5 Home Storage Features on Every Home-buyer’s Wish List
When you’re in the home-buying process, the less clutter – the better. At least, this is what it seems to be among modern home-buyers. The stuffy garages and crowded storage areas? Yeah, that’s a no-no for Millennial these days. That being said: people are looking for efficient places to store their items so they’re more organized. They want more organization and accessibility.
Thankfully, there are several options for today’s home-buyers when it comes to their desires.
Typically among young people (college students, recent college graduates), home cooking tends to be the more popular option. Opposed to going to restaurants, people tend to lean towards home cooking for the affordability. Now, if you’re that type of person that’d rather cook at home, a walk-in pantry would probably be perfect for you. It allows you to organize an abundant amount of tools and necessities – even beyond cooking. You can store Ziploc bags to soup cans to sponges.
If you’re not familiar with a mudroom, it’s almost like a closet but it’s an extra space that serves as an extra entryway for wet clothing or coats. If you have children, including pets (for some people), a mudroom is a great option for the organization. We all know the irritating muddy footprints, smelly socks, and bags dumped in the front door (as if it’s not the first spot our guests see). Thankfully, mudrooms – big or small – take care of that issue. Mudrooms can range from $100 to $1,000 depending on the size and fanciness, but Home Depot and an online site called Wayfair seem to be people’s go-to options.
Just like a mudroom, a closet is to prevent us from dumping clothes just anywhere. A closet doesn’t have to be big or fancy to do the job; you have options from walk-in closets to hallway ones. It’s important that when buying a new house, you ensure you have room for closet space. It doesn’t have to be such a big space, but keep in mind the places in dire need such as bedrooms.
The laundry room: a sweaty, loud, stinky room. Yet, we can’t live without it – why would we? When it comes to a laundry room, most people don’t want a tiny area set off on the side or in the hallway. Most home-buyers want a designated area for their laundry room. After all, several functions such as ironing, washing and drying, folding, and a rack for soft, cotton clothes need to have their special area.
Attics upon attics of old toys, awkward memories, junk, and the headphones you were looking for the other day. Yes, the garage always seems to be the typical spot for lack of organization and convenience. Sometimes even, a garage that fits more than one vehicle isn’t just for vehicles – it’s to organize things with cabinets or shelves.
So, are you already and set to buy an organized home? Chances are if you’re reading this – you’re thinking about buying a home or you’re in the process. If you ever need help with that – you know the deal! Our Toronto and Kenora movers are more than happy to help you. Click on our website for a quote today!