Hide Your Storage
Hidden storage is a brilliant way to keep things out-of the way but still accessible. Upholstered furniture, like this flip top bench can be used stylishly and effectively as hidden compartments for all sorts of items you’d rather not display on your living room sofa or bedroom dresser!
The ladder-style shelves of the perfect storage pieces will help you create a lighter look and feel for your small room. Not only that, but these narrow sets provide useful space to store all sorts items from big furniture up through those little necessities such as notebooks or envelopes!
Clear Off the Floor
Clutter can take up a lot of room in your home. But with clever storage solutions, you don’t have to sacrifice comfort or cleanliness for organization! Try this strategy: Mount small cubes or shelf units on the wall and use them as open shelving instead; there’s no need leave extra space around these items since they will stay put where we want them regardless if it is against an obstacle like furniture (which makes getting stuff out easier).
Don’t Discard Potential Storage
There are many ways to maximize space in your home, and one of the best methods is by using furniture with hidden storage. In this example from our bathroom stool we find an extra drawer that pulls out when needed for all those items you’ll need on hand during any given day – like towels or washcloths!
Use Your Windows
Natural light helps brighten dark corners and make tight rooms feel bigger. But windows can also gobble up walls that could otherwise serve as potential storage spots. To maximize both light and storage capacity, consider hanging shelves or racks across windows to keep pots, pans, and everyday dishes accessible.