It’s the end of summer and you’ve had a chance to purge old things, get some new things, think about redecorating, or have taken the plunge and done it. When purging, what did you decide to do with those things? Did you get a self-storage unit until you could decide what to do with everything? If you’ve acquired a self-storage unit, chances are you have not entirely given up on everything and want to be able to go back and possibly add to your décor some of the things you’ve taken out.
While this may sound quite unconventional, sometimes it takes a removal of some things to get to the aesthetic you’re looking for. It isn’t until after you’ve purged some things or put them aside for some time that you realize some things really belong in your design scheme. It may have taken you looking at a design collection to get your creative juices flowing.
If you find yourself in this situation, don’t fret. You’re not alone. Thankfully, being able to acquire a self-storage unit to hold your things while you become a design genius was just what you needed at the time. Just think – if you had gotten rid of a very important piece, you would have been very disappointed. Self-storage units can be used for a variety of purposes and this is one that is quite familiar in the design world.
Designers use self-storage facilities all the time to house fabrics, swatches and more, especially when there’s a surplus that won’t fit in the studio. You’d be surprised at how many corporations utilize self-storage as an everyday option in their business processes. Next time you’re pondering what to do to your living room or bedrooms, remove everything, ponder your pieces while they are housed elsewhere and get to designing!
After it’s all said and done, you’ll be able to do before and after pics – the perfect estimation of how your home measured up.