Depending on what kind of space you have, rolling your towels up can give you more space to work with and some more aesthetic options. Of course, if your shelving is too small, it might not work to do this since each towel now has a larger vertical profile, but it’s still an option if you want to change things up.
Just look at how many towels we were able to place on one shelf. Now you can embrace the Monica from “Friens” was of organizing towel. Everyday use, fancy, guests, fancy guests, old, beach, bath, kitchen, and so on.
Don’t Forget a Thing
The garage is where work gets done. Fixing that broken taillight, repairing a towel rod, or fixing a grandchild’s toy doesn’t matter what needs to be done around the house. Chances are part of the job will take place in the garage.
Don’t forget about any of the things you have to do or what you need to buy next when you put up a wall or section of chalkboard paint – just like blackboards they used to have in schools; you can write on them or draw designs. It’s a great way to spruce up an area that is all function, no form, and keeps you working at optimum efficiency.
Hide the Dirty Laundry
It’s a weird fact of life that we all wear clothes and wash them once they’re too dirty, but it’s for some reason embarrassing to see the dirty clothes that someone else has worn before they’re washed. Society is strange sometimes. Thankfully there is an easy way to make those dirty clothes disappear if you have handyman skills.
Find – or build – a large drawer with enough space for the hampers your home needs. They can go in the bathroom, the hall – wherever you have enough space. You might not even realize it, but that little bit of extra space will be a treat.
Decorate Support Poles
Hanging out in a basement is a time-honored tradition of relaxing. They’re cool, dark, and have all the best toys. But the support poles that the home needs to keep it upright and to work properly can sometimes be an eyesore. Whether there are just metal struts or full-walled columns, there are always options for sprucing them up.
Paint them a color that adds something to a dreary downstairs decor, cover them with posters of your favorite movies, or find the perfect artwork to avoid bare areas. This can also be a great opportunity for young children to express themselves with no boundaries. Let them splash colors wherever they choose, and this is a one-time experience that will never happen again.
Roll Out More Storage Space
For people who can fill up their storage space in the blink of an eye, finding space for everything gets tough. For those with small cabinets in the bathroom – or anywhere else – you can install rolling storage. It might not increase the amount of space you have, but it does make it easier to utilize it all.
Get out the tools and get a little bit of hardware for an upgrade to your cabinets. Fill up every inch of your cabinets, and make it easier to get to anything you have to store. Now there is no excuse to stop buying more things you don't really need.