How to make the most of home space

Today there are still those who suffer from lack of space at home due to excess of belongings, poor organization of furniture and other objects or due to the size of the place where you live. However, there are some practical ways of get extra space at home without much effort. Check out some tricks:


For make better use of the kitchen space, just stack objects such as pots, pans, plates, salad bowls, bowls, plastic pots among others. Take into consideration the size and weight of objects when placing them in stacks. When storing food in the refrigerator, opt for square pots, which take up less space than round ones.

Living room

In the living room, you can invest in downstairs coffee tables for storing magazines and newspapers. Another interesting idea is to put a horizontal cabinet behind the sofa. If your living room is combined with the kitchen, bet on counters and room dividers to make the most of space of the two rooms.


O free space under the bed It can be used to store winter clothing, quilts, pillows, comforters, rugs and other items that fit in organizing boxes or a plastic bag.

In your wardrobe, use hanging organizers and multifunctional hangers to store belts, ties and other smaller pieces. Make better use of drawer space by using specific hives and partitions.


The best way to make the most of your bathroom space is to use the back of the door to hang objects, clothes, and even shoes. The bottom of the sink can be used to put a laundry basket if you don't have a closet. Also invest in a shelf for storing towels and prefer a bathroom mirror that has a compartment for storing oral and bath products, saving even more space.

Shelves and Cabinets

Use the free space in the corridors To install narrow shelves and cabinets, these can be used to store books, photos, dvds and other parts you prefer. Use the vertical spaces available in your home to place floor-to-ceiling shelves. O space over doors and windows It can also be used with small cabinets to store less frequently used items.


When choosing furniture for your home, prefer those with multiple functions. Some examples are sofa beds, coffee tables, opening puffs and have magazine space, wall-mounted tables that can be lowered only at the time of use, beds with drawers at the bottom, headboards with pillowcase between countless other options.

Besides these tips, you can also get rid of some unused objects by donating or disposing of this object in a proper place and gaining more space. Also keep everything organized by storing everything in its place after use and you will have a greater sense of space.

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