7 Space-Saving Home Design Hacks
#1 Charging Station
An inevitable fact of our contemporary lives is that our devices are going to need charging and can take up bench space. We love this modern design hack below, which uses a charging station in a draw to keep ugly cords out of the way. As a bonus, you’ll never lose your charger if you have a designated charging space.
#2 Lid Storage
Organising the lids of pots, pans and tupperware containers takes up valuable time and in most houses will get messy again within a few days. Save yourself the hassle and build in sections in your drawers to keep things neat and orderly. This saves time when you’re cooking as well, as you won’t be searching for the right lid while your food starts to burn.
#3 Under-bed storage
Underneath a bed is an underrated storage area which can be neglected and wasted. Use pull out drawers under your bed to maximise storage options in your room. The example below uses a bed platform with matching drawers, which is a great option if you have high ceilings or love DIY projects.
#4 Pantry Storage
This easy DIY pantry storage lets you keep small items in a designated spot. Create a shelf on the back of the door and small items will always be easy to find. Plus, you won’t need to dedicate a full drawer to the items, and you can maximise the number of things you can fit in your pantry without it getting cluttered.
#5 Organise your cords
You may have seen this excellent hack before, but it’s still the best way to organise your cables and cords. Fasten a bulldog clip to the edge of a desk and thread your cables through the metal pegs to declutter your desk and prevent tangling.
#6 Hide The Rubbish Bin
Hide Your rubbish bin out of the way by placing it in a cabinet or cupboard. This keeps it out of sight and makes your room design more aesthetically pleasing.
#7 Use Small Spaces
A nifty way of maximising your home’s storage options and using every available space is to install a shelf above the bathroom door. The shelf is mostly out of sight, and can be used to store spare towels, toilet paper or other products. Try organising the storage with small baskets on the shelves if you’re packing away items that aren’t pretty to look at.
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