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  • Incorporate storage into your existing framework

Incorporate storage into your existing framework

When you're making plans to undergo a serious renovation it would be wise to consider all possible nooks and crannies that could be utilised as storage space.

With a budget of $20,000 or more in New Zealand and Australia, or £11,500 plus in the United Kingdom, you would have the ability to get really clever with storage solutions in your home.

Think of all the dead space in your house; Under the stairs. Whats going on there? Wall space above counter tops in the kitchen. Is there space for potential cupboards to be installed? The area in your roof. Can you do something with that? Possibilities are endless.

It's always a good idea to talk to a professional to evaluate what's possible in your current floor plan, In this article (links above) we outline a few of the best ways to incorporate valuable storage space in your home on a mid-range budget.

Images: Northborne architecture co 

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    Renovate Magazine