You’re lucky if you happen to have some room in your medicine cabinets, but the chances are good that you don’t and whenever you open them, everything comes falling out.
If this is the case, you could replace your useless cabinet with a slightly bigger and more functional unit.
Make Your Own Closet
If you don't have a walk-in closet, make one! An empty corner or unoccupied wall can effortlessly be transformed into your very own dream closet.
The best part about DIY is that you get to choose exactly how you want it to look, you can use a tension rod, curtains, or even sliding doors.
This applies to most furniture you own. See if you can double down on their functionality by installing storage space under your coffee table or your sofa.
If you're looking to change things up, you could also ditch an old sofa in favor of a cabinet that can be spread with cushions.
Double Your Hangers
There's another easy way to double your closet capacity without spending loads of cash to revamp your closet or buy special hangers.
All you need to do is attach a soda can top to your hanger's hook and layer more hangers through.
Hang Your Chip Bags
Who said your pants hanger is exclusively meant for your closet? Why not use it in the kitchen and hang up snack bags that have been opened but unfinished?
Now you don't have to worry about any spillage from these bags that might also be taking up unnecessary space in your pantry.