How To Maximize The Space In Your Home #CP

No matter the size of your home, you probably want it to be bigger. There are many features and tips that can transform your home but not maximize its space. With the right knowledge and solutions, you can maximize the space in your home and make more space for freedom or other features. If you want to maximize your living space, here’s how.

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Storage solutions

Adding storage solutions to your home will help free up space and even make room for more features.

Simple solutions include tall cupboards and under furniture storage. A tall corner cupboard is a great way to use up free space and maximize its potential. You can add these to any room in the house to store anything you want for easy access.

With under furniture storage, you can store goods that you don’t use often. For example, you can add an ottoman bed to the bedroom and store occasion clothes, bedding, or anything you want.

Hang things on the wall

Instead of taking up cupboard and cabinet space with electronics, artwork, and decor, you can hang them on the wall and maximize the surface space.

For instance, you could hang your television to the wall and free up the cabinet space or even take it away. You will end up with more surface or floor space.


Hanging up artwork is always a great idea for maximizing space. As opposed to propping it up on the floor or cupboards, hanging it on the wall will ensure you get to keep and display the pieces. Yet, you will end up with more space.


Decluttering your home is a simple way of freeing up space. You may have cupboards full of stuff that you no longer use.

Whatever you find that doesn’t add value or purpose to your life, you should get rid of it. Start with one cupboard or room at a time and slowly start to declutter. Sometimes you have to be brutal with your decisions to get rid of maximum unwanted or unused stuff.

Open plan design

If you can’t build an extra room in the house, then an open-plan design will be the best option. An open-plan design means eliminating walls. Whereas adding rooms adds walls, which takes up more. An open-plan design makes the living plan appear and feel bigger.

You can enjoy multi-purpose rooms, which will enhance the space. Multi-purpose rooms simply mean using one room for multiple things. For instance, you could have a spare bedroom that you use for storage and an office. But, you could add a sofa bed, which means that you can use it as a bedroom when guests stay over.

Convert your attic

A great way to add a new room but not add more walls is by converting your attic. You may neglect your attic space completely. Some use it for storage. Either way, you can convert it into another bedroom or living space, which will maximize your home.

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