Create Multifunctional Space in Your Home

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Create Multifunctional Space in Your Home

Postby BuyTime » Wed Jul 15, 2020 3:02 pm

Big lessons have been learnt about how we use our homes during lockdown. Multifunctional space that works harder for us needs to be the new norm. Houses for life after lockdown require different purposes dependent on the time of day or day of the week. 
 Suddenly our home now needs to offer the flexibility to be an office, a school, a gym, a playground, a teenage hang-out space, dog room as well as first and foremost a home. So how do we zone those areas and create multifunctional space without losing the heart of our homes?
 For many years we have helped client’s organise their homes, de-clutter, project manage house decoration, buy and sell furniture and help families create spaces that work better for them. Here are some of our top tips to create multifunctional space for your lives. Now is the time to look at how your home works for you and your family and supports your lifestyle. Whether you want a gym space in your flat or need to create various workstations for homeworkers, large and small, we can work wonders. We can arrange workmen, manage projects, liaise with gardeners, source and buy furniture and supplies and oversee the install.
 Our focus is our client. We therefore offer a flexible and transparent pricing structure, with no membership, contract or joining fees. There are no minimum use requirements – simply ‘buy time’ as it is needed. At Buy Time we support individuals and families for an individual project or on an on-going basis. Our long term relationships have benefited from this approach for well over a decade. We charge an hourly rate and in 5 minute slots. It is not as expensive as you think.

Please get in contact on 0781 2559904 or sallieaylott@buy-time.co.uk.
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