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.
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.
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.
A Home for Plastic Bags
We usually stuff our plastic bags in an unseen corner, like under the sink but why not save them in a dispensing bag that you can hang from your pantry?
These dispensing bags come with a hole that makes retrieving plastic bags easy. Another option is to use a fishnet bag with large holes. You can also make your own crochet version or in just a few minutes with a sewing machine, there are many tutorials on YouTube.
Swap Your Bulky Hangers
Plastic hangers are pretty cheap, but they can quickly bulk up your closet while letting your clothes slip right off. We recommend you make the switch to clip hangers that have extra grip.
The tight clips will keep even your most delicate silks from falling off the hanger and into a pile on the floor.