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Maximising Space in a Small Apartment

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If you are curious to see how you could increase the amount of space that you have in your small apartment, then this is the guide for you. Here you will learn that bigger isn’t always better and that it is more than possible for you to make your small apartment feel like home, and not a cluttered space.

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Declutter

Speaking of clutter, the first thing that you need to do is get rid of a few things. Don’t try and go too overboard here, instead, go through the usual steps of throwing away, donating and putting items into storage. The less you have lying around, the easier it will be to find storage for the items you do have. One pro tip would be for you to follow the six-month rule. If you haven’t used an item in the last 6 months, you probably don’t need it.

Get Organised

If you know that everything has a place, then you won’t have to worry about things overflowing. If you don’t have things overflowing, then this means that you won’t have to worry about clutter invading your space and making a real mess. Use dividers, bins, shelving and more, to help keep your cosy apartment organised.

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Use what you Have

Another way for you to maximise space would be for you to be creative with your space. Did you know that furniture can easily serve more than one purpose? Try and use your chair as a nightstand, use your desk as an end bench or even try and use windowsills as a form of shelving. If you can do this, then you will soon find that you can build storage into what you have.

Make your Own Storage Solutions

Your walls are your best friends if you have a tiny apartment. It’s a blank canvas, and you can use them to our advantage. Try and use them to hang key hooks, wall-mounted shoe racks and more. If you have a surfboard or bike that takes up a lot of room, consider investing in a wall mount. The possibilities are endless, and you would be surprised at how easy it is for you to display the passions you have while saving space. It’s that easy!

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Store Vertically

As mentioned above, you can take advantage of the space you have on your walls. Don’t forget about head height and vertical storage though! Add some extra shelves so that you can have a bookshelf go right up to the ceiling or even cover one of your walls with custom cabinetry. This will give you way more storage space and you may be surprised at how much extra room you can create by doing this.

Remember, that having a small apartment doesn’t mean that you are doomed to live in clutter forever. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. You may find that it forces you to be more creative, and this can give you an edge. Why not see how many of the above solutions you can implement yourself today?