By Runwal Group Posted Jul 24, 2019 In Home decor
When you walk into an Indian household, you will find there’s always the need for more storage space. Whether it is in the kitchen or the bedroom, the storage space given with a home is never enough. Now, if you happen to own say, luxury flats in Kanjurmarg and come across Runwal Group luxury flats at the Runwal Luxury Collection homes, you will be blessed with an abundance of space with large closets and built-in cabinets. However, not everyone is as lucky. But with the right materials and some creative ideas, you can find some clever storage solutions to make your house look clutter-free without having to do away with your prized belongings.
Read on for some simple storage ideas and easy DIY projects at home designed to organise and streamline the messy space in your home.
A Freestanding Closet
You may find yourself stuffing your clothes in the wardrobe due to lack of space. When it is packed to the brim, a freestanding closet or a clothing rack is a great solution. Another great advantage? Since the closet will be out in the open, it will force you to keep it organised and not stack the clothes in a pile.
Roll Up Cart
Sometimes, installing custom-made shelves in your bathroom can be a pain. Instead, buy a tiny cart that rolls up such as a bar cart and stack it up neatly with linens, robes and even soaps and shampoos. You can even add scented candles and fresh flowers to the mix for a fragrant bathroom every day.
Repurpose Old Filing Cabinets
Are the old filing cabinets lying around collecting dust? Repurpose them and line them up as makeshift cabinets in the kitchen where you can hang all the spoons and ladles. You can even keep the fine china in the drawers along with the expensive silverware.
One of the cleverest ideas for storage space - door shelf! You can design one that sits above the door frame or within the outline of the door frame. You can stash the lighter and everyday use items such as socks, handkerchiefs and scarves in the door shelf. Use a solid colour to pain the shelf so it stands out, giving your door and the bedroom space a new look.