Bigger Is Better: 3 Top Tricks To Make Your Home Feel Larger

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We’ve all wished we could have a nine-bed mansion at one stage or another. In truth, though, all we really want is a little extra space to help our current properties feel happier and homely. What would you say if I told you it’s possible in just four easy steps?

 

There’s no need for taking out a £25,000 loan, and no need for taking on major work that will make your home feel uninviting for months before completion. Just four simple tricks to help your property provide your family with everything it deserves.

 

Let’s get started, shall we?

 

 

Bring Your Home To Life

 

First impressions are everything in this world, not least when it comes to your interactions with a room. So capitalising on any opportunity to help those living spaces acquire positive vibes is essential for all homeowners.

 

The impact of light cannot be emphasised enough, and encouraging natural light should be top of the agenda. If privacy is an issue, decorative solutions from expert window film designers allow light to shine while adding an extra spark to the room.

 

Moreover, a few coats of paint can provide a fresh atmosphere too. Just remember that lighter shades reflect those rays better. Cap it off with creative electric lighting, especially those with dimmer switches, and you cannot go wrong.

 

Use Space Efficiently

 

Take products out of the rooms, and you’re left with an empty canvas. And the way you build upon that canvas will make all the difference. Re-think the finer details of the layout, and you’ll claw back valuable metres.

 

Ditching your TV stands for a wall bracket can save space. Meanwhile, choosing extendable tables and other versatile furniture can work wonders too. Another great tip is to let plastic extrusion manufacturers find the best design for piping and other facilities. You’d be amazed at how much space you’re losing through poor and outdated layout, especially in small areas like the kitchen and bathroom.

 

Perhaps the easiest way to generate more space, though, is to stop holding onto items you don’t need. Whether you sell them or give them away, losing those items that are currently collecting dust will certainly aid your cause.

 

Make Better Use Of Outside Spaces

 

Your home isn’t just about what’s inside the four walls. Failing to utilise outside areas is one of the most common mistakes of the modern homeowner. Start rectifying this issue, and you’ll be amazed at how quickly your home gains a whole new dimension.

 

Building a deck can completely transform your home and doesn’t cost nearly as much as you’d think. Meanwhile, if you have a little extra money, creating a garden office can offer the same benefits of a loft conversion at a fraction of the cost. Best of all, the project itself doesn’t need to impact your enjoyment inside the home. Let’s face it; nobody enjoys living on a building site while the property is being renovated.

 

If you’re lucky enough to have a garage, then make sure you embrace this area too. Even if it becomes little more than a DIY space with a little storage thrown in, giving it purpose will generate more space in other parts of the home too. Those rewards won’t go unnoticed.

Beth Mahoney

Hi! I'm Beth Mahoney, a beauty and lifestyle blogger from Honiton in Devon.

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