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How to Create More Space in Your Home

by Naveen Agarwal
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Your home is your haven, and filling it up with the things that you love is how you make it a cozy and comfortable living environment for you to enjoy. However, over time you might start to notice that you’re running out of space, and for those who can’t afford to move to a larger home or don’t want to move, finding ways to resolve this issue to help keep your home tidy and clean is essential. If you have found that your house is feeling cramped these days, here are some tips to help you create more space.

Declutter

The first place to start is by doing a good old-fashioned spring clean, the most important thing being getting rid of all the clutter that has built up over the years. It’s easy to collect random items that you have no use for, and often they take up space in your storage units or spill out into other areas of your home. It can be a daunting task at times, but once you complete your decluttering process, you’ll see how much more room there is to enjoy in your home. You could also make some extra cash by selling your unwanted items or doing a good deed and donating them to charity.

Lease a Storage Unit

If you have some belongings that are too big to fit into your home comfortably, but you don’t want to get rid of them, you could always look into leasing a storage unit nearby to put them in. This is a great solution for those who have sentimental items or want to save furniture for when they move into a bigger home in the future. You can find storage units in your local area by using websites like StorageArea and then compare prices to find one that suits your needs and budget.

Renovations

If you don’t want to move to a larger property but have the budget to make some improvements to your current one, then getting an extension or knocking down a diving wall into a room could be a great way to make your home feel more comfortable spacious. It’s not uncommon to find homes with a ‘box room’ and you might find it is more beneficial to create one large room rather than two smaller ones. Adding extra windows to allow more natural light in can help create a better sense of space. If you are going to move forward with an extension, make sure that you have all the correct planning permission to do this before you break ground on this project. You could also look at converting the attic or basement into a habitable space if an extension isn’t possible or out of your price range.

It’s always better to feel as though you can relax in a tidy, comfortable space at home. While you don’t need a big house for this to be possible, if you are feeling a little bit cramped in your current living environment, consider these tips to help you create more space to enjoy.

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