A quick guide to getting the maximum use out of the minimum space

Many people believe that having a clean house will help you keep your life stress-free, and that it will help you focus whenever you need to get some work done at home. This might seem like a difficult task to achieve when you have little space available, but the opposite is true. Here are five quick tips to get the maximum use out of the minimum space.

1. Decide what you want to use your space for

   

The first thing you’ll want to do when reorganizing a smaller space is to assign a function to the room, then think and get a hold of the basic furniture you need in order to make the room work. If you want it to be a place for studying, then the focal point of your room should be a desk. If you want to turn it into a bedroom, then you might want to focus on your bed and drawers. If you want to use the room as a home studio or other hobbies that might create noise, it’s important to take external factors such as isolation into account! Think of flatmates and neighbours.

2. Assign fixed positions and use your room wisely

The key to maximizing a minimum space is to make sure everything is in its place, as smaller rooms get cluttered much easier than bigger ones. In order to prevent the space from getting messy, assign fixed positions to all the objects in your room such as furniture, but also when it comes to objects like magazines, candles, keys and your wallet which are items you usually put anywhere in your house. Don’t slack on this and keep your space clean at all times – it will help you keep an overview and it will also make the space look bigger.

3. Hide items from your sight

Another quick tip to make your apartment look bigger is not only assigning fixed places to your items, but also hiding as much as you can from the eye. The less you see when entering the room, the bigger the room will look. Invest in a nice closet or two!

4. Decrease your amount of belongings

Try and decrease the amount of your belongings, and only keep what you really love and need. It’s easier to simply get rid of the objects you never use than to try and hide them in your minimal space. A site that is quick and easy to use for selling old records, movies, games and more is Music Magpie.

5. Mix and match brighter colors

The right lightning and the use of bright colors will trick the mind into thinking the room looks bigger than it really is, so when redecorating your room, work with white and cream colors. Natural lighting will help open up the space too!

 

About Rekha Lakshmi

I am a vivid learner in Interior design field. I admire and quickly share my views on various wall arts designs available on the internet and magazines.

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