Tiny houses are the trend lately, and it seems that many Baby Boomers are opting for a downsized lifestyle and more adventure, as opposed to a sprawling dream home with thousands of square feet. Organizing for very small spaces can be challenging, especially if you are downsizing from a much larger footprint. Once the downsizing activity has taken place, there are a few guiding principles to consider when setting up or arranging your new smaller space:
Once arranged, the following guidelines are just a few that can help to maintain a neat and well-organized space:
Examples for Bedrooms:
Examples for Bathrooms:
Examples for Kitchens:
Examples for Living Rooms or Multi-Function Family Rooms:
With a bit of creativity, the diligence needed to develop some new habits, and the right storage products, anyone can survive and even thrive in a small home environment.