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Tiny Home Living: How To Find Storage Space

Tiny Home Living: How To Find Storage Space

Are you thinking about joining the tiny-house movement? Finding storage space in your regular-sized home is hard enough; you may be worried about downsizing to a tiny home. However, it can be pretty easy if you know how to look. Here are our favorite ways to build storage space in your tiny house.

Use Your Stairs

Your stairs take up valuable space, so put it to good use and store your more significantly sized things. Shelves, closets, even refrigerators can fit in this space to create a bigger area for you.

Look Under Floors

People often forget about floor space and the possibilities below the floorboards. With large hatches, you can store anything from skis to ironing boards. There are even under-floor storage drawers that roll out for easy access.

Don’t Forget Your Ceilings

Like the floorboards, ceilings are often overlooked. There is a ton of storage space between the rafters that would be helpful to tuck more items away. Drop-down storage options can help conceal a TV, a shoe rack, or even shelving units for dishes and towels.

Consider The Support Beams

Support beams are sturdy, so they can handle some weight if you need storage space. Have one in your kitchen area? Try fastening some hooks and hanging your pots and pans. Have some running up the walls in the living room or bedrooms? Connect them to create shelving units and fit anything you want to.

Rethink Your Furniture

Many of your furniture pieces would serve your tiny home better if they had storage space built into them. Beds, bench seats, and even tables can all come with built-in storage space to store various items. Extra pillows, blankets, art supplies, or toys for the kids can all be hidden away neatly in these secret spots. Additionally, pull-out counters and foldable tables can make a small kitchen or small workspace comfortable.

Decide What Comes In the Home

The best way to make everything fit is to get rid of things you don’t need. Go through your items and decide what you want to keep for your adventure. If you will not use it every week or every month, it is probably best to leave it out. However, this does not mean you need to throw everything away! Your favorite memorabilia, your child’s first pieces of art, and your family heirlooms do not need to go in the trash. Self storage will keep your things while traveling through the country and will be available to you whenever you choose to visit. Mini Price Storage has free heating and cooling that will help control humidity through the high and low temperatures for the coming years. Our trained customer service team can handle any self storage request. Give us a call at 1.866.531.2675 to see how we can help you!

2021-07-30T20:24:40+00:00July 30th, 2021|

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