Tips To Fill Empty Spaces In Your House
You’ve recently moved into a new place and wondering how to occupy all that space with your existing furniture and equipment. Or you have an unwanted amount of vacant, unused area in your house that you want to fill up, one way or another. Then this is the article for you! Listed below are a few tips, tricks and ideas to fill up empty spaces in your house without spending too much money or probably saving the aesthetic of your home.
Have you had one of those days where friends and family get together for a festive event and their children run about, all around your house, causing mayhem to the intricate and delicate areas of your home? Here’s a solution. Use that empty void to create a corner or a spot for the children to unleash their creative juices. This space could include the basic items for unlimited child engagement such as play dough, a book to colour in, a few different versions of various puzzles, action figures, dolls, books to read and whatever you think a child requires. Avoid the
use of technology in the corner for obvious reasons.
A Small Library
If you’re a bookworm or someone who enjoys reading, this idea would work perfectly in your favour. You would already have an extensive collection of the books you have previously read, or an assortment of books that have been purchased in the past and still have to be read. The only essential elements needed now is a quiet corner and some furniture. The furniture can be anything, preferably living room furniture Australia, in this way, you wouldn’t have to purchase extra furniture just for your mini library. In addition to the furniture, setting up a reading lamp would add to the mood, encouraging anyone to read a few chapters or to even hang around the library.
If you are an animal enthusiast or you simply adore the pet you have at home, turning your empty space into a pet haven wouldn’t be such a bad idea. If you own a cat, cat trees/towers could be purchased or constructed by yourself. Or if you own a dog, this could be the corner where the dog kennels reside, since a majority of dogs do not sleep outside the house any longer. The pet corner could also house the sleeping equipment required by the pets and a patch of grass in case of emergencies late at night or when the animal is home alone. The ideas are endless to transform an empty space into a working area of your house or a part of your leisure time. The only limitation is the amount of empty space laying around your home. But hey, every house is empty space until it becomes a home.