Today people prefer a gated community, obviously, for its immense benefits. However, compared to independent houses, those who live in apartments have to make the most out of the space available. So when clients approach architects and interior designers in Bangalore/Bengaluru, their main objective is to get a home designed accommodating all their requests and needs but simultaneously they want their home to be spacious, airy and well ventilated as well.
Thus, space management is an important element that needs careful attention not just because it is the critical aspect of interior design. An apartment with space well utilized not only enhances the beauty of the place but also helps have a positive effect on the people who live there. So for any architect/interior designer in Bangalore/Bengaluru, it is important to balance both aspects i.e. to design a home as per the needs and wants of the client but at the same time make home as clutter free as possible.
The best means to find or create more spaces is through creative thinking. By thinking out of the box one can see many hidden spaces, which can be put to good use. Here are some of the spaces, which are most often overlooked.
Walls are something that is not used efficiently. Instead of cluttering the walls with wall hangings, pictures and other unnecessary stuff, use the space to store books. Place artistic shelf on the wall instead of an ordinary book shelf to make the room look classy.
Besides, in the place of a separate dressing table, you can place the mirror on the wall with a space made within the wall to place your stuff. Similarly, on your bedroom, kitchen and bathroom walls you can have storage shelves to hold important things like medicines, utensils, and so on.
Corners are mostly left unused but are actually ideal places for showcases, shoe stands and newspaper racks. Corners can be put to good use especially in kitchens and bathrooms. There are nice beautiful corner shelves available in the market that not only serves the purpose but also helps create more vacant spaces.
Dual Purpose Furniture
Beds, sofas, and tables are excellent storage areas. If you put on your thinking caps you can easily find different ways to put them to use. For beds, you can either choose bunk beds or beds with boxes. But if you already have a bed, baskets are definitely smart storage solutions as it can be easily hid under the beds. As for sofas, the sofa cum bed has been in vogue for years and the latest is the sofa cum bunk beds. When it comes to tables, center tables with storage spaces for storing newspapers and magazines, dining tables for storing crockery, cutlery, tableware etc. are also excellent options.
These are just a few options but a well experienced architect and interior designer Bangalore/Bengaluru can come up with excellent space saving ideas to make your home spacious and welcoming.