Space is an important factor when looking for a home as it contributes to your well being. Here’s a guide from Ajoya Cabanatuan on getting more space.
Having enough space is an important factor in the selection of a home because it contributes to the owner’s well-being. For one, just owning a spacious house is a symbol of achievement and wealthy status. Having a large domain that you can call your own makes you feel good every time you wake up in the morning, and before you go to sleep at night.
Another reason why having space is important is because it facilitates creativity. Nothing gets your creative juices flowing more than figuring out where to put your designer treasured furniture and home accessories. This plus figuring out how to store items in an efficient and organized manner to create more room adds to the canvas that will eventually become your well-thought out living space.
Last, but certainly not least, it also allows for you to pursue your hobbies and interests in a more focused manner. Having more space means having more rooms and more rooms can give you a myriad of options, depending on how many people are at home. It goes without saying that some of these rooms will be turned into bedrooms, others can be turned into home offices, game or hobby rooms. If you’re into fitness, you can turn this extra room into a gym. If you’re into painting or sketching, that extra room can be turned into a workshop. Considering also that more and more people are working or studying from home, the need for productivity and creativity is more pronounced than ever.
Whether you’re looking to create more room for your hobbies or would just like to tinker around with your interior design, having space helps. Here are a few pointers from Ajoya Cabanatuan that you can apply to create more space for your home.
Find The Right Kind Of Furniture
When choosing furniture, you consider three things: 1) comfort, 2) aesthetics, and 3) space. First, you’d like to get furniture that’s comfortable. Nothing feels better than going home and taking a nice comforting seat after a long day at work. Second, you’d like your furniture to be aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Does its color match the wallpaper of your home? Does it jive well with the rest of your interior? Is leather a good material to have with wooden tiles? Part of the comfort criteria also hinges on how aesthetically pleasing the furniture is. Lastly, will this particular piece of furniture fit well with your home? You need to choose furniture that won’t only fit your home but will also eat up just the right amount of space. Just like aesthetics, this contributes to the comfort criteria.
You might want to consider tables and chairs with exposed legs. This is so you can create an illusion of space below those pieces of furniture. Another recommendation is to get modular furniture that allows you to modify its overall appearance. Practically speaking, getting comfortable furniture contributes to your well-being, making it an important part of your home building experience. Additionally, you might want to get furniture that doubles as storage space. You can get tables that have drawers elegantly installed in them or beds that can double as a sofa.
Invest In Good Storage
Other than getting comfortable furniture, you should also invest in storage. Invest in cabinets, closets, and other storage facilities that are large enough to keep your most prized possessions safe and secure. Consider that these storage solutions need to be slender enough to be placed anywhere appropriate, like baskets, bins and box containers under your stairs or your tables and chairs.
You can opt to be creative with storage as well. If you feel like there are already way too many storage boxes in a room or in your house, start thinking vertically. You can install shelves on the walls near the ceiling in order to store some of your items. Rather than getting a standalone laundry basket or garbage bin, you can put laundry bags and garbage receptacles behind cabinet doors to save space. Virtually anything can be stored vertically so long as you have the right gadgets and implements that can help.
Make it a point to create life out of dead spaces. Dead space is basically empty and forgotten spaces that provide a myriad of opportunities for storage. Rather than putting boxes under your staircase, just create a closet or a room. Doing this allows you to make storage an integral part of your home’s aesthetic. Remember those shelves that line the upper part of your walls? Install clothes racks under those shelves so you can hang your clothes beneath them. Determining what is dead space in your home for the purposes of making the most out of them can be a fun and engaging experience if done properly.
Ultimately, being creative with dead space and thinking vertically makes you feel good. This contributes to your well-being, making it a fundamental part when building your home.
Get Rid Of Unnecessary Things
Unsurprisingly, if you want to create more space for your existing home, you want to get rid of some things that no longer fulfill a specific purpose. Marie Kondo, author and organizing consultant, always asks one fundamental question when it comes to organizing your home: Does it spark joy? It’s important to ask yourself this when determining what items are of great value to you and which ones can be gotten rid of immediately.
Does the set piece in the foyer serve any other purpose or could you potentially replace it with an equally aesthetically pleasing, but more useful storage device? Do you really need that extra cooler an ex of yours gifted you hanging around in your home or could you just give it away to someone who needs it? Whether it’s an item of sentimental value or just something that serves a more practical purpose, choosing an item to get rid of in favor of creating more space is achievable. It just needs some level of competent discernment and striking a reasonable balance between sentiment and sensibility.
Subconsciously, being able to determine what sparks joy in your life allows you to look within and find out what makes you happy. A little bit of positive introspection with a practical purpose helps rid you of any emotional baggage, which positively contributes to your well-being. The simple act of just throwing away anything that does not spark joy or isn’t as useful anymore is, after all, a cathartic experience.
Given these three considerations, creating more space potentially becomes a more enjoyable and fulfilling task. Ultimately, the process involved in getting more space becomes as important (if not more) as the results.
Ajoya Cabanatuan’s commitment to space allows for more fun, more walking, and less driving. Floor plans and sizes range from 72 square meters for 2-bedroom single attached roadside units, 78 square meters for 3-bedroom single attached parkside units, 77 square meters for 3-bedroom single detached roadside units, and 93 square meters for 4-bedroom single attached parkside units. These units give you a lot of opportunities to get creative with your space and therefore contribute to your own and your family’s well-being.
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