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4 Ways to Add More Storage in Your Home Remodel

June 04, 2015

Removing outdated fixtures and finishes can be an exciting piece of your home remodel, but don’t overlook the opportunity to add more storage as part of the project. Even larger homes often lack practical options for staying organized. Here are some ideas on how to incorporate storage into your renovation.

Consider Built-Ins for Custom Storage

If a home office, playroom or media room are part of your home remodel, adding the necessary storage can let you make the most of the existing square footage you have. There are many built-ins such as shelving and cabinetry that can be both attractive and functional. A designer can let you select the look that matches your décor, treating these storage solutions as more of a furnishing.

Select Kitchen Cabinets That Match Your Lifestyle

From basic units to full custom options, there are many kitchen cabinets to choose from. Working with a designer to add or revise the cabinets can let you tailor the storage to your lifestyle. Consider specialty models such as pull out spice racks, oversized storage options for larger pans, units designed for tableware and even food preparation options.

Introduce a pantry for in your kitchen remodel

Pantries are about more than just food storage. For families who shop in bulk, a large pantry in the kitchen can be part your home remodel project, providing enough space to conveniently store larger quantities. They can also double to hold less used appliances, dishes or pots and pans in your kitchen but away from the items you use every day.

Improve the closets you already have

If you are putting the finishing touches on a new master suite, consider adding a custom closet solution that maximizes the existing space. There are many styles of closet organizers that you can include as part of a home renovation project.

Whether your home remodel runs throughout the entire space, or is limited to a kitchen, bath or living room, think beyond the aesthetics and focus on long term livability. Think about ways you want to better organize your space, and work with a designer for options. Regardless of the size of the project, contact the team at Remodels of Tulsa to help you transform your space into your dream home.

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