As a Realtor, I often meet buyers who feel they need more space than they can afford – leaving them feeling trapped and uncertain of what to do. I encourage anyone looking for a lower mortgage payment to have an open mind about the use of space and what they have learned to be “enough”.
Here are some creative way’s to make a room multi-functional.
^^^A pull out table in the kitchen area can be used as a desk, cooking/prep station, or eat-in dinning table.
^^^This area can work as either a lounge/living area with coffee table or dining area by adjusting the table height.
^^^Kids can still have space to play in a small room by building a second level for the bed. You can really take this idea in many directions. It’s a kids room so have fun!
^^^This long, narrow space works as both a living room and office.
^^^Love this one. A fold out kids art station on the back side of a kitchen counter/bar. If you don’t have kids, this would still be a great way to welcome guests who do!
^^^With a murphey bed, you can turn a living room or office in to a guest room with the pull of a handle.
^^^Turn an awkward void in to a cozy nook.
^^^Even floor space can be used for storage.
If you’re considering downsizing and in the Gainesville area, be sure to give me a call. I’d love to help you see the possibilities.