Do you want to make the most out of every space in your home? Check out these space saving ideas. Hille’s Home Extensions, the leading name in home extensions in Melbourne offers many custom space saving ideas to individualise your reno. We are here to help you achieve the look and functionality you desire for your home. Whether you’re refurbishing for aesthetic or practical purposes, our home renovation experts will work hand-in-hand with you throughout the process.
Now is the perfect time to start the planning your home renovation. Ideal weather for outdoor work, and some materials may come less expensive around this year due to slow demand. Furthermore, get the renovation done before the holidays for a perfect to start the new year!
If you have not yet come up with a scheme to jumpstart your project, perhaps these home additions and some space-saving living room renovation ideas might help you juice up your imagination.
Saving space as part of your home renovation
Following are some creative space saving solutions you may like to consider as part of your renovation project. In addition to looking great, these ideas add a refined degree of functionality. Hille’s builders can help you personalise your home renovation to suit your individual needs and style.
1. Staircase storage
Don’t congest your books and those things you like to hoard in a corner of your room. Instead, transform that dull and neglected space under your staircase into a bookshelf or a storage cabinet for a more organised look.
2. Turn your hallways into storage
Another potential space you can convert into storage are those empty walls in the hallway. Make the most of this excess area by installing built-in cabinets or wall hooks where you can hang coats or jackets.
3. A wine cellar in the basement
Are you a wine aficionado? You don’t have to stack your wine bottles on the kitchen counter, keep some in the fridge, or dedicate an entire room to store your wine collections. An aptly insulated corner in your basement would suffice to keep your vinos’ good flavour.
4. An herb garden in your kitchen
You’d be surprised at how many types of culinary herbs you can grow indoor. If you love adding fresh herbs to your food, why not add a piece of greenery that will benefit your health and budget? All you need is a wall illuminated by a window or skylight and some motivation to keep your little plants alive. Quite a dynamic solution for an area of the home most spend a lot of time.
5. Turn your outdoor space into a functional structure
Those spaces outside your home come with a lot of potential. You can build a pool, garage, or a garden. Perhaps what you’re after is an extension that creates room for your growing family. Outdoor structures such as a sunrooms, alfresco or patios can add a special place that the whole family can enjoy.