So many things. So little space to put the. This is problem faced by a large number of people.
The smaller the space, the more common the problem is.
Sure, one could always place the items in an attic or off-site storage. But the urge to have the items at hand or even on display is always a bit too much to completely ignore.
So, what to do?
Just when you think there isn’t any other place to store or display another item, there are always creative options to maximize and even increase the amount of room your home has for storage.
Some external options include quick-solutions like the Camden Wall Storage by American Drew, which simply leans on an open 3 and a half foot area of a wall. The Camden wall storage unit instantly adds 5 large shelves for the storage or display of books, wares, art and more.
Blank sections of walls can also be converted to storage by installing open shelving. The slim profile created by open shelving keeps the space from become cluttered and feeling cumbersome; things that are guaranteed to result if heavy bookcases, chests and curios were to be put in instead.
Rooms with high ceilings should be taken advantage of with open shelving units similar to the Camden Wall Storage Unit by American Drew, that actually run from the floor to the ceiling. This presents the perfect place to store art and collectibles solely for display while your easily accessible storage space can be reserved for items used on a regular basis.
When looking for additional storage space, don’t overlook the walls that you walk past every day.