In a perfect world you’d have enough space at home - room for everything and anything, all perfectly displayed and organized. You’d even have flex room, which is more room than you really need, which could be transformed into unique spaces tailored just to you and your family to enjoy.
Sounds nice doesn’t it?
What could or would you do with more space at home?
There are endless possibilities, but here are some ideas of the rooms you could create for you or your family:
- Home Office
- Home Library
- Home Gym
- Reading Nook
- Study Room or Nook
- Guest Room
- Hobby Room
- Craft Room
- Entertainment Room
- Home Theatre
- Music Room
- Game Room
- Sitting Room or Additional Living Room
You may be thinking that your home is not large enough for any of the above, or that you have some of these spaces already, like the combination guest/office/study room in the basement.
Well, depending on the size and configuration of your home, there may be space that is not being taken advantage of or used to it’s full potential, like basements, spare rooms, nooks, and attics. These spaces often serve multiple purposes – they may be used as make-shift home offices, guest rooms, play areas or family rooms at any given time, but they are not fully designated spaces for a sole use. Ultimately these spaces become the official dumping ground for stuff that you still need or want and just don’t know where to put (or want people to see). These rooms also fill up fast and quickly become unusable spaces, creating additional stress and disorganization at home.
Thanks to self-storage you can instantly get more room in your home. Renting a self-storage unit is also an affordable solution to help you make space for room(s) that better benefit you or your family.
So now that you know how to create more space at home, perhaps your fantasies are not that far out of reach?
Oh, and if you’ve used self-storage to help create flex space at home, we’d love to hear about it, and see pictures of your awesome space too! Feel free to email, call or text us.
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