With time, your home space will reduce depending on the amount of items you acquire. The more you continue buying things; definitely, those things will continue to eat up more space. Some of us can’t help it but hold on to stuff that has sentimental value or in other cases may be sold off instead of throwing them away. Proper handling and storage should be practiced to maintain the quality. Sometimes, we just dump old furniture and equipment in our garages, attics or basement. Arranging them and getting rid of what we really do not need would really improve the way our home looks and feels. You can undertake basement improvement and create more room. You would be surprised by the fact that you can even have room to set up a small office or even study. Have a garage sale once in a while. You can sell the stuff to your neighbors and use the money that you will collect to improve your home. Donating the equipment and assets to charity is also another option you can use. Whatever it is that you feel you cannot let go of and might be useful in future, store it well. Books, records, files and letters can be stored in boxes sealed and labeled. Ensure that they are stored in a dry safe place to avoid damage.