Have you ever felt like no matter how much you rearrange or clean up your house, it’s like there’s still not enough space? You’ve tried different layouts and tidied up all that unnecessary junk, but it still feels like there’s not enough room. If you’re sick of feeling so claustrophobic with your home, there’s a ton of different solutions for that. To increase space in your home, here are some renovation projects you might want to consider to add more space to your home.


Loft Conversion

You might have an upper story or an attic that you’ve turned into your storage area for the stuff you rarely use but decide to keep anyway. This part of your house could just be serving as a home for a bunch of spiders rent-free, collecting a ton of dust and spider webs when you could’ve been using it for something more useful.

Consider turning it into a loft area serving as a bedroom or any kind of room you want to turn it into. You can even turn it into your own private cinema room. If you have the budget for it, you can try adding some lounge chairs to complete that cinema feels. Though, if you prioritize maximizing the space and increasing comfortability, you can opt for a bunch of mattresses or cushions that go from one corner to the other, partnered with a ton of pillows so you can lie down however you want while watching your favorite movie.

However, keep in mind that this type of project may be costly depending on the results you want to achieve. The loft conversion cost is determined by the type of loft conversion you wish to go with, including the accessories and other equipment you’re going to incorporate in it. It is recommended to hire a professional because not only are they knowledgeable about what they’re doing, but you’ll also be able to save money from buying unnecessary or excess materials that you might purchase if you’re just renovating on your own. Plus, rest assured that their work is sturdy, durable, and of quality. Create and stick with a budget so that you won’t go overboard and end up spending too much than originally planned.


Enclose It

If you have a porch, a deck, a terrace, or any area considered outside your house but attached to it, you can definitely consider enclosing it to add more space indoors. This is a great renovation project for those with homes that have these and rarely use these outdoor areas. Give these areas a new purpose as well as a new look to the exterior of your house by enclosing them.

However, make sure that you have a little more budget since it might cost you a little more, considering you literally have to spend money for the purchasing of materials and construction of new walls, roof, and flooring. You might also be needing to hire a contractor and other professionals to aid you in the construction process unless you are one yourself and don’t need any help from one. Renovations such as these must be performed with knowledge because you don’t want your roof unexpectedly collapsing on you and potentially endangering many lives.


Add a Second Story

Now, this renovation project is no joke and it is truly costly. Adding a second story to your originally single-story house will seriously cost you more than other kinds of renovation. You’re literally adding another story on top of your current house, and that takes a lot of effort and careful thought. The removal of the roof and demolition of some parts of the top of the house to give way for the new floor itself already costs so much.

This kind of project is especially difficult if your house is somewhat old already and some parts are prone to breakage if additional weight is put on it. You don’t want your whole house collapsing on itself. That’s why proper planning should be made and a lot of considerations should be kept in mind with this kind of project. You should also think about the needs of the people living in your house and how you can design a new story to address these.

There are so much more renovation projects you can do to have additional space in your home. Just remember that projects such as these shouldn’t be rushed. You want it to be useful and much more functional just as much as it is spacious. Keep in mind that it will take some time and money, and you should be prepared for all the unexpected costs. However, just know that it will all be worth it in the end.