Can you remember the day when you were moving into your home? I bet you were impressed with the abundance of space you now have. Well, now we’re here looking for ways to free up space within the house. With the family home being an extremely busy place, it’s very difficult to stay on top of everything and keep the house organised. For this reason, we have put together a number of quickfire storage tips, helping to free up space and get your home organised again.
Invest In A Freestanding Closet
The corner of a room is often overlooked when it comes to storage, but within every small house, it’s crucial that you utilise every inch of space available to you. Why not transform the corner of your bedroom into a beautiful new closet to hang your favourite clothing items? A small investment today will help free up a substantial amount of space in your cupboards of draws.
Wall Mount Your Favourite Magazines
Has your coffee table started to drown in magazines? Well, then its time for a clear up. We understand that you might not be ready to start throwing away all of these magazines but you’re ready to accept they need organising. Why not install some small shelves to the wall which enable you to clean up the magazines whilst still keeping them easily accessible? DIY might not be your strong point but a couple of new shelves will completely transform your living space in the long run.
Hang Your Cooking Equipment
Have you got a cupboard which is completely overrun with pots and pans? This is definitely the most traditional way to store our cooking equipment but this does not mean its the best use of the space. Hanging these items from a rack is a great way to free up some storage units space whilst still having these essential pieces of equipment close to hand. Most pots and pans come with a little hole in the handle which would perfectly when hanging them from a rack.
Wall Mount Sports Equipment
Mounting your favourite bike, fishing rod or even kaya on the wall is an amazing way to create a featured wall. One that stands out from the rest whilst freeing up space for the rest of the family to enjoy. Many have lost the use of the garage as a result of too much sports equipment, by simply moving these items into the home you can regain your garage.
Create A Herb And Spice Wall
This is definitely the storage idea I will be using in my own home! The kitchen is a space where we require the most storage. With the weekly shop taking up so much space within our fridge, freezer and cupboards we need to make sure we can free up as much space as possible. Why not install a couple of dedicated herb and spice shelves within the kitchen? From there you can organise all of your herbs and spices along the shelf, saving you space whilst creating that contemporary kitchen design you have always dreamt about.
Utilise The Space Under Your Bed
It can be easy to forget about all of the storage space found underneath the bed. Depending on the make of your bed, you may just have an untapped source of storage which you never thought about. Why not use this space to store you freshly washed bed sheets or those spare blankets that only come out during the coldest days of winter? Whatever you decide to use this space for is completely up to know.
Kian is the content writer for Quicksilver and updates our blog every month. He enjoys helping out our customers with moving tips and advice.