5 Design hacks to a spacious and less cluttered Condominium

Living in condominiums can be fun, especially when you get to design them just the way you want. It’s less fun when you have to clean up thoroughly! If your condominium is rather small, it tends to get cluttered with knick knacks that don’t seem to belong anywhere. It can be quite the eyesore, especially if you have children! Here are 5 interior design tips to a spacious and less cluttered Condominium.

Use multifunctional furniture that provides storage

When shopping for furniture, opt for the ones that can provide storage on top of its main use. That way, you can reduce furniture in different areas of the house and keep your things in one place. You’ll just have to know where to look!

Coffee tables with drawers and recesses underneath
Coffee tables with drawers and recesses underneath
Couches with shelves to display your decorations
Couches with shelves to display your decorations

Make use of wall space

The smartest homes use their wall space both for storage and for decoration. Look around your apartment: every vertical space you see can be used! Be it hooks, shelves, or pegboards, they can all help you to declutter!

Mount some stylish hooks on the wall to hang bags, keys, and display photo frames.
Mount some stylish hooks on the wall to hang bags, keys, and display photo frames.
Organize your mops and broomsticks in the bathroom by clipping them in place.
Organize your mops and broomsticks in the bathroom by clipping them in place.

Drawer organizers

We know drawers were designed to keep items away from the visible areas of home, and every home most likely has a set of drawers. But where there is a drawer, there is a mess. Within the drawers, neat and tidy is easy – just use organisers to separate like and unlike objects.

Once it is organised, you won’t be worried about misplacing the wine you remember buying or the midnight snack you trashed at one of the corners of the cabinet.

Cutlery trays in the kitchen drawer
Cutlery trays in the kitchen drawer
Cutlery trays in the kitchen drawer
Makeup organizers can also be used to store smaller toiletries

Organising kitchen cabinets

Kitchen cabinets – what lifesavers! Countertops in the kitchen are meant for the coffee machine, the rice cooker, the dish rack, and for cooking prep. But a well-organised cabinet can be the most satisfying thing to see. Here are two of our favourite, affordable design hacks:

Stack up with shelves to store more things vertically
Stack up with shelves to store more things vertically
Use a Lazy Susan to save space and simply grab all your spices and cleaning supplies.
Use a Lazy Susan to save space and simply grab all your spices and cleaning supplies.

Use trays for your collections

Every household has knick knacks and small little items that just don’t belong anywhere in the apartment. They float – sometimes in the bookshelf, other times on the coffee table. We see you, souvenirs!

Get them out of this awkwardness and keep them on a tray! Categorise them by colour, size, or type of item. Here are some stylish trays for inspiration.

Use in the bathroom to gather bottles and containers
Use in the bathroom to gather bottles and containers
tea box
A tea box like this can also be a display for all your quirky little souvenirs!

Have a go at one of these interior design ideas! They’ll save space, declutter your home, and make your condominium more spacious and neat. We’re good to go, Marie Kondo! Start your first step to a more spacious and less cluttered Condominium!


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