7 Ways To Maximize Space In Your Home

Everyone loves a little space. Your home should be a space for you and your family to feel free and comfortable, not claustrophobic and cluttered. With 7 rooms homeowners utilize most often, we gathered 7 clever ways to maximize space in your home. It’s time to take your space back.

Kitchen

The heart of your home. Not only does your kitchen need to be functional, it also needs to be enjoyable to be in. In order to properly maximize the space in your kitchen, we focus on efforts of storage. Utilizing vertical storage shelving in your pantry and using drawer organizes for dry goods is a great start to freeing up space. Next, if your kitchen allows it, install an overhead pot and pan holder to free up prime storage space underneath your counters. Lastly, the dreaded tupperware nightmare. The easiest way to organize tupperware is to buy storage bins. It’s foolproof and requires minimal upkeep.

Bathrooms

Bathrooms often fall victim to terrible storage practices. The key to maximizing space in these rooms is to assess who uses each bathroom and for what. If the bathroom is shared, we recommend using a shoe organizer to hold makeup, combs, jewelry, small accessories, and beauty appliances. Open shelving and baskets underneath the sink are great complements to the effectiveness of your shoe organizer. If the bathroom isn’t used often, this may be a great place to store cleaning supplies, extra towels, shower curtain replacements, extra toiletries, etc.

Living Rooms

Is it just us or does the living room seem to become a disaster zone without even trying? As the main spot for entertainment and relaxing, keeping your living area organized can quickly become a full-time job. Maximize space in your home with multifunctional furniture. Storage ottomans, coffee tables with drawers or open shelving below, and shelves with bins are the key to opening up your living room and adding some order to unwanted chaos.

Bedrooms

Your refuge from the world. A place of rejuvenation and comfort. The key to maximizing your bedroom’s space lies, again, in storage. Investing in closet organizers frees up space for out of season clothing, shoes, accessories, and more. Remove large storage furniture, such as armoires and dressers. Using roll-under bed storage not only opens up your bedroom, but also allows for more natural light to shine.

Home Office

As we continue to see an increase in the number of people working from home, the need for home offices is becoming increasingly popular. These work spaces can quickly become cluttered and chaotic. The use of architecturally creative shelves and drawers bring order and pleasant aesthetics to your work space.

Garage

Most view the garage as a place to store junk or things they will likely never see again. I think it’s safe to say that most of us could use a good purge. Donate unwanted furniture, appliances, clothes, equipment, and more. We promise you won’t miss it. As for the things you do need, we recommend overhead ceiling racks. Storing luggage, recreation equipment, and seasonal items in these racks frees up much needed space for you vehicles and keeps them out of reach of children. Your garage doesn’t deserve to be a derelict abyss of junk.

Entryway

First impressions are everything. As your visitors’ initial point-of-contact, you entryway reflects greatly on the people’s impression of your home. The best way to utilize this space is to take full advantage of your entry’s largest wall space. Although a bench may seem like a waste of space, benches actually create an illusion of more space, and acts as a small storage space. To make the most of this space, install a shelf, or any decoration with hooks. This is not only a great spot to hang up coats and bags, it is also a great opportunity to showcase family mementos.

By eliminating the need to renovate your home, these 7 tricks to maximizing space in your home will likely increase the humbleness of your abode. We will give you your space now.

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