We’ve looked at some designs from IKEA Hackers in the past, but we think this room divider is particularly useful and elegant. The 22 year old builder said he could only afford to buy a studio with his girlfriend. In order.
While we love high end transforming furniture, we know a good deal of it falls way outside of our average reader’s furniture allowance for the year…or decade. Fear not. For those of us on more modest budgets, there are options–options.
These ten quick and cheap life hacks prove that simplifying life, saving space and de-cluttering is not sole domain downsizing your house, elaborate Italian furniture and hi tech apps. Sometimes all you need is some paperclips and lots of old.
This video from LifeHacker shows what one power-drill and a bit of imagination can do, turning your drill into a blender, beater, scrubber, pepper grinder and Parmesan shredder–all with very minimal modifications. We imagine there are other culinary uses for.
One of the bigger challenges to starting your edited life is reasonably priced transforming furniture. While we believe the high quality and versatile Resource Furniture used in the first LifeEdited apartment is worth every penny, many of their large pieces.