Bed Sheets, pillowcases, and duvet covers can take up loads of space in your closet. So it’s best to not store them in the closet, to begin with!
If you find yourself looking for a clever way to store your extra linen, then you can fold them as flat as you can and store them under your mattress. For maximum results, you can even try vacuum packing the textile before storing it.
How to Store Your Batteries
It's rare that we would use all our batteries in one go, which means that we often lose a few in forgotten places, like the back of a cluttered drawer.
But what you could do to keep them safe is store them in a fishing tackle box. This way, you can find them easily the next time you need them.
Hang Bathroom Items
Don't let your bathtub get overloaded with all your items like sponges, soaps, shampoos, and whatever else you bathe with. Instead, you could place all your supplies in a hanging vegetable storage unit.
This way, they're still easy to reach and won't constantly be causing a mess whenever you take a bath.
Style With Bed Slats
There's nothing more satisfying than being able to repurpose old furniture and make it into something else, all by yourself! In this DIY idea, you can reuse your bed slats and hang them from two coat hooks.
Once they're up and ready you can hang whatever you need, flower pots, keys, chopping boards. You can easily attach them to S-hooks you can find at any hardware store and customize it to your needs.
Hold Onto Your LEGO
Who would have thought that our childhood toys could one day be repurposed into a key organizer?
There are so many ways your can turn these little blocks into something more, from holding your cords, to storing your keys and stationery. The options are endless!