Functional decorations are certainly not a new thing, but here’s an innovative take on adorning your walls if you’re short on wardrobe space.
Buy some striking wooden hangers as they suit most decor types and layer your clothes onto the wall. Not only will they be easily accessible but also add a little flair to an empty wall.
Insulated wires like cords and cables have a tendency to clutter your space while getting tangled. If only they'd keep their cool, you probably wouldn't need to research storage hacks like you're doing right this moment.
This is why we recommend you use paper towels rolls or toilet paper rolls (or any kind of roll for that matter) and store all your cables in a shoebox.
Floppy Disk Container
Who said floppy disks no longer serve a purpose? Well, not us anymore. Now you can collect all your old floppy disks and repurpose them into a storage box for your desk. How neat!
Grab five of these, set them in a box shape, and hot glue the sides and corners together. This floppy disk organizer works great as a makeshift caddy that's not only portable but also easy to make.
Hangers to Dry Make up Brushes
If you've got brushes to dry and you're keen to hang them up, you can always use a hanger and fasten them with your hair ties. This hack doesn't only have to work for make-up brushes, it can work for all kinds of small tools and utensils.
This trick is especially useful if you need to clear some space from your closet and need a makeshift drying rack.
If you're running out of room on surfaces like tables and shelves, there are loads of items you can move and hang from the ceiling!
The ornamental plants in the picture are a great example, but you can use that space for pretty much anything. All you need to do is attach hooks to your ceiling and attach a hanging tray, freeing up floor space.