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Ideas To Optimize Your Living Space

Do you ever feel like you simply don’t have enough space in your home? Or perhaps it just feels cramped or constantly cluttered. If this is the case for your home, there are a few ways to optimize the space and take control of your property! The ways in which you choose to revitalize your home’s interior are ultimately dependent on your budget and the current lay-out of your home, but there are solutions for everyone looking to breathe new life into their residence! Keep reading below for more information.

Use Your Basement

When many people think of their basements, they think of the stale air and cold, cement floor. However, finishing your basement is a very common renovation project that can completely transform the space! A well-renovated basement can look just like the rest of your home – and a few heaters and carpet can easily take care of the cold! If you’re looking to expand your living space, finishing your basement is one of the more economical options. You may even be surprised at the quality when your basement renovation is complete.

Additions are Another Possibility

Building up is an route that some homeowners choose to go when they need more space. Other homeowners build out and expand the first floor. Either option is a great choice for a homeowner looking for additional living space. If you’re interested in building an addition on your home, our team at Amiano & Son Construction can help with any style of home addition. While building an addition on your home is more costly renovating your basement or attic, it is well worth the cost.

Storage is Crucial

Perhaps you’ve found that one or the largest problems within your current living space is the clutter. Of course, you could work on decluttering and disposing of your belongings, but sometimes there are items that you simply have to keep. If this is the case for you, finding creative storage solutions can help you regain control of your home. Sometimes adding a few additional cabinets, or building an extra closet can provide you with the space you need. You can also consider designating a room on your finished basement or attic to use as storage space, keeping the clutter away from your living space.

Take Out a Wall

It’s incredible how much bigger a space can feel if a wall isn’t there to divide it. Divided rooms were common in years past, but modern homes tend to thrive with open spaces. With a kitchen separated from the living room, you may feel closed off. However, by removing the wall between the two areas, you may suddenly find that you’ve got more room to entertain and move around than you previously thought. Creating more space by simply removing a wall can truly alter your living space. However, it is essential to consult a professional so that you don’t remove a load-bearing wall.

Optimized Space

By creating a more optimized space, be it with additions, renovations, or simple storage solutions, you can make your home more inviting. Make your home your own by creating the living space that you are most comfortable in. If you need assistance redesigning your home, or constructing a new addition, our team at Amiano & Son Construction is ready to assist! You can reach out to our team today by calling us at (609) 268-5923 or by filling out our team’s online contact form! We look forward to hearing from you and assisting with your home renovation needs!

Wendy Amiano

Wendy Amiano

Recently recieving her NARI certification as a Certified Remodeler Wendy Amiano has worked in many areas of remodeling. Her knowledge extends into various areas of the remodel but her main specialty is consulting on the before, during and after a remodel as featured at the Philly Home Show.