With some of the latest designs for apartments showing a trend toward smaller spaces (uh, did you see the 350-square-foot vision for New York City's new "microstudio"?), how on earth are we supposed to fit anything in our homes? If you're planning to give San Francisco's "micro-apartment" -- measuring a claustrophobic 160 square feet -- a shot, that's probably the first thing on your mind. Well, we're glad you asked.
There are tons of cool ideas for design elements that also save space. A recent segment on "The Rachael Ray Show" explored some of the nifty things you can do. We were totally surprised by them, and we're dying to tell you! But before we spill the beans, watch the video above to get awesome ideas for DIY projects that save space in small spaces.
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