Many a times people have to many furniture at their homes, for a small house to have to many furniture consumes a lot of space, thus making your house feel clustered and small. There are many ways you can save space in your house, this will make your house feel more spacious and comfortable. Here we have brilliant tips to save space in your house, try these amazing tips out and see the result for yourself! Read the article to know more……
1. Make every possible space useful!
It is not necessary that you use every open space, try and use sape in your already existing furniture to save open space, just like this shoe storage unit under your stairs!
2. You don’t have to dry your clothes outside every-time!
Try and use this amazing furniture unit where you can hang your clothes to dry off after washing, it will save space and also give a luxurious touch to your house!
3. Take-A-Book box
IF you have too many books at home and there no place left to store them then instead of buying a new book shelf, you can make this amazing take-a-book shelf outside your house.
4. How to create a sense of space!
Research says adding mirrors to your house creates a sense of space, so if you have a small dining room, add mirrors around it which will give you a sense of a bigger space! For more interesting DIY tips to save space, read on next page….
5. Vertical gardening
Instead of adding pots on the floor in yoour house, which consumes space, start with vertical gardening which will save a lot of space on the floor.
6. A pull out chopping board
Instead of have a separate space for a cutting board in kitchen, have a pull out cutting board that will save a lot of space. For more interesting DIY tips to save space, read on next page….
7. Hide those cluttered wires!
We all know how shabby those clustered wires look in you house, it’s time to hide them away. Here is an idea how you can do that.
8. Always go for a box bed!
The best way to keep your bedroom organized and spacious is to always have a box bed, where you can store your things away.