The Storage Space You’re Likely Overlooking
Here’s a newsflash to blow the popcorn right out of your hump day: surface space is surface space.
It doesn’t matter quite where said space exists, merely that it does. A wall is no less an opportunity for storage than is, say, a door, or a toilet tank. Following in line with the aforeblogged examples is the oft-overlooked but no less potential-ripe side-of-stuff.
The sides of cabinets, kitchen islands, bathroom counters, nightstands, dressers, changing tables–they all have one thing in common and that’s their possible utility. They might not provide as much storage as a closet, but when quarters are constricted an extra few hooks or caddies can be as valuable as gold. (Is gold valuable these days?)
Please to be inspired by the photos which shall proceed.
Did it work? Who’s off to pimp out their sides?
Image credits: The 2 Seasons, Shabby Love Blog, Dear Lillie, BHG, Apartment Therapy, I Heart Organizing
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