You don’t have to increase the square footage of your home in order to increase the amount of usable space. With custom remodeling, you can make your house feel and act bigger with some smart changes.
Remove a Wall
An expert can assess your home’s floorplan and structural integrity and recommend if a wall can be removed to open up the house’s potential. Taking out a wall that creates a dark hallway or cramped kitchen can transform the layout so that light can penetrate and can also integrate the rooms’ functions.
Convert or Improve Closets
If your home has more big closets than you need, a custom remodeling professional can turn that space into another bathroom or use it to increase the size, comfort, and function of an existing bathroom. If, on the other hand, you need more space for your belongings than your closets provide, you can add shelving, drawers, rods, and hooks to maximize usefulness. If your kitchen has a pantry, you can remodel it to make organizing and storing foodstuffs and kitchen equipment efficient and pleasant.
Innovative options for home appliances are constantly appearing in the marketplace. When you upgrade your stove, refrigerator, or washer and dryer set, you can choose a better but more compact version in order to free up space in the kitchen or laundry room.
Add or Upgrade Cabinets to Maximize Storage Area
Adding cabinets to unused wall space will increase your home’s usable room fast, as well as reducing clutter and increasing eye appeal. Your remodeling contractor can also improve the design of existing cabinetry or add matching units to create a unified array.
Making the most of the home you have is a smart strategy. Instead of dealing with the stress of moving, you can partner with a custom remodeling expert to turn the home you have into the home you need and want.