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Crinoid
I tried to find information about organization, storage and solutions for a small spaces.

Most of the found information was either generalizing around, offering expensive products and services, or describing not so small spaces, the size of our whole block (group of houses, divided by roads) and having additional feature like unused extra room, spare walk-in closet, garage, workshop, very high ceilings, attic and so on.

Narrowed to "tiny spaces". Still the tiny is not tiny enough Laughing
And I don't think that my place of living is small at all, even if it fall below their "tiny".

I'm stuck. Do you have any links to the information about organizing small spaces in inexpensive way (thrifty will be fairly close, but not mandatory, I could do better) and/or gardening in them (windowsill, porch, 3 sq m+, without square food gardening - it is too expensive and requires better lighting)? Herbs or orchids on window sill will be OK, together with deep in the room shade resistant plants.

One more limitation: the lifestyle is not only coming home to sleep, watch TV or entertain somebody and not a home office Rolling Eyes
brokenadvice
It seems you are looking for a "Studio Apartment". There are a bunch of tips online, here are just a few:

http://www.gomestic.com/Apartment-Living/Big-Living-in-a-Small-Apartment.40318
http://www.ehow.com/how_137527_organize-studio-small.html
http://ask.metafilter.com/19422/small-apartment-ideas

Generally having less junk, keeping your stuff organized. It also helps to have a futon or daybed to free up space.
snowynight
Sorry, but i don't understand your post at all.
Crinoid
snowynight wrote:
Sorry, but i don't understand your post at all.

Sorry that you don't understand, if it helps.
Doing my best.
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