All things minimalistic have been a hit in the past few years as we’ve been spending more time in our homes and trying to refine our indoor spaces. This has left many of us wondering how to make the most of our space, especially if we don’t have a lot of it.
In this brief overview, we will take a look at all the ways you can organize your small space so that it’s able to fit your items while still looking stylish. Organizing small spaces is truly an art form, so it’s time for you to become an artist!
If you’re hurting for space, there’s not a square inch you shouldn’t use to your advantage, including beneath your bed. Using the space under your bed can be extremely helpful if you’re running low on storage space, and it doesn’t have to be the disorganized mess that you might remember from your teenage years.
You can use decorative bins, baskets, or boxes to separate and arrange your items in a more orderly fashion, and if you’re not a fan of seeing anything under your bed, an oversized comforter that covers the gap can be a simple fix.
Baskets look chic and add some personality to the space, and they’re also great for storage. You can find different sizes and styles of baskets anywhere, including thrift stores, online retailers like Amazon, or household favorites like Target.
Baskets are multi-use and easily moveable so you can change things up quickly in your small space in a way you couldn’t if you used a chest of drawers or a trunk.
If you think your closet is way too full to fit anything else in, you should implement a closet organization system. Having a system set up and committing to a set of rules will help you utilize every inch of space in your closets.
There are many organizational tools and containers available online and in furniture/decor stores that will help you sort out your belongings to maximize space.
Often, we neglect the corners of a room either because there’s a door restricting our options or because we feel that the space is too small to fit anything.
However, you can store a lot in small spaces when you have the right tools to do so, such as baskets, decorative tables with drawers, or corner shelving. Filling your empty corners can also improve the aesthetic of the room when done correctly, so it’s a win-win.
Don’t be discouraged by your lack of space! With enough creativity and practice organizing, you’ll have a home that is both functional and stylish.
The outdoor dry bar is our new favorite spot! And we are so excited to share with you what we did. I took my kids’ abandoned playhouse that had honestly become a bit of an eyesore in the backyard and gave it new life!
If you’re looking to renovate a room in your home, your first step should be to hire an interior stylist. Don’t commit to a design that might not match your style. Work with a talented interior stylist to ensure that every aspect of your renovation matches your final vision.
A common challenge interior stylists and designers face is communicating a project’s vision to their clients. They might have trouble getting the client to visualize what they are trying to explain.