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3 affordable ways to add space to your home

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Justin Maak
Justin Maakhttps://www.resticmagazine.com
I cover business topics for Restic Magazine. I have a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University and live in New York City. I’ve previously reported for USA Today, Business Insider, The San Francisco Business Times and San Jose Inside.

All homeowners would love to have just a little bit of space added to their home or property. However, it’s rarely an affordable endeavour. Adding extensions to your home can sometimes be more expensive than purchasing another property. So, if you’re thinking of adding some nifty renovations to your home, and you’re desperately trying to add space in the process, here are several excellent tips where you won’t need to pay for a professional.

Enclose a patio

Adding an attached patio to your home’s exterior can be incredibly expensive. However, if you do your research and have some experience in carpentry, you can easily do it affordably. Try and make it a part of your home by keeping the furniture and overall design as similar to your interior design as possible. It’s a great way to add space to your home.

Small kitchen addition

If you have a small, claustrophobic kitchen, then it might be worth knocking out a wall or changing up your kitchen’s layout. Consider having a walk-in pantry or extending the kitchen further into your backyard to maximise space and functionality.

Add a garage bump-out

A garage “bump-out” is a great way to add additional storage to your home. You might be able to move all those boxes out of the spare room into the garage and finally be able to utilise the spare room for something appropriate, like a study or an extra bedroom. Happy renovating!

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