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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Make some roomAlmost any renovation project will require you to be living in fewer rooms than usual, and these areas will probably need to be multi-functional. If you’re not going to keep all your room furniture when the work is finished, it’s a good idea to pass pieces on or sell them before the work starts. It’s far better to plan in time for a good declutter prior to the renovations so that you have fewer items to move, pack, store and unpack once the work is finished.If you’re planning to use a garage or loft for storage during the project, check in advance that large items will fit through doors and openings. Also, make sure you’ve cleared out sufficient space for the furniture to fit in. Alternatively, you could rent a secure storage locker while the renovations take place.