Mess can affect a person’s wellbeing; it can make then ‘go crazy’ amongst other things. Individuals like their mess to be tidied away – out of sight, out of mind and most home owners want storage cupboards for everything from the recycling to the hoover, but many homes weren’t built that away. However, anything is possible with fitted furniture, so try our smart storage solution tips!
The decision to invest in fitted furniture can seem like a big one. Many think that they will lose precious room while others struggle to differentiate between a regular wardrobe and a fitted alternative.
It is important to remember that fitted furniture can be designed to meet the needs, requirements and space of the customer. No matter how small the space, fitted furniture does what it says and fits into any gap whether it houses bins, bags or coats. Looking to store something bigger? No problem. The bigger the space the more that can be adapted with custom designed pieces offering a multitude of dual purpose options.
Reinvent old items
If you have lots of items that don’t get regular use taking up space in cupboards and on surfaces, it can be tempting to junk them or donate them just to declutter. If there is an emotional attachment, there is another way which can remove the stress of surplus clutter without the pain of giving away something meaningful or expensive. Breathe new life into old objects by finding an unconventional use for them – you’d be surprised at what they can do.
Sometimes the smaller spaces around a property that are not used to their full potential can really affect a home owner. Such areas tend to be crammed full and piled high which often leads to the area being neglected.
Set yourself the challenge of thinking outside the box to develop unused or neglected small spaces. Not only will this help tidy away some of the accumulated clutter, it can also reduce the stress, anxiety and guilt that accompanies each glance at the heaving pile of stuff formerly occupying the space.
After all; a tidy home = tidy mind.
Small ideas, big savings
Saving space does not always have to cost tonnes of money. Sometimes the simplest of DIY ideas can save more than just living space.
Some of the most basic household items, if used in unconventional ways can save space, money and effort. Using such methods also gives home owners unique pieces that aren’t available in store.
Re invent your home using some of the items that you have been trying to hide so desperately.
The kitchen area is often the one place in the home that finds itself with the most clutter. Sometimes there is just too much to fit into one small space. There are pots and pans, appliances and food storage to name just a few.
Sometimes all it takes is a reorganization of cupboards or the introduction of a few savvy custom furniture pieces created to fit the space.