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emoticon emoticon Ideas, some I already do, but some new ones I never thought of, maybe I can do. Gonna try, thanks again.


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by Maria Gracia

Need to find more storage space in your home? Just look around, you’re sure to find quite a bit of empty spaces that you never thought you had!

1) Look behind you Use the empty space behind doors, cupboards and cabinets for storage. There are several storage products available that cater to this type of space, for instance: hanging back-of-door organizers, hooks, peg boards, and racks. (While I don’t recommend using back-of-door organizers for shoes, they can be used to store toys, hobby supplies, cleaning supplies, etc.) Racks and hanging organizers on the inside of kitchen and bathroom cupboards work great for storing cleaning and dishwashing supplies, wash cloths, brooms, dustpans and more.

2) Be a wall flower Storing items vertically (or on your wall) is another fantastic approach to finding more space. Wall space under kitchen cupboards works really well for storing frequently used cooking utensils, pots and pans. The wall above your desk is another great place to keep office supplies…there are many unique desk products to accommodate all your office supplies and keep them within arm’s reach. Using shelves is yet another way to store commonly used items.

3) Peek under your bed Under your bed is an effective space to store out-of-season clothes, as well as bedding and blankets. Find long and short containers, preferably with wheels so they slide in and out easily, to store these items under your bed. Or purchase a bed with built- in drawers. With that being said, NEVER store junk under your bed!

4) Open the closet Increase the space in your closets by installing hooks, jewelry organizers, adding another clothing rod, shoe racks, shelves, or even putting a small dresser inside for more storage space. Use hangers with multiple tiers for skirts and pants.

5) Increase drawer space Find additional space in your drawers by purchasing drawer organizers, with individual compartments. This will give you that extra storage space that you need. Finally, if you’ve used up all your possible storage space, then you might have to start consider downsizing your belongings.

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