Most end and bedside tables are inefficient when it comes to storage and space.
Rather than wasting valuable space, you can replace your small tables with a mobile trolley that offers multiple levels of space and can fit into almost any corner or cranny.
Floppy Disk Container
Who said floppy disks no longer serve a purpose? Well, not us anymore. Now you can collect all your old floppy disks and repurpose them into a storage box for your desk. How neat!
Grab five of these, set them in a box shape, and hot glue the sides and corners together. This floppy disk organizer works great as a makeshift caddy that's not only portable but also easy to make.
Insulated wires like cords and cables have a tendency to clutter your space while getting tangled. If only they'd keep their cool, you probably wouldn't need to research storage hacks like you're doing right this moment.
This is why we recommend you use paper towels rolls or toilet paper rolls (or any kind of roll for that matter) and store all your cables in a shoebox.
Unlikely Storage Spaces
With limited floor space, storage options need a creative edge and this is where things become interesting.
Many DIY pages suggest looking up by installing high shelving above the empty space above doorways. These spaces are often wasted but they can serve as very nifty nooks while doubling as an attractive feature.
Avoid a Cluttered Kitchen Cabinet by Hanging up Pots and Pans
No space for an overhead rack in your kitchen space? No problem. The best way to make space in small places is to stop stacking and start hanging. Simply place some corkboard on the inside of the cabinet and stick adhesive hooks on it. You can hang all your pots and pans and have tons of space.
No need to drill holes or knock-in nails. Sticking on wood is just as good and is completely hassle-free.