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As the world’s population increase, people become crowded resulting to building houses with very small rooms. It is just unfortunate that the world’s space cannot be expanded as well. This makes utilizing the available space the only option for us. However, most people still complain about the minute space in their rooms that cannot hold all their assets. If you ever thought that it is impossible to make this space enough, you should start changing your mind because below is a solution for you!
1. Demarcate Your Room
One common thing that makes a room look crowded is the disorganization in that room. If you could think about the daily activities and how frequent they are, ordering your house would be very simple. The most common activities are sleeping, eating and working. Divide your room according to these specific activities and you will never complain about space. You create more space by not placing things all over the place. Your activities become more specific such that you will never seek more room for an activity.
2. Select Multi-purpose Items
Most people crowed their rooms with extra unnecessary items. For instance, you can buy a table that can serve as a desk and at the same time as a dining table. Buy sofas that can be used as guest beds in the evening. Folding tables and chairs in the house are also appropriate. In addition, the wireless technology makes positioning of speakers and lighting efficient. Generally, buy flexible assets that can help you transform your room easily to host different events.
3. Maximize the use of the Decorative Items
Most people buy the decorative items to only serve one specific purpose. However, it takes only a little brilliance to consider buying decorations that give you an extra benefit. Decorative mugs that can hold the smaller items such as jewellery and other items of the same size can help reduce the required space to store items.
4. Use less Big Furniture
Having less large furniture that can serve great purpose is better than having a larger number of small specified furniture. This will help you reduces the amount of things that lie carelessly on the floor. Above all, big furniture gives you an impression that you have a large space in the room since it can hold more things that would otherwise be spread all over the place. This may be contrary to the literal thinking but it sure works.
5. Utilize the Upper Part of your Room
Most people with none-open minds always consider the ground space the only available space in their rooms. However, there is a lot of space in the walls and the ceiling of a place. Hang the possible items on the hooks on your wall and the ceiling. Ensure that the items hanged do not alter the neatness of the room. You can either make this technique an extra problem or a solution depending on how you will hang. Hang the items such that it brings out a decorative look.
6. Shelve your Room
As mentioned earlier, the upper part of a house makes a better storage than the ground. Therefore, apart from only hanging, shelves also can play a major role. Create bigger shelves in your house that can be closed to promote neatness as well as store most of the items. This will create more space in the floor for other purpose. You should also think about how you will access the shelves while creating to avoid cases where you damage your items by falling.
7. Create Storage under Beds
The most common beds are those that have a few drawers or none at all. Did you know that those drawers aren’t just for the design? It is a brilliant way of maximizing the available space. Make your under-bed full of well organised easy to slide drawers that not only add to the beautiful appearance of your bed but also save on space. It may make bed look like a small cupboard with a mattress on top but still serves the main purpose well.
8. Utilize the stair case
Most people often leave the under-stairs unused since most can’t fit large furniture. You can create drawers or cabinets under stairs. This will help store some items giving more room to place the necessary items. Some under-stairs are longer enough to fit a dining table. Design your stairs to serve as much purpose as possible. Do not only use it as a ladder to the upstairs room.
9. Enhance lighting in your room
Whenever a room is dark and full of items, the feeling of stuffiness and being squeezed is more pronounced. Some people often light their rooms oblivious of all the benefits. The most obvious benefit is enhancing visibility. This technique does not directly increase the storage space but gives the eye an impression that it is large despite the many items that are stored in it.
It is always normal for a room to grow smaller with time due to growth of the family and increase of assets. However, that should never be a reason for you to complain about space. The above mentioned tricks are great ways of utilizing a smaller space. The best thing is to apply this tricks right from when you built to when you acquire various assets.