I swear that I once saw a shelf that fits inside a narrow window, tension-rod style. We have a long, narrow window in our kitchen and easily filled the sill with two plants. I want to put a tray of light weight seedlings in on such a shelf, if it exists outside of my imagination.
Also in this same window, we have metal blinds...in general, are these easy to take down? We're in an apartment so we're very limited on what we can alter but I'd love to get these blinds down and put up those transparent patterned sheets on the glass for light to get through and also to have privacy (we're on the ground floor).
Is there anything I can do with our broom and mop? We don't have a kitchen closet and the fridge is squished so close to the wall that they can't be slipped there. I don't know if I'm stuck keeping them there or if I'm not being creative enough in finding a stash spot. I hate how they're in the way. I'm also thinking about trading in our trash can for a smaller one that will fit under the sink.
Here's the area of the kitchen in question...well, that's the whole kitchen actually. It is pretty small. I took this photo the day we moved in which is why it is so bare.
I think there's a tiny house thread around here that I need to find again...our place isn't tiny (800 sq feet) but it isn't big either! Trying to make the most of it and have an aesthetically pleasing look...