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1: Stair Draws
If you have a double story home, you will know about that awkward space underneath the stairs. How about utilising the space into a place for storage? Add some draws or even create it into a cupboard.
2: Coffee Tables
When purchasing a coffee table, try and choose one that has draws underneath the table itself. This is handy for remote controls to hide away in and also magazines!
Who says you can’t utilise the corner spaces in your home!? Look into corner book cases, which not only look great, but are super handy and save heaps of space. Corner shelves are also handy little space savers, that also look great too!
4: Use Height
Use the height in your home by adding in a second row of upper cupboards. Glass doors to the upper cupboards create a perfect spot for that beautiful glass wear you have had hiding away at the back of your cupboards.
5: Bedside Tables
A lot of the time, a bed side table is wanted just to put your alarm clock on, phone, a glass of water and a small bedside lamp, I don’t know many who actually use the storage in the bed side tables as they tend to be very small. Instead of an actual table, why not create a bedside shelf. Big enough for your bedtime essentials to live and small enough to not take up too much space.
6: Lofted Beds
Ever thought of getting a loft bed for the kids room? Lofted beds are a fun and great space saver. You can even put a desk underneath for the kids to do their homework on!
7: Under the Bed Storage
Use the space under your bed by creating under the bed draws, a perfect spot for extra storage!
8: Make a Small Space Look BIG!
There are certain tricks you can use to give your room the perception of being much bigger than it actually is! Windows and a bright room give the effect of a larger room, just be sure that nothing is blocking your windows. Use bright tones in your home, as darker colours tend to make the room look smaller. Also keep clutter to a minimum, there is no denying that when your crowd your home with lots of smaller things, it suffocates rooms into looking smaller than they are.