Trying to dry clothes in a small apartment is a lot tougher than some people might think. And trying to find a place for a huge bulky drying in a tiny room is not the only problem.
Buying gifts for small apartment dwellers might seem easy but it actually requires some nuance. You don’t want to gift them something that will just end up taking up already precious free space.
Some people might find this topic irrelevant since they consider a bathroom an insignificant room in the house. But don’t just get settled for an 80’s style bathroom with a dingy shower curtain or a completely bare shower space.
This week we’ve got incredible space-saving furniture, sus alarm clocks, fancy cat trees, and more. Plus, a few gourmet pastimes you can enjoy at home, too.
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Space-saving pieces of furniture are true lifesavers in small apartments. Unfortunately, often enough space-saving products and multifunctional furniture remain only in concept stages never seeing the light of day.
Come on in, come on in! We’ve got shark hairdryers, waffles, and convertible furniture. This week has, indeed, been bountiful. not handling quarantine well So grab a bowl of soup and let’s start scrolling!
We’ve got an interesting mix of finds today. There’s an amphibious trailer, NASA-inspired technology, indoor gardens, and coffee. So grab a cuppa, sit down, relax, and let’s get scrolling.