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This unused attic could be converted into additional living space.

Making Use of Little-Used Space

There is a new trend in home remodeling. Instead of blueprints for a new home or a large addition, designers are beginning to see plans for transforming little-used space. This cost and time-efficient method is one of the best ways to improve your home. For example, you can sacrifice part of an adjacent dining room that is rarely used in order to remodel your kitchen. Also, space under stairs can be turned into office space, a laundry room, etc. Storage shelves high in children’s rooms are a good idea, too. The most popular examples of transforming space are when basements or attics are turned into living spaces. Utilizing the space you already own is definitely a great way to remodel.


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09/21/2008 08:59 AM Allison1888

Great idea. We decorate even the smallest spaces -- for sitting areas, plant areas, etc. -- really makes a difference.

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11/10/2008 10:09 AM philros

It also serves as a great way to get rid of all that stuff your saving for the kids when they move out.

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