A tall cabinet in a 516-square-foot Bratislava flat creates excellent kitchen storage but also doubles as a room divider.
Rosa and Robert Garneau make the most of their 650-square-foot New York apartment with a hydraulic Murphy bed that can be concealed when not in use.
A fold-down table gives the resident of this 400-square-foot apartment in Manhattan much-needed counter space. A mirror behind the kitchen sink also adds a feeling of space.
In this shape-shifting, 1,000-square-foot Warsaw dwelling, caster wheels allow the shelves to be stored under the kitchen island or rolled elsewhere to create a library anywhere in the apartment.
A large sliding door opens up this 675-square-foot Brooklyn apartment, but also can close off the master bedroom when privacy is desired.
If a small space is blessed with tall ceilings, as with this 678-square-foot London apartment, a clever alcove can create stroage space.
In a 495-square-foot Stockholm studio, built-in closets are deep and have mirrors on one side. Spotlights set flush overhead provide light and also allow the maximum amount of storage, all the way to the ceiling.