Storage beds Direct gives some practical advice on how to help your clients achieve the maximum storage space whilst not compromising on design.
While floor space may be at a minimum, there are plenty of opportunities for creating storage space for books, boxes, and other infrequently used items above head height. Shelves erected above doorways may be unexpected, but they’ll keep clutter out of immediate sight, creating a cleaner, less busy first impression.
Beds with inbuilt storage, such as those from the range at Storage Beds Direct, will ensure a vital yet bulky piece of furniture pulls its weight. Used to store clothes, linen and accessories, the storage bed can eliminate the need for a wardrobe and extra drawers in a room that can ill afford to sacrifice the space.
Dividers that deliver
When defining separate spaces is a difficulty, a simple large shelving unit used as a room divider can be the answer. Given a backing that fits in with the outer space’s décor, and filled with any belongings yet to find a home, the storage solution creates a wall that can be moved around or removed as necessary.
Light it up
Good lighting is a must to prevent a small room looking dingy. Heavy window dressings should be avoided in favour of white blinds or bare windows, and spotlights are often a much better choice than a central fitting as, apart from looking more modern, they mimic natural daylight.
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