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Furnishing for Small Home

Multipurpose

Think multipurpose for every piece of furniture such as couches that become beds, tables that serve dual duty as desks, and lift-top coffee tables.

Fold up furniture

One way to make use of your space is by having furnishings that fold out-of-the-way when not in use to give room for multiple activity purposes for one space. Folding chairs, desks, tray tables, Murphy beds, and portable kitchen carts can all maximize space.

Use wall space

When you can’t spread out go up! Make use of your wall space by using bookcases or shelving units, adding high shelves, or hanging things from the ceiling like a great decorative hanging pot and pan holder or a hammock to keep kids stuffed animals. A full length mirror can be the door on your closet or a cabinet. Closet organizers can be designed to your individual needs and help keep the closet and clothes more manageable.

Get rid of what is not working

It can be easy on a tight budget to collect whatever furniture you can get your hands on, but if it is not functional it can be costing you more in the long run. If it gets it the way and prevents you from keeping your home relatively clutter free, it costs your time and sanity to work around it. Don’t keep those things that are not working for you. Sell it on eBay or Craigslist or at a garage sale. Trade it with a friend or post on your favorite social media site with what you would like to replace it with. If all else fails or you just don’t want to bother, give it away and allow it to bless someone’s life. Careful choices of a few right pieces of furniture that are highly functional can make a big difference in the enjoyment you get out of your home and the best way to keep your home running smooth and functioning efficiently.