Maximizing Space with a Two-Storey Narrow Block Design

Natural Light from WindowsThere are cases when homebuyers can only buy a few square feet of space for their dream home. This could be due to a number of reasons — budget restrictions, the available land size in a specific location, and the restrictions set by the local government.

As a solution, they decide to go for a narrow block design when looking for house and land packages in Brisbane. Here are some things you can do when and after settling down:

Windows and Natural Light

One of the problems narrow homes have is it could feel cramped. A good way to counter this is to request for larger windows into your design, which allows more natural light to come in. Aside from this, you should paint the wall white to make each space look larger than they actually are. You can also incorporate higher ceilings in the design to make the house look more spacious.

Work on Your Garage

In a narrow design, you don't have a choice but to do a vertical renovation if you need more space. Why not make the ground floor of your home as the garage instead of committing your front yard for that. Of course, you need to make sure that your garage is clear from any clutter and has the right lighting element.

Size Matters

If your two-storey narrow block design has a large wall, you should consider installing a large canvas to highlight that space and make it look bigger. If you are not a big fan of paintings, why not have mirrors instead.

Clear the Clutter

One of the reasons a narrow design works for some is it has the guests in mind. This leads to a lot of chairs not being used or tables that are too large. Instead, keep in mind how much people you have in your home on a daily basis and then match the number of furniture pieces to that.

When buying your dream house or building a new one, there might be a chance that you'll end up with a narrow lot. When this happens, take note of the suggestions above to make your space work for your lifestyle.

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