Hallway Storage Ideas To Clear The Autumn Clutter

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This time of year can get messy with muddy wellies and soaking wet coats piled up on the hallway floor. It tends to be the first thing people see so keeping your hallway organised gives a good first impression and saves space. If you have a mudroom you’re certainly one of the lucky ones. For those of us who don’t, alternative hallway storage solutions need to be found. Continue reading

Ideas for Maximising Storage Space at Home

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Back to school means different things to different people but we all know additional storage space is likely needed. The kids will bring back extra school goodies like uniforms, sport kits, lunch boxes, books and more so be prepared. If you haven’t already organised the bedroom and kitchen storage to accommodate all the extras, you’re in for a surprise. Soon you’ll find every square foot of floor space cluttered with random stuff and no place to put anything. Continue reading

Back to School Storage Space Preparation

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It’s only a couple of weeks until the kids go back to school and chances are your house is a mess. A new school term brings about more books, bags, sport kits, musical instruments and uniforms. We all know how quickly things can pile up so instead of cluttering the floor, cupboards or under the bed; perhaps it’s time to prepare storage space for all the school goodies. Continue reading

Tips for storing clothes

storing clothes on a railIs your wardrobe bursting at the seams? Do you find yourself wearing the same thing time after time because you can’t be bothered to fight your way to the back of the wardrobe to find something different? It’s a common dilemma and one most people encounter because we’re not very good at storing clothes.

Most of us have limited wardrobe and drawer space and don’t take the time to sort through what we’ve got in them. When we buy something new, we don’t get rid of something old and we just stuff the new item into the front of the wardrobe or the top of the drawer. It’s because of this that we end up storing clothes in one great big stack with winter woollies and summer dresses all on top of each other and end up not wearing half of what we own. Continue reading