If you’re like me, you might have a slight tendency to hoard things. Once something is in your possession, it’s kind of hard to let it go or throw it away even if it no longer has any value. And when you start hoarding objects, you eventually run out of storage space in your home. Don’t fret! We’ve compiled a list of ways to create more storage in your household. Do you need extra closet space, kitchen space, bedroom space, or bathroom space? We’ve found a few solutions for it all! Check out these DIY solutions to help you de-clutter a little bit.Instead of having an actual table as your nightstand, save space by installing this small shelf as an alternative. It works just the same!
Use a utility cart to store and organize all sorts of items at once. You can use each tier/level for a different type of items.
Create more space in your pantry by adding lazy susans into the corners of your pantry. It doesn’t seem like much space is added, but trust us, a little goes a long way.
Having a lot of hair tools can be overwhelming in your bathroom cupboards. Use piping and a board to create your very own hair tool organizer so you never have to deal with tangled cords again.
Create holes/slits into your bathroom cabinet to create a new place to easily store your toothbrushes. This way, they’re also kept out of sight.
If you’re a gamer who has a lot of video game equipment at home, put velcro onto straps onto the back of all your controllers and remotes to neatly attach them to the wall of a cabinet.
Who doesn’t need more bathroom storage? Install spice racks onto one of your bathroom walls for extra storage!
If both you and your significant other have too many accessories and not enough closet space, try recreating this huge organizer that you both can share.
Give yourself more space by hanging up all your big pots and pans. Use S hooks to hang them from a ventilation hood.
Create yourself more closet space by hanging multiple articles of clothing onto one hanger with this neat trick. You’ll be able to stuff double the amount of clothes into your closet.
Use PVC pipes to organize all your big gardening tools. Attach them to the wall so they can hold your tools in place. For extra organization, you can also label them!
Everyone loves a nicely woven basket, but having too many of them on a table counter can take up a lot of space. Try hanging them up to create more storage and space at the same time.
If you don’t have a shelf underneath a desk and would like one, try opting out the shelf with baskets! They’ll be your under-cabinet bins. Just use hooks to hang them.
If you’ve got more mugs than you’ve got cupboard space, try installing tiny hooks underneath the shelves in the cupboard to hang up your mugs and any other cups you have.
Create a playmat that your kids can play toys on top of that also becomes a bag for easy cleanup and instant storage! Killing 3 birds with 1 stone here.
If you’ve got a lot of books, try attaching crates to a wall to create cute book storage bins. You can put other things in there as well like magazines and household objects.
Create a shallow headboard that protrudes out so you can use the space between the wall and the headboard to store some magazines or books.
Add hooks to your shower curtain rod to hang up your bath toiletries. Saves you space in your shower and it adds a minimalistic look!
Hampers are big and bulky and can take up a lot of space in a bathroom. Try create an embroidered hoop hamper instead that can hang from your wall.
If you’ve got a ton of shoes but no shoe storage system going on, try installing rods to create your very own shoe organizer. Stagger the rods for heels, level them for everything else.