Keeping your home clean and organized can be a challenge and we’re here to help with some helpful tips.
Maximize Storage in Garage
A garage can be used for more than just parking your cars depending on its size and layout. With a plan and a minimal budget it’s easy to upgrade the storage space in your garage based on your home’s needs. Consider hanging outdoor tools such as rakes and shovels, mounting brackets to hang bikes, skis, and kayaks, building a workbench to use for small projects, or adding much-needed shelving for miscellaneous items that don’t have a home otherwise. In just a couple of hours and with just a couple of bucks you can transform your garage to maximize its potential.
Find A Home for All Your “Stuff”
When your things all have a proper home your house will feel cleaner and bigger. It could be as simple as adding a coat rack in your entryway, shelves in a pantry, or hooks in a staircase. On the other hand, you can really upgrade your space with customizable features.
A walk-in closet with his and hers dressing areas will provide both functionality, but a wow-factor for guests and potential homebuyers. If you have a family, you can find space for cubbies for each parent and child to store their things rather than kitchen counters. A built-in study space for your students to quietly focus on their homework so the dining room isn’t taken over by a book report due the next morning.
Utilize Wasted Space
Many houses have a dead space that is underutilized—a crawl space, a poorly placed closet, an oddly shaped room, or that room under the stairs. Every space can be transformed into something elegant and functional that serves your families needs. Let’s work together to make that happen.