You should never feel like you’re out of space for books. This idea can help transform your headboard into a functional space that not only adds to your bedroom’s design but also stores your reading material.
There are a few ways you can go about this, either you can add to your headboard by building shelves into the sides or you can DIY by upcycling a wooden pallet.
Hang Bathroom Items
Don't let your bathtub get overloaded with all your items like sponges, soaps, shampoos, and whatever else you bathe with. Instead, you could place all your supplies in a hanging vegetable storage unit.
This way, they're still easy to reach and won't constantly be causing a mess whenever you take a bath.
How to Store Your Batteries
It's rare that we would use all our batteries in one go, which means that we often lose a few in forgotten places, like the back of a cluttered drawer.
But what you could do to keep them safe is store them in a fishing tackle box. This way, you can find them easily the next time you need them.
Avoid a Cluttered Kitchen Cabinet by Hanging up Pots and Pans
No space for an overhead rack in your kitchen space? No problem. The best way to make space in small places is to stop stacking and start hanging. Simply place some corkboard on the inside of the cabinet and stick adhesive hooks on it. You can hang all your pots and pans and have tons of space.
No need to drill holes or knock-in nails. Sticking on wood is just as good and is completely hassle-free.
Unlikely Storage Spaces
With limited floor space, storage options need a creative edge and this is where things become interesting.
Many DIY pages suggest looking up by installing high shelving above the empty space above doorways. These spaces are often wasted but they can serve as very nifty nooks while doubling as an attractive feature.