It’s going to almost 35 degrees Celsius in recent days. Yeap! But please do not rush to store your spring clothes into your wardrobe, such temperatures only last for several measly days. So, here is a question: how to store your winter fishing hats, earmuffs, gloves, scarves, shawls, sweaters, coat, etc. at a time? Some innovative storage tips for small spaces are recommended.
- Store Them in a Line before Get Messed
Only one suggestion could help you turn the messy room to an orderly one. All you need are long nails. Certainly, not fragile fingernails, but long metal nails. Hammer long nails into a wall and then hang your hats on nails. Wrap the end of nails with soft materials if you concern one would be wounded by sharp long nails.
2. Hanging Cubbies for Temporary Storage
One can also add a rod to your closet, so that many clothes could be hung on it without distortion. A shift organizer on the rod also contributes a lot in storing small objects like winter hats, gloves, scarves, purses, clutches, purses and the like. Those small compartments retrain clothes from getting messy. Are you still concerning storage of all kinds of shoes. Don’t worry. There are also specific compartments for shoes, keep them away from dirt.
3. Ingenious Usages of Candlesticks
When it comes to candlesticks, a lyric occurs to me at first. Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Jack jump over the candlestick. When you definitely assure beanies should be stored, unused existing racks like candlesticks are prime considerations to store some accessories in order. Except for beanies, candlesticks are also applicable to other hats like bucket hats, berets, floppy hats, fedora hats, scarves, mittens, etc.
4. Cheap and Cheerful Clothesline to Air Dry
One bothering problem of people who lived in damp city, in which the moisture intensity is bigger than other places, is how to dry your clothes completely. And clothes intend to get damp if you do not air them out in sunshine. A clothesline could handle the problem easily. Just air them out like how people dry their clothes prior to proliferation of clothes dryers.
5. Over-The-Door Plastic Organizer
Such a shift over-the-door organizer is a perfect tool for storage, especially for small spaces. Small accessories like gloves, scarves, beanies, earmuffs all could be rolled up and stuffed in small pockets. In spite of the small space, they are useful in storing trivial objects.
In addition, it is also easy to wash. One could only sweep it with damp rag. Most dirt on its surface could be eliminated effortlessly.
6. Minimalist Hook Box on a Wall
A good companion to keys, dog leash, handbags, daily essentials. Look at the above photo, your telephone, convenient stickers, sunglasses, bucket hats and jackets could be placed in box or just hung on hooks. There is no need to worry that small objects will lost. All of them are stored safe and sound.
In general, great storage experience is never having to lift a finger. There is also no need to spent tons of money. Only some ingenious tools could deal with tricky problems effortlessly.