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How to make the most of small spaces?

It can be difficult to feel you’ve got a beautiful interior space when it’s particularly small and cramped. But this can be fxed.
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It can be difficult to feel like you’ve got a beautiful interior space when it’s particularly small and packed to the brim with bits and pieces that make it feel even more cramped. We’ve got some tricks that will make your small space feel more spacious.

SEVEN SPACE-SAVING TIPS FOR YOUR SPACE

CHOOSE FURNITURE PIECES THAT ARE MULTI-FUNCTIONAL

A table that can function as a desk or dining room table, daybeds or couches that fold out into guest beds, or seats with hidden storage space underneath them. Invest in a few storage boxes and slide them under the seats to hide away your important documents or sentimental items..

USE YOUR WALL SPACE FOR HANGING ALMOST ANYTHING

Put up sturdy hooks and hang things like sports equipment, helmets, and even your bike on the wall. This way, these items are not taking up floor space and won’t make your space look crowded.

USE BASKETS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE

You can add them to shelves as a clever and visually appealing way to hide those random things you don’t know what to do with.

ADD SHELVES TO THE BACK OF YOUR CABINETS

This creates even more storage space and makes all the items easier to reach and access.

USE HANGING SHOE HOLDERS FOR VARIOUS THINGS

These aren’t just for shoes, they can pretty much hold anything small. Roll up your socks and underwear and store them inside, or use them for your toiletries. This way, you have extra space in your clothing or bathroom cupboard, and you won’t find yourself digging at the back of the cupboard for your lucky socks or deodorant.

DISH RACKS CAN WORK TOO

An old dish rack can hold your mail, files, and other loose papers in your office, rather than them taking up precious desk space.

PUT ALL YOUR SMALL ITEMS INTO MASON JARS

They take up less space than standard Tupperware and are stylish. They can even be suspended under cabinets for added space saving.  In your kitchen, fill them with seeds, popcorn kernels, and nuts and in your bathroom, fill them with ear buds, cotton wool, and plasters.

Whether it’s one small room or your entire apartment, use these tricks to create more space for yourself. Pop in to Household Plastics to pick up all the necessities to put you on the path to spacious success.

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