Organizing A Victorian Tiny House
Victorian tiny house with Space and storage can become a problem in a small house if you have many possessions or large storage devices. You have to make full use of existing storage space and use lighter colors to make smaller rooms look larger. You also need to keep things organized and choose smaller furniture, so the house does not look messy.
Buy a coffee table or nightstands that feature extra storage space. Use these pieces to store magazines, unused candles, DVD movies, games, remote controls and blankets used during the colder winter months. Storage of these smaller objects will make rooms less messy and look more organized.
Avoid using larger lighting accessories such as chandeliers and hanging lamps. Use higher floor lamps and buy them in lighter colors, such as cream or white. Taller lights take up less space in a Victorian tiny house than a large ceiling light or a chandelier. Put higher lights behind furniture or in corners to make more room in the room.
Install corner shelves to keep decorations or items that you want to leave in the room, such as books or plants. If you want a desk in your house too, choose a corner because it takes up less space than a rectangular desk. A corner desk can also help you organize your Victorian tiny house, as the objects on the desktop will be limited to the triangular space on the desktop. The rest of the items should be tucked away until needed.