“If having a tiny room and you’ve pared down as much as you can, you may need to makeover your stockpiling so you can fit more stuff, as well as fit stuff all the more comfortably. In the event that your house is deficient in extra storage room, there’s no compelling reason to add on. Simply consider utilizing furniture pieces you as of now have in better approaches to address your issues. A little creative energy and a touch of elbow oil goes far.”
Don’t take furniture pieces for face value. A few tweaks can make a big difference for your home’s organization and storage needs.
Dresser Turned TV Stand
Organization can be one of the most difficult conundrums to solve in a home. It all comes down to ample storage and everything having a place to go. If your home is lacking in additional storage space, there’s no need to add on. Just consider using furniture pieces you already have in new ways to meet your needs. A little imagination and a bit of elbow grease goes a long way.
Dressers aren’t just for storing clothes. Make them multi-functional with a few small changes. Start by sprucing them up with a nice, clean paint color, but don’t stop there. Turn an old dresser into a TV console simply by removing a few drawers. Use those spaces for a DVD player, gaming console, and more. The top is perfect for your big screen and there isn’t a prettier way to hide all those cords.
Hutch Top Mudroom Drop Zone
You’ve seen those forlorn hutch tops in the thrift stores without their bottoms, right? Or maybe you’ve even got one lying around somewhere. If you do, you’ve probably wondered what in the world you could do with just the top. If you’ve never even considered it, this will change your mind.
Don’t have a dedicated entryway or mudroom drop zone? Let that orphaned hutch top do the work for you! Attach it to the wall, add some hooks and baskets, and you’ve got yourself a brand new storage solution without taking up any floor space.