Ad. Having lost space in your home can be so frustrating. I often look at areas of my own house and wish it had a different design. But fear not, there are many ways to reclaim space in your home.
One way is to use decoration ideas that will trick your brain into thinking there is more space than there actually is. Another way to reclaim space in your home is by using decoration tricks. These tricks can help you use the space you already have and make it feel like there is more of it. The third way to reclaim lost space in your home is by using decoration solutions like getting a fitted home office. These solutions can help you create a functional, beautiful, and comfortable living environment with the least amount of furniture possible.
So let’s look at how we can create more space in our homes.
1. Create a floor plan. The first step in maximizing your home space is to create a floor plan. This will help you determine the needs of your space and also how you can utilise it best. Having a visual of how things will fit in your home is so important and can help you see the potential you have to unlock your space.
It also means you can create multiple designs and see what will fit during planning before moving on to the next step.
2. Maximise your vertical space. One way to maximise your home space is by taking advantage of the vertical space with shelves and storage units that are available in most houses today, especially if you live in a small home or apartment where there isn’t much horizontal space to work with. There’s space on top of kitchen and bathroom cabinets that’s often wasted and can be turned into large cupboards. As well as looking really impressive, these can be so functional for storing things. Multiliving can help with this.
3. Go for multipurpose. Use furniture pieces that can serve multiple purposes such as sofas that double as beds and a desk that folds up for easy storage when not in use. Here are some ideas:
- sofa bed for a guest bed
- pull down the table for a desk which folds away
- stair storage
- office in a cupboard that can be closed away
- extendable dining table
- a cabin bed with a sofa/desk/storage underneath
- under bed storage
4. Spend on quality. Look for furniture pieces made from durable materials so they can last over time. Spend more on quality pieces that you love, than cheap pieces that won’t last long.
5. Use all your space. Make use of every corner of your room with furniture that folds or stacks easily for storage purposes, such as ottomans, folding tables, and folding chairs.
You can get some inspiration from here: https://urbanwardrobes.co.uk/services/fitted-bedrooms
Great tips! Making use of the vertical space is a cool idea.
These are great suggestions! Going for multipurpose furniture pieces is always a good idea and utilizing vertical space is great too when you have a small space.