What could possibly be one of the biggest problems facing large families today is that there is simply no more space in the house for storage, leisure, or basically just living in general anymore. Often, a more or less permanent solution is required for these issues, and there are many, many ways you can make your cramped house feel much roomier.
If you have free rein to knock things around in your personal living arrangements without having to deal with an angry landlord somewhere down the line, a full loft or cellar renovation can go a long way. Gone are the messy heaps of cardboard boxes lazily slung about, vacuum bags of clothes long grown out of, and old heirlooms hidden in the dust and dark, making way for a slightly neater arrangement of items. Move everything to the side, maybe throw up some shelves and a cupboard, put a desk and a computer/laptop in there, make yourself a whole new office with the space that you never cared about or even thought about before!
Another, quite similar method is a garden office, especially garden office sheds. Yes, the humble shed can be used for far more things than simply storing old gardening tools, broken fragments of plant pots, and muddy boots. Done well, they can be perfectly done up to make a beautiful office space. And if you don’t have a pre-existing shed? Well, there are many companies that can build and set one up for you, according to your specifications about spacing and budget!
The final choice is a house extension. If you have enough free space and spare cash to have an extension built onto your house, you can add a new bathroom, kitchen, extend your living room, build your own gym, a brand-new personal office, anything you could possibly want! Obviously, any decent-sized extension is bound to cost slightly more than your average garden office shed or loft renovation/organization, but any cost is more than made up for with the extra freedom and space it offers to you, provided you hire a decent-quality company with a majority of good reviews to do the work. There is absolutely nothing worse than paying a bad-quality company for a bad-quality service, then having to pay someone else extra to clean up the mistakes the original workers made, especially when said service is building a whole new room onto your house!