Clever Ways To Make Your Small Room Not So Small Anymore

Small bedrooms can be a tough thing to deal with. If you try to cram too much stuff into a room like that, it can feel stuffy, unorganized, it can become difficult to keep clean, and can make your already tiny room feel even smaller. Below, we will go over some things that you can do in order to open up your room and create more space within it. Raising your Bed Platforms beds like this will allow you to add an additional 30+ sq. ft. of storage in your room. By lifting your bed off the ground, it will create space to store pretty much anything that you can fit under there. One suggestion is to use bins that can slide under your bed. You can store the lesser used items in the middle because they are harder to get to. If your bed is against a wall or in a corner, you can store the lesser used items towards the back of the bed outline. Use smaller bins to store items that you will use more often around the outline of the bed. This will allow you to maximize your storage space under your bed without making it difficult to reach the things you need to get to on a regular basis. For additional storage, you can use platform stilts. The stilts will raise your bed off the ground even further which will allow you to double or triple the storage space available underneath. Multi-functional Furniture Visit your local furniture shop and search for furniture that can serve multiple purposes. Multi-functional furniture will allow you to decrease...

These Easy 4 Tips Will Increase the Lifespan of Your Carpets!

Anyone who has purchased brand new carpets lately can tell you exactly how expensive they are. However, carpets are something you can’t live without. You need them for your house to look good and you can’t skimp out on quality here. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to increase the lifespan of your carpets. Check out some tips on this below: 1. Maintain fresh floor coverings  In order to maintain the quality of your carpets, you must keep your floor coverings fresh. That’s because the fibers found in the carpets actually grab onto and hold particles. It’s these particles that are found to completely contaminate the air in your home. Of course, when the filter is full it becomes less effective at getting the job at hand done. This is why you must partake in routine sanitation, whether through commercial cleaning machines or even just vacuuming. Vacuuming has the power to prevent dirt and soil from building up, which can really extend the life of your carpets. 2. Opt For a Sanitizing Solution Sometimes cleaning equipment is not enough to get past the surface of your carpets and into the deeper levels. In those cases, you should use a sanitizing solution. Before you put anything on your carpet, though, it is smart to perform a spot test. This way the solution doesn’t end up discoloring your carpet. If you are going to shampoo the carpets, pre-treat the problem areas beforehand. This will better deliver the results you want. Similar to this, you should also blot the stain with the sanitizing solution instead of rubbing it in. Rubbing the solution in will only...