Storage ideas for small spaces
Store things in an ottoman
Investing in a fine storage ottoman or updating an old one is a no-fail way to store the various items flowing around your living room that can never appear to find a good home.
Also, because it’s equivalent parts the function and form, it’ll do double-duty, performing to warm up your aesthetic and improve your comfort at the same time, it keeps your clutter out of sight.
Keep items under your bed
Under-the-bed storage is often one of the first options people turn to when in need of storage solutions, but pushing things under there without a system in place that keeps them organised can quickly turn into a big cluttered mess.
Fortunately, there are plenty of affordable pull-out drawers, customisable containers, and divisions particularly made to store your items neatly under the bed. Choosing to invest in one is one of those executive decisions you would wish you had made years ago.
Store extras on the coffee table
Living rooms have a gift for overflowing with remotes, magazines, crafts, etc until you feel like you’re drowning in clutter. If this sounds acquainted, consider this an awesome easy storage choice. When it comes to hiding items in plain sight, the power of coffee table storage comes in handy.
Tuck away shoes
Due to their bulk and abundance, shoes can be a considerable headache for cramped quarter organisations. Although with some creativity, tucking them away in even the least of spaces is doable.
A drawer with pull-out drawers like these is a storage fiend’s dream come true. It’ll look grand in your living room, supply extra surface area, and keep the order you need.
Use doors for extra storage
Your room entrances or cabinet doors are perfect out-of-sight places to dangle hooks for bathrobes, towels, or even shoe caddies. Washroom vanity cabinets often have hooks or holders for hair dryers or other caddies for your bathroom needs. Kitchen pantry or cabinet doors are renowned for holding spices, lids, plastic wraps, and foil. What do you need to store? Think it, and assured, a door shelf or caddy has been developed for being screwed on or hanging up from the door.
Fill awkward spaces
In a close home, every corner counts! Make the most of the space under the stairs by adding small storage resolutions. Baskets and crates keep paperwork and craft supplies organised, and a low drawer is great for storing things out of sight.