Tips No. 7. Define your entry with this clever idea. You can create the illusion of an entryway by using a small-sized bookshelf as a room divider. Everything from mail and school papers to backpacks and caps can find a spot in a hutch like this. You can put a basket for keys, a tray for small items and other items here. A shallow bookshelf will separate your entry from the rest of your house. It will define the entry area while taking up very little space.
Tips No. 293. Keep kids’ books neatly organized – wall book bin.Wall book bin is designed to be attached directly to the wall next to the desk. It can hold not only books but also magazines, comic books, folders, binders, etc. This is a simple and kid-friendly way to get kids’ necessities well organized. You can install a few book bins and sort the books by categories. Cute.
Tips No. 334. Washer and dryer organization.It’s time to purchase pedestals for your washer and dryer. You can build them yourself, too. This easy project will make a pleasant laundry area.Pedestal is a great spot for storing items in the laundry room. Let your imagination run wild and create the pedestal with drawers for an extra space storage. You can put baskets with laundry supplies into cubbies and save space significantly while keeping everything on hand. Lovely!