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8 Tips for Living in Tiny Spaces

8 Tips for Living in Tiny Spaces

A lot of people are starting to realize that they don’t need a lot of space to have a great home life. Whether you live in a small apartment or one of the Tiny Away Tiny House Rentals, there are a lot of ways to ensure your home is cozy and appealing. The tips below will help you optimize tiny spaces.

1. Eliminate Clutter

One of the first steps to take if you’re moving into a tiny space is to get rid of anything that isn’t essential. Many people have a tendency to buy things they don’t really need and it ends up collecting dust. The best thing to do is purge items that you don’t need. For instance, if you have a stack of old magazines, consider donating them to your local library. They usually welcome periodicals and magazines regardless of how old they are. The same applies to clothing that you have not worn in a long time. Consider donating them to a local charity or have a garage sale to make a few extra dollars.

2. Choose Neutral Colors

A great way to open up a space is to use neutral colors. If you’re renting a space that’s already painted, you can choose decorations and wall art that has lighter hues to make the space feel larger. This doesn’t mean everything in the room has to be neutral or earth tone colors, you can add vibrant colors as long as they don’t overwhelm the space.

3. Hang Mirrors of the Walls

Consider putting mirrors on the walls because they give the illusion of a larger room. Another option is to choose mirrors with textured frames for visual interest. If you want to wall art, there are affordable prints from different artists all over the internet that can help you create an interesting aesthetic that fits your style.

4. Maintain an Organized Space

The idea of staying organized sounds good, but it’s easier said than done. When living in a tiny space, it isn’t optional. It’s important to find a space where everything belongs. This can be accomplished by adding shelves throughout your home. In addition to ensuring you have lots of places to put your stuff, it can help reduce clutter.

5. Buy Multifunctional Furniture

When buying furniture for a tiny home, make sure you don’t opt for oversized furniture that takes up more space than necessary. Instead, choose furniture that fits nicely in tiny spaces and can serve multiple purposes. For instance, you can get an end table that doubles as a storage unit. Another example is using the island in the kitchen as a table for dining. Fold out desks and sleeper sofas are other examples of furniture used in tiny spaces.

6. Enjoy the Outdoors

Some families have chosen to live in a tiny space because they want to spend more time outdoors. Given the tremendous health benefits of being in nature, it’s definitely something that everyone should do when the opportunity arises. All you need is a few lawn chairs or some other type of outdoor furniture where you can sit comfortably. If you share your tiny space with roommates or family members, creating an outdoor area is beneficial for everyone.

7. Embrace Minimalism

Minimalism has received a lot of attention in recent years. Some people have embraced a minimal lifestyle because having fewer belongings in one area can reduce stress and make you feel better about your living space. To achieve a minimal look in your tiny space, consider tables made of acrylic or glass because they contribute to a light and airy feel.

8. Be Creative

Being creative is important when living in a tiny space because you need to look for unconventional areas where you can store things. For instance, you can add hooks to walls in the kitchen where pots and pans can hang. When you start looking around, you’ll notice that there are many places for storage.

On a final note, if you need to declutter and you have stuff that you’re not quite ready to relinquish, consider renting a small storage unit.            

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