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A while back we already showed you a bunch of cool space saving solutions to use the small spaces in the kitchen. If you live into a small house or a duplex, maybe you have experienced the fact that there are some spaces in our homes that are wasted and not used. One of these areas is under the stairs. It may be a tiny space, but there is so much that you can pack into that small area. To be a bit more specific, we gathered 10 ways to utilize these spaces that can make a huge difference in your kitchen layout.