Which Rooms Do You Use the Most?

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Your home is your refuge – the place where you go to get away from it all. That’s not to say that you don’t deal with stress and frustration at home, but even when you do, you can shut the door to your bedroom and relax for at least a few minutes.

There are rooms in your house that you use more than others, and if you live alone or it’s just you and your spouse or partner, there might be rooms that don’t get used very often at all (we’re looking at you, formal dining room). At EZ Storage® in Detroit, we can help you find a suitable self-storage solution for anything that you want to move out of the house, in order to make more space in those rooms that you use on a regular basis.

The Bedroom

dreamstime_xxl_16599408The bedroom is obviously a space that you use on a daily basis, since it’s where you go to sleep or relax once the day is done. You’ve filled it with comforts such as a new mattress and a flat screen TV, but what about the other furniture and accessories? If you have an oversized dresser or wardrobe that simply takes up too much space, it can be a good idea to move it to another part of the house, or put it in storage until you decide what to do with it, such as sell it or donate it to a local charity. It’s important to be able to move around your bedroom with ease, and having more space allows you to do just that.

The Bathroom

The bathroom is another space that you use every day, and it’s important to organize and optimize the space as much as you can. Since nearly everything in the room is fixed in place, moving large items out isn’t usually an option. Even though you can’t move the shower or the sink to make more room, you can keep the space open by not filling it with moveable furniture such as a linen rack or extra shelving. Storing your towels and washcloths in a hallway closet can save your bathroom from feeling cluttered, and keeping the vanity countertop clean can help you feel more at ease while getting ready in the morning.

The Kitchen

You might be someone who loves to cook, and therefore you spend a majority of your time in the kitchen. You have all of the pots and pans that you need, but there may be things that you only use during the holidays, such as cake pans or cookie sheets. Storing these elsewhere will give you the room you need for the cookware and utensils that you use on a regular basis. If you have a huge collection of cookbooks that you’ve compiled over the years, then go through the ones you use most often and keep them in the kitchen. The rest of them you can put in a box and place in self-storage until you decide you want to use them or you give them to someone else.

The Living Room

dreamstime_xxl_56484887The living room is where you go to relax with your family. It can be a game room, a home theater, and anything else you want it to be. It can also be the place where the most clutter builds up, since it’s easy to leave things out instead of finding a good place to store them. You may have baskets of laundry that need to be put away, or the kids may leave board games out after playing with them, and investing in some storage trunks or cabinets that complement the living room furniture can be a smart way to go. If you have larger items or furniture that you want to move out of the living room, then a self-storage unit can often be the best option.

No matter which rooms you use the most (or the least), EZ Storage® in Detroit is here to help you find the perfect solution for those items that you want to move out of the house in order to make more space in certain rooms. If your bedroom or living is feeling cluttered, or you’re remodeling your kitchen and need to store some things for a few months, then we can help you find the ideal unit.

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