How to deal with Dead Spaces in your House?

A lonely, gloomy spot in your corridor, an uncomfortable place beneath the steps, or even the hallway’s dead-end where nobody goes.

Each household has these underused areas that serve no useful purpose and simply look bad. How can you turn these bare spaces and convert them into attractive, functional areas that are the central focus of your home décor? Here are some fresh and inventive ideas for bringing new life to these nooks and corners!

  • Comfortable corners

Is it true that reading is your absolute favorite pastime? A pleasant reading nook may be made out of any vacant area. Pile up soft pillows and wool blankets, fill the corners with native plants in colorful pots, and curl up with a good book! The light flowing in through the window is plenty here, but if your area is gloomy, buy in a decent reading lamp.

  • Use the space under your staircase

Under stair, places are the most inconvenient of all, especially when there isn’t even enough room to stand tall. Why should you stand when you can sit? This little study corner, tucked beneath the stairwell, is a cozy, welcoming room that’s both small and efficient. Cabinetry that follows the line of the steps may be neatly put in if storage is necessary.

  • Smart Corner

With a wet sink and wooden cabinets, this little bar is tucked discreetly beneath the slant of a stairwell. The rustic attractiveness of the rich walls is enhanced by the inset window, which allows the room to be opened up to the outside. Greenery abounds, adding to the rustic vibe and rejuvenating the space.

  • Work Corner

It makes sense to find a peaceful nook that can be transformed into your work-from-home environment, especially as home offices become more common. The lively light walls are highlighted by smart backlighting, lightening up what would otherwise be a dark and depressing environment. The home office’s rough, exposed brick wall gives it an organic feel.

  • Laundry space

Behind sliding double doors, an uncomfortable alcove is successfully turned into a washing facility. The floating shelf on one side may be used to stack linen, while the simple cabinetry above the washing machine stores soap and other supplies. The hanger rod comes in handy when you need to air out clothing that is still moist.

Final Thoughts

Do you have any more ideas that could maybe help turn your dull space into an interesting one? Then let us know about them in the comments below!

Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. PropertyPistol does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.

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