Whether working on a private project or indulging in a moment of quiet, we all need time to ourselves. In this large household, space for both shared and solo activities was a must, and by zoning up areas of the home and utilising smart storage solutions, the ideal mix was found.
Creating privacy in a shared bedroom
The two shared bedrooms have been split down the middle in different ways, with one using a more classic room divider and curtain combination and the other choosing hanging storage to partition the space. Picking a bunkbed also means there is always room for a guest without taking up valuable floorspace.
Creating zones with storage
In a home with a largely open plan layout, zones for a diverse range of activities have been created with larger storage units, slicing up the area effortlessly and effectively.
Private storage and organisation in common spaces
Both wheelable and lockable cabinets make it easy to keep private things organised, accessible and separated, even in communal areas of a home. In the bathroom, narrow shelves have also been divided up so that everyone has their own space without confusing products.
Closed wall storage that’s just for me
Closed wall storage close to the kitchen has been divided equally giving each housemate an individual space for more personal kitchen items, such as a delicious treat or special glassware.
On wheels for easy organisation and extra space
Wheelable storage and surfaces make spaces so much more dynamic, whether it’s a trolley used for a single activity like painting, or coffee tables to change the function of a space.