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Thanks to all the DIY shows and Tiny House Nation, more and more people are considering getting a small-spaced home and just redecorating to suit their taste. Some opt to do this because of how chic it is. While some have practical reasons involved in making such a purchase.
Now, if you fit the latter description, then below are some cost-effective tips on how you can maximize the small space of your home.
1. The Space Under The Stairs
One area in your home that doesn't get used too often is that space under the stairs. From a reading nook to a library, to cabinets and even your own home office. There are several ways that you can make use of that extra floor space. So go ahead and think about what you need most and start getting creative.
2. Shelve Up
Speaking of cabinets, one other thing that you'll surely need, and would also make a good investment, are shelves. Instead of having all your stuff everywhere and all cluttered up, make use of that extra space, have a shelf installed, and organize your things there. Not only will it help maximize the space in your home but it will also help give it a more organized look.
3. Buy Smart
If you keep buying unnecessary furniture, then you'll never be able to have that legroom that you're looking for. So before going on a compulsive-buying spree, it's best to think about what things you really need first. This way you can avoid having things that you barely use lying around and using up space that could be used for more important things. At the same time, it's another means of keeping your savings untouched for more essential purchases.
4. Out With The Old, In With The New
When the time comes that you'll really need to purchase something new, consider taking a look around to see if there's anything that you don't need anymore that you can dispose of. There are several auction sites now that allow you to sell used furniture. This will not only help you to have more space in your home, but it'll also help generate a little income on the side.
Just because you have a small-spaced home doesn't mean that you have to live all cramped up. There are now several DIY tips and tricks that'll help you in redecorating your home, and it doesn't always have to be expensive. So go ahead, let your imagination run wild, customize your home, and maximize that space.
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