When dealing with a compact space, finding ways to hide your stuff is of utmost importance. While open-concept shelving has really taken off lately, Mark Langen shows how creative hidden storage can allow for clean lines while still keeping the space visually open.
This apartment hides a shower behind a wall, spices and jars in the backsplash, and a mini bar in the most unpredictable spot. Oh, and there’s even office space in the super-neat table! Let us know what you think.
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Spices Hidden in the Backsplash & Other Seamless Storage
I love how he elongated the table to create a visual separation
The bedroom with an ensuite bathroom.
The closets have flat fronts, and a sliding door separates the space.
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