If you happen to have a wooden pallet, you can sand and treat it to become an eye-catching and rustic desktop shelf for a home office. Its many nooks and crannies make handy surfaces for stationary and inspirational objects. If needed, you can also use clips and thumbtacks to transform your new storage space into a noticeboard.
Simple, easy, and efficient! Small office space is important when working remotely from home; with this hack, you will transform whatever space you have into your own personal kingdom. You can hang your weekly schedule, photos of your loved ones, and cute little memos that brighten up any gloomy day.
Grow Veggies in a Colander
Next time you rearrange your kitchen and decide to get rid of all your old and worn-out essentials, think before throwing anything away. You can repurpose your old colander into a planter to add a quirky feel to your kitchen theme. Who doesn't love a splash of green in the house?
Simply hang it in a sunny spot close to a windowsill. It will almost be like having your own indoor garden. 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, as all your tyme, coriander, and flat-leaf parsley will be homegrown.
Hooks Under Shelving
Who doesn't need more storage space around the kitchen between you and us? A new frying pan is always looking for a new shelf. You could effortlessly double your kitchen storage by screwing in hooks underneath your wall-mounted shelves. This way, you could hang your pots and pans where you can easily reach them.
Simply measure out and mark the exact spaces to get a streamlined and harmonious look. Our personal favorite is displaying mugs. Get out all of the ones that have funny and heartwarming messages on them, and show the world what you have. Alternatively, you can hang your kitchen essentials, such as spatulas and ladles. They always need a new home.
Shower Curtain Pockets
Need a place for all your bathroom utensils and toiletries when you are in the shower? Try this easy bathroom storage hack to free up surfaces with a pocket-feature shower curtain. If you can't get one, you can also make your own version by hanging a waterproof shoe organizer alongside the curtain.
If you can, get a mesh design or cut small holes in the pockets to drain any water. Now, we know the outcome of this is not exactly the home decor design of the year, but when it comes to being practical in the bathroom, this one wins.
Unclog Your Sink
Need a quick fix for a clogged drain in your sink? Can't be bothered to call a professional plumber? Leave your worries aside, as we have the hack for you. This mixture reminds us of volcano experiments we had to do in school because the main ingredients are baking soda and vinegar.
Use one part baking soda and one part vinegar to make a powerful concoction that will unclog even the most stubborn of sinks. Leave the mixture in the sink and watch it clear up in a few minutes. This mixture works when a plunger has already been used and the attempt to unclog a sink has been futile.