Innovative ideas that will declutter your home and save space
Small home? No problem. No spatial dilemma is too big to tackle with these creative storage ideas and multi-purpose furniture. These ideas will help to declutter your home, and make space where there is none.
Problem: Too much stuff!
1. Try a foldable bed
If space is what you lack in a small bedroom, this magical foldable bed is the only solution you need. Pull it down before you sleep and push it up when not in use to save precious space.
Interior Designer: I-Bridge Design
2. Extendable dining table
Say yes to this ingenious dining table now. On a normal day, it is an unassuming small counter just perfect for a small family. But when you have company over, it is able to extend out and accommodate at least ten people. This space-friendly pop-out table will solve your dining dilemma.
Interior Designer: The Association
Location: 158 Haig Court
Problem: Too much clutter
3. Double your storage space with a platform bed
The platform gives plenty of storage and makes the whole bedroom look clutter-free.
Architect: Studio JP
Location: Telok Kurau
4. Tuck away unsightly cables
We like how this handy bedside table has a hidden compartment for charging cables.
Interior Designer: Dan’s Workshop
Location: The Horizon
Problem: An awkward layout
5. Customise your cupboards
The trouble with buying pre-made shelves and cabinets is that they can leave awkward corners and dead ends. Custom make cupboards to fit corners to make full use of your space.
Interior Designer: Imagine by SK66
Location: Defu Lane
6. Modify your wardrobe
With a little bit of imagination and creativity, you can make an awkward layout work to your advantage. This walk-in wardrobe even manages to create space for a little functional dressing table.
Interior Designer: Lux Design
Problem: It feels crowded at home
7. Get a sofa with front and back seats
Got a big family? One clever way of accommodating a multi-generational family in a small apartment is to include a sofa that allows front and back seating. We like how the designer managed to carve a space for the study from the small living room as well.
Architect: EHKA Studio
Location: Esparina Residences
8. Make use of window ledges
Make the best use of the window ledges in your home by transforming them into something that will help serve your daily needs.
This makeup dresser on the window ledge is ingenious as it has compartments for makeup products and frees up the need to get a dresser.
Interior Designer: Habit
Problem: I want a customised space
9. Use a TV mount that swivels
Get all the TV time you want with this novel swivel mount TV. This wonderful component puts the TV to good use with its ability to serve two rooms.
Interior Designer: DISTINCTidENTITY
Location: Park Central @ Ang Mo Kio
10. Use rotating panels
There are days when you need privacy for work, and there are also days when you feel like having a wide, open space. Rotating panels like this gives versatility in controlling how much space you need.
Interior Designer: Free Space Intent
Location: Telok Blangah
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