Everyone dreams of a huge mansion as their house, with everything you could possibly need settled under one roof. However, not everyone can afford that kind of luxury. A lot of us are stuck with a small house, at least until we can afford a bigger one. Some of us won’t even think of getting a bigger house unless the members of the house suddenly grew in quantity (i.e. expecting kids or extended family are moving in). How will we ever satisfy our thirst for luxurious living?
It’s actually very possible to make your small home more luxurious. There are additions that might sound expensive, but in the long run it won’t cost too much. Take a look at these luxurious additions.
Yes, a swimming pool is something that supposedly, only rich people can have. However, you can try hiring a luxury pool builder and design your own pool that won’t cost too much for maintenance. For example, infinity pools are very in right now, but it costs a lot to maintain its cleanliness and to build it. You can try a cheaper building pool that looks just as luxurious in your back yard that is built with thick, strong glass. It will look like an infinity pool built on ground, and you can take cool underwater pictures without needing an underwater camera.
A small house doesn’t mean that you can’t have a beautiful outdoor view. You can alter your backyard, no matter the size, and turn it into a themed garden. Japanese gardens are very in right now, and you won’t even have to spend that much on landscaping as the Japanese gardens are very low maintenance. Find inspirations on landscaping books that are themed, such as Victorian gardens, European gardens, Japanese gardens, tropical gardens, etc. It will take some time and you’ll probably need to hire a gardener, but your small house will look fantastic with this hidden secret in your backyard.
Forget turning one of the empty rooms in your house into an office, your office is in your office! And don’t bother turning your attic into a storage room, declutter every week and you won’t have the need for one. Turn one of those empty spaces into a cinema room instead. If you have kids, they’ll especially love this. All you have to do is get a projector and speakers, along with a comfortable sofa or even just bean bags. You can have movie nights once a week with the family, to see old movies or new movies, with bags of popcorn ready as snacks. Not only will it feel boujee for you to say “I have a cinema room in my house”, it will also be the room you’ll use to bond with the rest of your house members.