8 tips for renovating a small space
As an individual with a small living space, the lack of potential for a home I feel welcome and happy in is very low. I have enough space to fit my bed and my child’s bed and unfortunately can’t do anything about it as I don’t own it. Thankfully for those who do, Melissa Dalton has 8 design tips such as functionality of the space, storage options, utilizing more wall space and incorporating light points into the space to make it feel larger and more positive to live in.
- The yard that Jessica Helgerson who is an interior designer bought with her husband in Portland, Oregon came with two buildings and they started renovating one.
- The cabin was a 1940 cabin and it needed to be renovated so they vaulted the ceiling and did a makeover of the windows.
- After the renovation, the Helgerson’s spent the first time there to celebrate Jessica’s birthday and after that they loved it and did not leave.
“Storage was also added in other overlooked corners: There are drawers under the couch and guest bed, bookshelves in the great room, recessed storage in the bathroom, two hall closets, and a pull-out closet in the kid’s room.”