CREATIVE WAYS TO MAXIMIZE LIVING SPACE IN SMALL NYC APARTMENT

CREATIVE WAYS TO MAXIMIZE LIVING
SPACE IN SMALL NYC APARTMENT

Living space is becoming smaller every day. Consequently, there is more demand for living space. Creating more living space is difficult in NYC. Therefore, new spatial possibilities must be conceived. Imagination and creativity will be required for maximizing living space.

At IDR Construction, we thoroughly analyze our client’s homes to determine where we can create more space. Homeowners want to create more living space. However, space cannot be created unless additional space is built. The key is to increase functionality and utilization of existing space.

OPEN CLOSET SPACE

Everyone has a desire for larger closet space. Homes usually do not have the area needed to install larger closet space. Therefore, we must find alternative ways to use space. The starts with properly utilizing space.

Opening closet space eliminates harsh boundaries and creates the impression of more space. This approach is much easier to design and helps save money. Your bedroom can also benefit from open storage space. Open shelving systems can transform pantries and laundry rooms. An open shelving system takes up minimal space and leaves more room for other possibilities.

OPEN KITCHEN SPACE

The kitchen is ALWAYS busy. Friends, family and guest all congregate in the kitchen. Therefore, it is important to create a kitchen that is functional and welcoming. Vertical storage shelving in your pantry is a good place to start. You should use drawer organizers for dry goods and food storage containers. Make sure to install overhead pot and pan storage to free up space below your counters.

Also, narrower appliances will give the impression of more space. You should consider recessing portions of drywall or backsplashes. The key is to always take a minimalistic approach. Start by determining what items are absolutely necessary and what items you can do without. This simple step will help create the context for better space utilization.

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