Explicates ideas on interior design
Making use of your vertical space is also key when it comes to maximising space in your home. One way is to elevate your bed, turning the space below into a study or a seating area - giving you dual usage for the same space. You can also utilise your wall space to install more full-length cabinets into your home to create extra room for storage for all your essentials. Items can be easily stored away to keep your home looking neat and tidy. Another tip to break the dull repetition of having rows and rows of cupboard doors is to introduce open shelving - this allows you to showcase your small houseplants, travel souvenirs or family pictures.
Use shelves as dividers
Consider installing a double-sided, built-in shelving unit instead of building a new wall. Not only does it act as a wall, separating rooms from one another - it also provides more space to store and showcase your favourite items.
Get some mirrors
When placed in the right places, mirrors can be used to help reflect light and brighten up the interiors of your home, which gives the illusion of a bigger space. Get some full-length mirrors in your room, preferably opposite your window, to help spread more light throughout the room.
Murphy beds, also known as a wall-bed or pull-down bed, are a type of bed that is put away vertically against a wall when not in use. If you have limited space at home, a murphy bed can help you to free up space during the day for other activities such as yoga or calisthenic exercises. Murphy beds also have the capability to be multifunctional, with additional storage shelves on each side of the bed, a storage unit and the ability to be converted into a sofa - giving you more value for your dollar with its additional functionality benefits.
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