12 ways you can improve your home…
Add outlets to drawers to keep clutter off of the table top.
Use recessed outlets so you can put your furniture against the wall.
Build drawers in the wasted space between studs in the wall.
Install dutch doors so you can watch your kids/pets without baby gates.
Make the space your fake drawers take up functional.
Add a shelf to a long hallway for extra storage space.
If your garage is adjacent to your kitchen, add a little door to make unloading groceries easier.
Hide away appliances behind sliding doors.
Instead of bunk beds, install classy murphy beds for your kids.
Add a sun tunnel to rooms you wish had more natural sunlight.
Use stainless steel contact paper to make your appliances look more expensive.
Buy a toilet seat where everyone can have their own tab.