Genius Space-Saving Tactics For Any Family Home

Genius Space-Saving Tactics For Any Family Home

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If you have a large family – or a small home – you might often find yourself wondering how you can possibly make enough room for everyone. The truth is that trying to create space in the home can be surprisingly tricky, and it often means that you end up feeling cramped when you should be able to feel as comfortable as possible in your own home. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can save space in the home, as long as you know where to begin. In this post, we are going to take a look at some of the truly genius space-saving ideas which any family can use in their home. Take a look at these and see if any are suitable for your space.

Going Vertical

One of the simplest changes you can make which will make the biggest difference is to make more use of the Y axis in your home. If you are not yet thinking vertically, you might want to do so, as it can really make a huge difference to how much space you are able to free up throughout every room of your home. It’s actually quite simple to make the most of this kind of space. In the kitchen, you might choose to have a planter from your ceiling for some of your herbs, or to rack up your utensils on a wall caddy. Similarly, many storage solutions in the bedrooms make use of vertical space in this way. Doing this will make a surprising difference to how much more spacious your home looks and feels, so it’s worth looking into.

Doorless Storage

Who says that everything needs to be hidden away behind doors? If you think about the amount of space that a wardrobe takes up with its doors and walls, then you will appreciate the simple beauty in just doing away with the wardrobe itself and using doorless storage. Just having a clothes rack out in the open is a perfectly acceptable way to store clothes, and the room will feel much bigger as a result. You will also be able to wheel it around, meaning that re-arranging the room when you most need to is no problem at all. This is a pure stroke of genius which can radically alter the way you experience any room in the house.

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Open Floor

If your home is not open floor, you could find great benefits in making it so. Of course, you will want to make sure that you have the budget and the time to be making such changes to your home. But as long as you do, you might be surprised at what a difference it can make having some kind of open floor plan throughout the home. This is generally much more beneficial as a way of living than other designs, and there is a very good reason that it has become quite so popular in recent years. Just bear in mind that you will need to spend some time designing it well if you want it to really achieve the goal you are going for – namely, of saving as much space as you can.

The Bath

If you have an old-style bath, you might feel that it is doing little more than taking up space unnecessarily. This can be frustrating, especially as the bathroom is more often than not the most crowded room in the home. Fortunately, there is plenty you can do to bring a bit more space to the room, and it involves getting rid of the bath. Replacing it with a walk-in shower from could make a world of difference to how much space is in your bathroom. That, in turn, can mean that you find yourself enjoying the bathroom all the more – something that is likely to be hugely important for the majority of people.

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Behind The Painting

If you have a lot of paintings and photographs up around the home, you could actually be using those as a further means of storage. Having a hole in the wall behind these paintings can be a surprising and fun way to create more storage, and it’s great for any valuables too, as most people would never suspect such a hiding place. Just make sure that you don’t choose any load-bearing walls, or that the holes are too big to be safe. Get it right, however, and you have literally just carved more space into your home. This can be useful for especially small homes who are struggling to make some of the other ideas work well.

Tricking The Eye

Often, it is just as beneficial to feel as though there is more space, rather than to actually have it. If you just want to be able to feel that your home is more spacious than it is, then it is often enough to trick the eye into thinking that that is what’s going on. If you are content with doing that, you might want to think about what you can do to produce the illusion of extra space in your home. This will depend greatly on the home in question, so it’s the kind of thing that you will just need to work out for yourself. But get it right, and you might feel as though you genuinely have a lot more space than you ever did before. For a lot of people, this alone is more than enough.

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Multi-Use Furniture

Finally, one more practical tips for you to begin using today. If you go out of your way to find multi-use furniture, you will be able to create a lot more storage space in your home without having to do anything else. A good example is a bed which opens up to reveal storage space underneath it. With these kinds of solutions throughout the home, you might be amazed at the kind of space you can really save, so it’s worth looking into what multi-use furniture you could make use of in your home.

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