has gone (or so it appears) and we’re all hoping for some warmer weather. With
that comes storing clothes which can be more challenging for some than for
others. If your wardrobe and chest of drawers are stuffed with winter woollies,
perhaps it’s time for a clear out.
some, storing clothes for all seasons is not a problem especially if they have additional
wardrobe space. They simply move their summer clothes to the front while
relegating the winter woollies to the back. Unfortunately, not everyone has
that luxury and you need to get creative with storage ideas.
Garages and garden sheds can quickly
become an obstacle course of clutter, much like an attic or the empty guestroom.
It doesn’t take long before you collect everything from toys and tools to old clothes
and furniture. The good news, there are actually some amazingly simple storage
tips for a more organised garage and shed.
To simplify and organise your life,
remember that your garage is not a dumping ground. With a little bit of efforts
and loads of planning and decluttering, you and your family can greatly benefit.
It all starts with putting a plan in place to get rid of everything you no
longer need, want or knew you had. If you absolutely have to keep things for
whatever reason, rather rent a self storage unit.
More people are choosing to rent a
self storage unit and why not, it just makes sense. Most of us have too much
junk cluttering our homes, garages, or sheds which makes a self storage unit
the ideal solution. Not only are they great for households but many businesses
have gone down this route as well.
By using self storage, you can safely
store all of your belongings and access them at any time. For those who like to
collect things, when the time is right, you can sell some of it on eBay, at a car
boot sale or pass them on to friends or family.
For anyone looking to buy or rent a property,
there are many things to consider when moving home. Besides the property itself,
you need to decide on the area you’d like to move to. This could be the most
important decision you will make as getting it wrong will have consequences. Without
doing the necessary research when moving home will not only cause unhappiness
in the family unhappy but you also face the costs of moving again.
Moving home involves many different
steps and there are so much to consider before signing on the dotted line. What
are the local schools and health services like? How long will my commute be to
work? Is there good public transport? Are there good childcare facilities nearby
and what about gyms and sports clubs? To help you through this, we’ve compiled a
handy guide that explains all you need to know.
If there’s one thing living on a house boat will teach you is to be super organised. Considering the limited space, you quickly learn what you need and how to maximize every part of the boat. There may be many boat storage tips but streamlining the interior to work for you is an ongoing process.
It’s quite obvious that living in the confined space of a houseboat is far from the comforts of a house. While there is usually boat hull storage, small cupboards in each bedroom and some boats even have a storage locker on the back, it’s still not a house. Here are some of the best storage tips to maximise the limited space on your boat.