Everyone has a fridge in their home, regardless if they own the place or not. The fridge’s door is a surface that not too many people would think to use as a surface for anything besides displaying your magnet collection.
You can easily glue magnetic sheets on your jars of spices and herbs and stick them on your fridge to keep your kitchen organized as well as easy to access. Just make sure the jars aren’t too be of heavy and that the lids are screwed-shut at all times.
Storing your shower items properly is what makes the difference between enjoying your shower and trying not to trip over your facial scrub. And just because you have a curtain rod holding your shower curtain doesn't mean your shower can't use another one.
Mount a tension rod on the wall opposite your shower curtain, add some S-shaped hooks, hang little plastic baskets on them, and welcome your shampoo to its new home.
Grow Veggies in a Colander
You can repurpose your old colander (yup, that same one you used to use for pasta) into a planter to add a quirky feel to your kitchen theme. Simply hang it in a sunny spot close to a windowsill.
This adds a charming eco-friendly feel to your kitchen while not taking up too much space. Plus, you'll save on your grocery bill.
Save Some Paint for a Rainy Day
A freshly painted room can make you feel warm and fuzzy all over. However, it is really aggravating to see your hard work marred when a piece of furniture bumps into the walls you just painted and leaves an ugly mark.
You don’t need to save a big messy paint can to solve this problem; all you have to do is take an empty baby food jar and save a small amount of paint in it. That way, you can dispose of the paint properly but still have enough left to do some touch-ups and keep everything looking great.
Attach a Car Air Freshener to Your Fan
If you need to get your home smelling sweet and your landlord won't replace the smelly carpets, all you need is a regular household fan and a car air fresher. Purchase the kind that usually clips into a vent and attach it to your fan, being careful that it is not in the way of the rotor blades.
The moment you start that baby up, your house will be smelling like a peach or any other scent you desire in no time. All without having to spray aerosols inside your living space.