Storage is one of those things you never really think about until you don’t have enough of it. Thankfully, there are a lot of simple, inexpensive ways to create more storage in a home.
The kitchen is definitely one place where more storage is always needed. We need space to store small appliances, pots and pans, utensils, and special tools.
We can optimize storage in the kitchen by using every inch of space.
Another great inexpensive way to make more space in the kitchen is this cabinet organizer set. You can take advantage of that unused space with these wire shelves. The pot and pan lid organizers are great, too, just don’t get the one that hangs on the cabinet if you have shelves like I did.
When canned goods are on sale we all want to stock up, but where to put it once we get it is always the challenge. Problem solved with this stackable can organizer!
Don't forget your pantry. This is another great space to organize, and add extra storage like these over the door racks that add a storage and organization to your pantry.
Last but not least, don't forget under counter storage, it is a handy place to put common items you use everyday!
These easy storage solutions can make the most of a small bathroom. This wall mounted space saving cabinet gives you both private storage and a bar for towels. You could put command hooks on the side to hold robes.
Vanity mirrors are another great source of storage.
Making Space in the Bedroom
I’ll give kudos to manufactured home builders when it comes to master bedroom closets – they are usually spacious.
Closet organizations systems like these can make a good closet great.
These closet systems come in an assortment of sizes and designs
so you can find exactly what will work for your needs.
Scary things can’t hide under your bed if the space is being used!
The space under your bed can be used to store just about anything: shoes, sweaters, curtains, sheets, and photo albums.
I love this lockable storage safe for under a bed.
More Storage Ideas...
I hope these ideas will help you make the most of your beautiful homes. There are so many options, even on a budget on where to find storage items. Although I don't endorse or get paid from any company, I purchase at Ikea, Amazon, Target, Wayfair, Walmart, resale shops, garage sales, and of course my endless DIY projects.