Another easy way to carve out more storage space would be to utilize the back of your doors.
Simply hang your storage bins to the insides of your bathroom, pantry, or closet doors and stock them with items you often use like towels, hair products, and accessories.
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.
Filling the top or bottom of your closet with a box of items you don't wear as frequently will help free up some space.
But it will also cause you to constantly search through those bins trying to remember what the hell you put in there, so it's best to try clear containers so you can easily see through.
Utilize Wasted Space
Most furniture like beds and sofas have a lot of space underneath them. You can easily put these spaces to good use and stash away those items you don't use too often.
Make the most of your space with drawers or storage containers made specifically for under your bed or couch.