Having a tidy and organized interior can not only improve the appearance of your home, but also make your daily life easier. Whether you live in a small apartment or a large house, organizing your empty spaces is essential to creating a harmonious environment and simplifying your life. In this article, find out how to optimize every corner of your home.
1. Sort out what's really useful
Optimizing your storage space starts with sorting out and thinking about the use of certain objects, clothes and so on. This will enable you to better visualize the space taken up by the things you want to keep.
For items you want to part with, think about donation centers such as the DPJ or other associations that collect items for second-hand use by people in need.
2. Multifunctional furniture
Once you've sorted through your belongings, you'll be able to see things more clearly. You can now opt for multifunctional furniture that combines storage with additional functionality.
Such is the case with the media console from BDI Corridor media console, which offers a beautiful design while hiding your TV's wires, which can sometimes be visually distracting.
Coffee tables with storage space, like the La Rachelle model, sectionals with storage boxes at the end of the sofa like the Clio or benches with storage space under the seat are all intelligent solutions for maximizing available space.
3. Use storage boxes and baskets
Storage boxes and baskets are versatile tools for keeping your home organized. Use them in wardrobes, on shelves or under beds to store items such as toys, out-of-season clothing or kitchen accessories.
Opt for woven baskets or fabric boxes to add a touch of style to your home decor.
4. Mari Kondo method
Last year, Charlotte Beauregard, founder of "Tout à sa place", specialized in and trained for the famous Mari Kondo method, was able to visit the store at Casavogue and introduce our customers to her tidying methods and this art of daily living.
It's a method recognized worldwide today, which can help you live better through simple sorting and tidying tips.
5. Modular shelving
Modular shelves are versatile elements that adapt to your evolving storage needs.
You can configure them to suit your available space, for example, in your living room above your sofa or in your dining room close to the dining table, so you can easily adjust them over time to meet your changing needs.
They're perfect for books, knick-knacks, folded clothes and much more.
6. Wall hooks and coat racks
Wall hooks and coat racks are practical accessories for storing jackets, handbags, keys and other essentials.
Install them near the entrance, in the kitchen or bathroom to keep living spaces uncluttered and organized.
7. Customized storage solutions
Investing in customized storage solutions can be the key to maximizing space in your home.
Made-to-measure cupboards bookcases or modular storage systems can be designed to perfectly fit your space and meet your specific storage needs.
Optimizing storage space in your interior can transform your home into an organized and functional space. By using innovative storage solutions such as underutilized spaces, multifunctional furniture and storage accessories, you can create a harmonious environment that allows you to live comfortably and efficiently.
Depending on your project and your space, our design and furnishing experts will also be able to guide you and give you their invaluable advice to create a space that's just right for you.