As a renter, I don't have cause to implement any of these ideas, but they're all in my Someday file. Which are your favorite?
1 Use a ladder as a pot rack. Image via paigenykole.wordpress.com
2 Save counter space and keep paper towels accessible with an under-counter caddy. Image via Southern Living
3 In a neutral, traditional kitchen, add interest and storage space with fanciful brackets. Image via Daisy Pink Cupcake
4 Nestling benches up against a island can save room in an eat-in kitchen. Photo by Susan Gilmore for Elle Decor
5 Instead of a built-in towel rack, use a ladder with dowels for rungs, which you can secure to the wall or floor, as suggested by marthastewart.com
6 Don't have wall space for a mirror? Suspend one from ropes! Image via Delight By Design
7 A mirror is also a decorative and functional window cover, if you're looking for privacy. Bathroom by J. Randall Powers, photo by Luca Trovato for House Beautiful
8 Chinese garden stools are versatile and space-saving additions to a bathroom. Put felt on the bottom and use it as a seat or table. Photo by Ngoc Minh Ngo for House Beautiful.
Images as linked above.