Finding a place to put all of your things without making your house look like a cluttered mess can be a challenge! What’s the solution? Downgrade and live in a tiny house and embrace a simpler life? We don’t think so. All you need are some clever ideas for storage space. These innovations can be installed by a contractor, leaving your home clean and clutter-free.

Don’t Just Renovate, Consolidate

Renovating your home is a great opportunity to work in some nifty design ideas that can save space. By bundling it into the same process, you can also save quite a bit of money when you use the same contractor all the way through.

Save Space with Storage Under the Stairs

Your staircase can be more than just a way to go up or down a floor, there is a ton of space underneath them that is often underutilized. A skilled contractor can add large storage compartments that slide out or even turn each step into a drawer. Imagine all of the space you’d save by being able to store things inside each step. This is one of the best options for those of you who want to work with what you have rather than add something new to gain more storage capacity.

Beds That Save Space

Opting for a suspended bedroom is a fantastic idea that can save you a lot of space, just remember not to try constructing it yourself. The most obvious reason why you should not attempt building a suspended bedroom on your own is the risk of it collapsing in your sleep. Professional contractors know how to build them safely.

Alternatively, you can have a concealable bed constructed that can slide in and out. It can function as a desk or cabinet by day and a bed by night. Ask a contractor about design options.

Foldable Dining Room

Now you see it now you don’t! That’s what your friends will say when they see your awesome new foldable dining room. If you’re looking to save space, have a contractor install a dining table with chairs that fold into the wall.

Transparent Shower

Bathrooms are usually one of the hardest rooms to work with when trying to save or make space. Let’s face it, bathrooms are already small enough, so how can you make them bigger, or at least feel bigger? One great innovation that you might want to have your contractor look into while planning your renovation is a stepless, transparent shower.

Showers with steps and framing are unnecessarily clunky and can make your bathroom seem smaller. You can make your bathroom look and feel significantly larger by using the same tile all the way across to the shower and have a transparent glass slab to stop water from spilling out.

The Takeaway

Now that you’ve got some ideas to incorporate into your renovation plans you’re ready to reach out to a professional contractor. Bring a list of ideas and have them work on a quote for you. A spacious home is a home you can be proud of. Once you’re free of clutter you’ll feel lighter and more organized.

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