Home space is a valuable commodity. Property prices in the city keep increasing and every square meter of your home matters, whether you live in a big house or a small flat. Fortunately, there are several things you can do in order to maximise your space, and still elevate the elegance and sophistication of your home, no matter how little space you have.
Some chairs double as a storage space, while some side tables can be used as a stool for guests. Opt for a coffee table that has some storage space underneath, so you can save on space, instead of having a number of bulky items in your living room or bedroom.
If you have some big items that you only use occasionally, such as gardening tools, or old items that you don’t want to part with, you can always store them in your loft or cellar, provided that your loft is prepped to bear your weight and of your things. De-clutter these spaces regularly so you don’t store items that are not important that are taking up precious space.
If your property allows it, build an extension tailored to your needs. Maybe extend your kitchen if you need more cooking space, or build a covered patio on your garden to put your dining table in, so you and your family can dine al fresco even if it is raining.
You may not have much space but you can always trick the mind into thinking you have a massive property. Properly placed large mirrors can create an illusion of a bigger space. Bigger and more open windows and glass doors open up a room by letting more natural light inside.
Try bespoke fitted wardrobes that will allow you to utilise the awkward spaces of the room where freestanding wardrobes normally would not fit. Customised wardrobes will make use of the whole space from the floor to the ceiling, which would even elevate the look of the room by matching it to the design of the room. Furthermore, fitted wardrobes increases the value of your property.
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