If there’s one thing that many homeowners have in common, it’s the need for more storage. We all long for bigger closets or just extra room in general. Unless you’re able to move to a space with more storage, you may have to take matters into your own hands.
But, some space saving ideas can turn into huge eyesores and others can be too expensive and simply out of reach.
This post will show you some of our favorite storage ideas to incorporate into your home. These ideas are pleasing to the eye and serve as functional ways to add extra storage to your home without breaking the bank.
For the Bedroom – Storage Bed
It’s probably safe to say that the bedroom is often the room that requires the most storage space. But, generally the bedroom is also the room with the least amount of space to store your things.
Other than utilizing your closet to its maximum storage capacity, we’ve discovered that the storage bed could be a great solution.
Check out This Old House for step-by-step instructions to begin building your storage bed.
For the Living Room – Storage Ottoman
This option can serve two purposes, extra seating and extra storage. If you are able to incorporate a storage ottoman into your space, we would highly recommend it. They can hold extra pillows and blankets, or you could use it to store your extra shoes!
Check out this DIY Rolling Ottoman from Rockler. You even get the added bonus of portability with this one.
For the Kitchen – On-the-Wall Pot Rack
For many, counter and cabinet space is hard to come by in their kitchen. If you’re looking to free up a cabinet, this option could be right for you! There are many variations to fit your style and that’s why we love this option.
Check out this DIY Pot Rack from Remodelista.
If these spaces in your home have plenty of storage, but you are looking for garage or utility closet organization tips, check out our posts, The 2 Best Ways to Get your Garage Organized and Quick Tips to Organize your Utility Closet for more inspiration!
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