I’ve played out my fair section of time in that tiny bathroom, bedroom, actually entire home . The leading(a) problem is generally the whole storehouse issue. Who has enough space for all their little knickknacks and things they’ve collected over the years with spacious closets, let alone a closet-less room? There just actually aren’t a lot of choices unless you get original. This also presents the problem of creating uncluttered spaces that give the illusion of a bigger area. Where do you store all those bathroom supplies that no one wants to see, nor do you have room on the counter for them? There are a couple of solutions to this problem that can help make the space look not only more roomy, but warm and inviting as well! Here are a few ideas :
-Stay away from dark, bold colors. Stick with the warm neutrals. You can add that extra color splash with other accent pieces.
-Floating shelves are a marvelous solution for hiding away those unsightly items and looking pretty cool too! Just make sure that you have your stuff organized in way that is clutter free and organized.
-Glass and other reflective surfaces (mirrors) do a great job of creating the illusion that spaces are larger. If you have a full bath with shower, glass doors can really help in creating a more spacious looking and feeling room.
-Get rid of the clutter. If you must throw things in something, invest in some fashionable baskets. You can use these on open shelving to make things look more organized than they really are. who couldn’t use a little more of that in their lifespan
These are only a few of the ideas out there for maximizing the space in your home, no matter how big or little. Maximize the opportunity to live in our homes at College Station Homes or Lakeway Homes!
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