To maximize sunlight and make the space feel open, choose large windows and glass doors.
Bump-out additions are a smart method to add room without investing in a full-scale addition. This involves adding a few feet to a certain portion of your home, such as the kitchen or living room.
The space under the stairs is sometimes ignored, but it may be an excellent opportunity for adding useful features. It can be converted into a reading space, a small home office, or built-in storage shelves.
Invest in clever furniture with built-in storage, such as seats with hidden compartments or mattresses with drawers beneath the mattress.
Consider using glass dividers instead of solid walls in places such as home offices or bedrooms.
Outdoor additions, whether a relaxing patio, a deck, or a screened-in porch, can enlarge your living area without changing the construction of your home.
Increase flexibility by using foldable and convertible furniture that can be quickly modified to suit various requirements.
Mirrors correctly placed in your home can do wonders for generating the illusion of extra space. Mirrors reflect light and open up spaces, giving the illusion that rooms are larger than they are.