July 15, 2024

Shira Krewer


How To Give Your Home The Functionality You Love

4 min read


It’s time to take a fresh look at your home. Maybe it’s not the space you’ve always dreamed of, but it can be. With a few simple changes and upgrades, you can transform your living area into something that’s flexible, functional, and most importantly — stress-free! From storage solutions that make use of small spaces to furniture layouts that are versatile enough for any occasion, here are some tips on how to give your home the functionality you love:

Use hidden storage.

Hidden storage is a great way to keep clutter out of sight. You can hide shoes, bags and cleaning supplies under your bed or in the closet; toiletries in the bathroom cabinet; laundry baskets under your sink; magazines and newspapers in a magazine rack or on an end table.

If you’re feeling really ambitious, consider building some hidden cubbies into your walls. This will help organize toys and games for kids’ rooms (or even grownup spaces), giving kids an incentive to keep things tidy!

Make the most of small spaces.

When it comes to small spaces, the best thing you can do is make the most of them by using them for multiple functions. A guest room that doubles as a home office or gym has a dual purpose and can be accessed by guests without interrupting your work schedule. The same goes for an extra bedroom–if you’re going to have one on hand anyway, why not put it to good use?

In addition to these obvious choices (like turning part of your garage into an office), there are other ways that homeowners have made their homes more functional:

Be flexible with your furniture layout.

You might be surprised to learn that the layout of your furniture doesn’t have to be set in stone. If something isn’t working, or if you just want to see how another configuration looks, try moving it around! You can move the same piece around multiple times until you find the right fit for your space and needs.

It’s also important not to fill up large rooms with small furniture–this will make it look cramped and crowded, which will make it hard for people (and pets) who live there feel comfortable as they move around. Instead, try using large pieces like couches or dining tables in these rooms so that there’s enough room for everyone at once without anyone feeling too cramped.

Work with what you have.

  • Work with what you have.
  • Don’t worry about what you don’t have.
  • Don’t let lack of space stop you from making a change. If your idea requires that the walls be moved or the floorboards taken up, don’t let that stop you from getting started! Just ask for help and advice from friends, family members or professionals who may be able to help out–and don’t be afraid to make mistakes along the way (and then fix them).

Choose multipurpose furniture that can serve multiple functions.

When it comes to choosing furniture, there are many options. But if you’re looking for something that can serve multiple purposes and give your home more functionality, then here are some ideas:

  • Multipurpose storage units: These pieces aren’t just great for storing items; they also act as a side table or extra seating when needed.
  • Multifunctional chairs: An armchair with ottoman is an ideal option if you want something that can be used as both a chair and footrest during the day but converts into a bed at night (and vice versa).
  • Convertible sofas/loveseats: Sofas or loveseats that convert into beds are ideal if there isn’t enough space in your home–they provide extra sleeping space without taking up too much room!

Your home should be a place where you can relax and be comfortable, not one that causes stress!

Your home should be a place where you can relax and be comfortable, not one that causes stress! Your home should be a place that is safe and secure. It should also be a place where you can entertain guests, work from, or simply unwind after a long day at work.

You should consider the functionality of each room in your house when deciding how to decorate it. For example: if there are children living in your home then it would make sense for them to have their own bedrooms as well as playroom areas; this allows them plenty of space without having too much clutter around them which might cause frustration or boredom among other issues such as sensory overload (which refers to an abnormally strong response by the senses). If there aren’t any children living with us then perhaps some extra storage space might come in handy? Or maybe we don’t need another bathroom because we already have one upstairs but what if someone comes over unexpectedly?


If you’re ready to make the most of your home, we hope these tips have been helpful. Remember, there are no rules when it comes to decorating! You don’t need an expensive designer or expert advice on how to make your space look great. You just need to find what works best for you and your family.