Many of the new houses built in cities are getting smaller and smaller and these space constraints are observed by more or less every house owner. It can get frustrating to live in a small home where you never seem to have enough room for storage, furniture and day-to-day life. You might also feel like moving somewhere else with a few more closets. But, did you know that there’s more space at your home that you can consider transforming for utility purpose? Here are few hidden spots in your house that you may not have thought about.
You can use this place to your advantage, by adding shelves, either alone, or stacked on top of each other. These can be conveniently used for nightstands in the bedroom, and in the bathroom, a spot for toiletries or towels that won’t fit in cabinets.
The space between your fridge and a wall can be a better storage option. You can build a thin shelf unit similar to a bookcase on wheels for this fix.
Our homes have shelves to hold television sets, place books etc. The place underneath them can be utilized to store excess things. You can easily store books, clothes, first aids etc. All rooms tend to have shelves and this can be an effective trick.
Shelves are usually stacked high. Use the space under shelves as a storage solution to keep boxes and shoes.
Above the frame of the door and before the ceiling, there is a space or a platform which is close to a foot. This very space can also be utilized to store a part of your excess things. You can easily store books and big boxes. On the sides of the door, you can also place hooks and hang clothes.
Now get started and leverage these double solutions for efficiency of space and time.