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17 Small Space Hosting Hacks (From Tiny Home Dwellers Who Know Best)

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 17, 2017 01:05 AM
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by Dana McMahan last modified Dec 15, 2017

" We have plenty of room . Plenty of towels. Plenty of everything." The Griswold family home in "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" (otherwise known as the best Christmas movie ever) did have plenty of room—though that didn't stop mayhem from ensuing, because it wouldn't be a Chevy Chase movie without it. If you've got company headed your way for the holidays—whether unexpected family à la Cousin Eddie—or people you actually, you know, like, you're probably in full-on Get Stuff Ready mode right about now. And if you don't happen to have a sprawling home like the one every Christmas movie family seems to live in, do not worry. No matter how small or challenged your space, there are ways to make hosting holiday guests run more smoothly (sorry, no advice on the loopy relative front, though). I spent several years in a 900-square-foot bungalow along with two dogs and my partner, and my mom marveled at every visit at how tiiiiiiiny it was, so I feel your pain. Now I run an 800-square-foot attic apartment Airbnb so I'm constantly looking for great small space hosting hacks myself. Luckily, the eight experts (a.k.a. people who actually live in tiny apartments) we turned to for more advice gave us some of their best tips to share with you. READ MORE »






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