Lets face it, we could all use a little more storage space in our homes. Here I have highlighted 18 ways that you can add more storage without adding more square footage.
Adding pegboard inside your closet, laundry room, or pantry will keep small items off the floor and within easy reach. via
Installing slide out storage under you kitchen and bathroom sinks allow you to easily reach items that would normally get lost in the back. via
Small shelves are easy to install and can add a ton of storage. Add them behind kitchen cabinets for spices and condiments, behind your bathroom cabinets to hold lotions and cosmetics, or behind your laundry room cabinets to hold stain removers and laundry soap. via
Adding full length shelves behind closet doors is a simple solution to controlling those overstuffed closets. via
A simple tray inside of your cabinets create a make shift shelve and will provide some much needed storage. via
Maximize your kitchen storage by adding slim shelving under the cabinets for spices or add hooks to hang pots and utensils. via
Look around your home for blank walls. Simple open shelving can be added to any room for additional storage space. via
Remove the kickboards under you kitchen and bathroom cabinets and replace them with some slide out storage. Great for large pans and serving trays, folding step stools, or spare towels and linens. via
Placing decorative boxes or baskets above your cabinets is a great way to store items that are not used often. Since the contents is concealed you can use these storage boxes for anything. via
With just a few supplies from the hardware store you can turn that empty space behind the door in to and amazing storage area. Perfect for supplies in the laundry room, storing books in a child's bedroom, or keep your makeup and cosmetics organized in the bathroom.
Slide out storage solutions not only add more storage but they can hide ugly gaps. Look for gaps around you home next to appliances, furniture, shelving, tub and shower, garage, or closets. You will be amazed at what you can fill those areas with. via
Carving a hole in your wall beteen studs is a great way to use up otherwise unusable space. Conceal the space with a mirror or picture frame. Or you can frame the space and leave it open for a nice display. via
These storage seats not only add storage but extra seating as well. Store your child's toys, books, or even hobby supplies.
Rolling storage is a great way to utilize the space under beds and other furniture. Using repurposed wooden boxes or drawers,these can be very inexpensive yet offer lots in the way of storage.via
A simple chain and S hook hung inside your closet can multiply the amount of clothes that you can fit in your closet.
Another place where you will find unused space is inside your stair case. Why not put that space to use by turning your stairs into hidden storage. via
Your bed is one of the largest pieces of furniture in your home. However, with a little work it can also double as an over sized storage area for suit cases, blankets, or anything else you can fit under there. via
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