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  • Writer's pictureJonathan Nazginov

Space Saving Solutions & Murphy Beds

At some point in their time living at home, every homeowner starts to feel like they’re getting a little bit packed in with their belongings. If you’re the type to frequently buy things for the house, or have a lot of people living with you, it’s only logical that you’re going to start to feel like you don’t have enough space anymore.

If you aren’t properly utilizing the space that you have, then that can be even harder for you to deal with. Luckily, there are many different solutions that you can put in place to help you overcome this! Your house can start to feel like your own space again, and you’ll have the room the breathe!

Starting to feel cramped?

Whether you live alone, with family, or rent out some of your space to someone else, your space might soon find itself invaded by yours or someone else’s belongings, and that can take away from the comfort of the place. If you’re having trouble moving without bumping into things, or don’t have the space to do things that you would like to, you’re most definitely going to start to feel like the place is cramped.

It’s important that you don’t just accept that, and instead look for solutions to return your own space to you. Just think of how much more comfortable your home life could be if you didn’t have to constantly worry about tripping or bumping into something!

Reorganizing the place

The easiest solution that you should consider attempting first is giving the place a good tidy-up. If it’s starting to feel cramped, then it’s time you tried to fix it with what you already have. Put things somewhere else, see where things could fit better, and consider allocating certain areas to house a lot of your belongings.

If you’re not using it all of the time, you don’t need to have it out and taking up all of the space that could be used somewhere else! You might find that all you need for the moment is a good neaten up. Even if it’s not a total solution to the problem, it will certainly help.

Consider throwing out what you don’t want anymore

Sometimes a lot of the problems with your home being too full is the habit of holding onto things that you don’t need or use anymore. If it doesn’t have sentimental value, and you have no reason to keep it, you should consider finding a new home for it.

You don’t necessarily have to throw it out, but giving it to someone else, or selling it online can be a great alternative. Refusing to let go of your belongings is always going to lead to your house feeling full, and that’s problematic for when you need the space.

Try alternative storage solutions

When it comes to finding new ways to store your things, you have a lot of options. You have to think outside of the box if you’re going to make it work, but it can be a great help, while also making your home look a little more homely! Of course, you might have to invest in new furniture, but if it’s an overall net gain in terms of space, it’s a win all around!

Murphy Beds

If you find that a lot of your space has been taken up by your belongings, you might consider investing in furniture that packs away easily! When you invest in Murphy Beds, you could be getting a bed that can also double as a cabinet.

You can simply pack and unpack it whenever you need it, or you want to use the space that the bed is taking up. It’s a better alternative to throwing out what you have, and they’re not intrusive when it comes to your furnishings. There are many styles to choose from, so you’ll have no trouble finding one that fits right in!

Shelves and racks

If you’re out of places to put your things and your floor space is being taken up unnecessarily, you might consider investing iStartingn some racks and shelves around the place. They’re a simple storage method, but they’re effective! Having a pan rack on your wall can open up a whole cupboard for storing new things.

Installing a shelf to keep a lot of your decorations in can free up even more space. Even if they’re simple and cheap solutions, they can help to free up a lot of that much-needed space all around the house.

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