Toy storage and organising is challenging at the best of times but how are you finding it during the lockdown?
With the kids being at home all the time now, toys and games end up everywhere besides the cupboard. We can all agree that it’s mostly manageable when schools are open and the weather is good as toys are used more often. However, as parents, we know that can change in an instant. To help keep your sanity during the lockdown, we’ve compiled some innovative toy storage tips and tricks.
Along with moving house, home improvement is one of the main reasons why people decide on renovation storage. If you’re not moving but in the process of renovating or redecorating, it is very likely that major construction projects will result in the need for temporary storage space.
Whether the kids are off to Uni or moved out to start a life of their own, there is now an extra room you could transform. Depending on your hobbies, interests or future plans, you could turn that extra space into a dressing room, study or a home office. Small bedrooms are perfect renovation projects but don’t underestimate everything that goes along with it. Thinking about it and actually doing it are two different things and effective planning may involve more than you realise.
Creating storage space is key to all of us. It doesn’t matter whether it’s your lounge, conservatory, kitchen, bathroom or bedroom, we could all do with some extra space. At this time of year especially, you find yourself looking for extra cupboard or storage space. The presents have been unwrapped and the kids have a host of new clothes, toys, computer equipment or TVs to find a home for.
And the place it needs to live is in the bedroom -somewhere!
A seasonal clean out or a general tidy up may solve your problems. But the chances are, there’ll be little that can be got rid of. You’re going to have to look a little more closely and be a little more inventive about creating storage space in the bedroom.
Here are 7 ideas to help you when it comes to finding extra storage space in your bedroom.
1. Use the space under your bed You can buy all sorts of storage containers to slide under your bed. These are useful for clothes, toys, books or shoes and they are out of sight! Continue reading →