You’ve got so much stuff! It’s a wonder that you can even see the walls from where you’re standing, let alone find any space to put it. But we’re here to help. We’ll show you how to maximize your storage and use every inch of space in your home, no matter how small or large it may be. So that everything stays in one place and you don’t have to waste time looking for things all over again.
Use Vertical Space
By using vertical space, you can maximize storage in your home. You may have a kitchen or bathroom with no storage space available for all of the items that need to be stored there. You may even find yourself trying to fit everything into the corners of your bedroom and beyond!
If this sounds familiar, it’s time to take advantage of some of the hidden spaces around your home like those above your bed or under stairs, that are often overlooked by homeowners who aren’t aware they exist until they start looking for ways to maximize their living spaces.
Stack It Up
Stacking stuff is one of the most obvious ways to maximize storage space in your house, but it’s also one of the most underutilized. If you’ve ever tried stacking two baskets together or two crates together, you know how hard it can be to get them aligned just right.
Stacking drawers may seem like an obvious way to store smaller items that don’t require much height like pens and pencils but they’re also great for larger items like blankets and pillows. For example: I have four different sets of sheets on my bed now because I kept buying new ones when mine got dirty (and then never washing them). Instead of buying these expensive sheets over and over again every month or so for months at a time until I finally decided enough was enough and threw away every single one except those from last week’s date.I could have bought more than 15 sets instead!
Keep the Floor Clear
The secret to maximizing your space is to keep the floor clear. If you have a lot of shoes, use a shoe rack or bench; if not, try using drawers in a cubby or shelf. You can also create an entire closet out of nothing but shelves! We’ve done it ourselves before and our results were great.
If you want more storage options than what I just described above (and who doesn’t?), there are plenty more ideas out there that will help expand upon this one idea into something even bigger than we could’ve imagined at first glance:
- Shoe cabinets – these are essentially boxes with doors on them so that when opened up like bookshelves they’ll give off an airy feeling which makes them perfect for storing any kind of household items from clothing items such as shirts/shorts etc., shoes (which would be stored inside), hats/gloves etc..
Get Creative With Wall Space
- Use coat hooks. A coat rack is an excellent way to hang clothes in the closet, but it can be bulky and take up precious floor space. If you want more storage in your home without adding another piece of furniture, consider hanging items from a hook instead. You can find hooks at any hardware store or online and they’re also perfect for storing hats and scarves!
- Use shelves. Shelving is another great way to maximize wall space: just make sure that whatever you put on the shelf has its own resting spot so nothing falls off (or gets knocked over by someone walking past). This will prevent clutter from spreading throughout your house and make life easier for everyone involved, especially since everyone wants less clutter around them when they have their hands full with other tasks like cleaning up after dinner parties or putting together Ikea furniture pieces
Store Bulky Items in the Garden
If you have a large garden, then the solution to storing bulky items is easy: build yourself a shed. A garden shed is just what it sounds like a building for storing things in your backyard. You can use it for everything from tools and gardening equipment to lawnmowers and bicycles.
You may think that building a shed could be expensive, but there are plenty of ways to make your own without breaking the bank. For example:
- Go on an adventure looking for discarded materials (or buy them secondhand) at flea markets or garage sales; then use those materials as inspiration when designing your design!
Make Use of Odd Corners
If you have an odd corner in your house, it’s time to make use of it. Corner shelves are a great way to maximize space and storage. They’re designed so that they can hold things like books or plants, but they also help keep things organized by providing a place for everything from mailboxes to keys and phone chargers.
If you have a corner cabinet fitted into the wall, consider adding one more shelf above the door in order to store more items on top of what’s already there (or even under). This way you’ll be able to get rid of clutter without having any extra drawers full of stuff!
Corner desks are another great idea. They’re not just useful for those who need somewhere else besides their bedside table; they can also be used as additional surfaces where people can put down their laptops while working on something else at home (like watching Netflix).
A cubbyhole is basically just another name for cabinets that aren’t built into walls; however, they still provide plenty of extra storage space when compared with traditional cabinets/drawers because these types do not take up floor space either! Many people choose this type because they don’t want anything taking up too much room inside their homes or perhaps because they don’t have enough room left over after installing all those other amenities mentioned earlier today?
We hope this article has given you some ideas for how to maximize your space. If you notice that something is taking up too much space in your home, it’s time to get rid of it and make room for something else!