When you live in a small space, you have two options: you can buy appropriate furniture and accents  or you can DIY  them. If you're looking to save some cash or take on a project, go the DIY route with these five ideas. You definitely won't be disappointed!
If you don't have a closet (a likely studio scenario) or just need more space to hang your clothes, this DIY rolling rack idea  is convenient and stylish. Show off your best clothes and move it around as you see fit.
Source: Smitten Studio 
When you live in tight quarters, always look out for multipurpose furniture. A simple tray is a great example: it can be used as a side table, nightstand, or in this case, bar cart. And making one yourself  is way easier than you'd think!
Source: Lily Shop 
Speaking of furniture that has more than one purpose, this dresker — aka dresser-desk hybrid  — is genius! Don't be afraid to DIY  it.
Source: Dana Miller for House*Tweaking 
Because they're incredibly versatile, poufs are essential in small spaces. They let you kick up your heels, serve as a coffee table, or offer extra seating. But they're usually so expensive! Not the case with this ottoman DIY  that uses fabric and an Ikea  cube . . . and costs only $40.
Source: Kristi Murphy 
We couldn't believe the styling of this studio  when we first saw it. The focal point is definitely the daybed, which doubles as a sofa. The frame was made by stacking industrial wooden shipping pallets — a cute and clever way to store shoes!
Photo by Chellise Michael  via Homepolish