Apartment living and dorm apartments are nothing if not small. Moving into your first apartment is exciting because this is likely your first time living independently. But it’s also likely a bit overwhelming as you try to find space to stash all your important stuff.
Creating home storage solutions is both an art and a science. It takes vision to figure out how to optimize space and creativity to put those innovations in place. If you’re struggling to visualize storage solutions for your home, here are some inspiring ideas to get you started.
Imagine having your own little grocery store down in the basement or in a specialized room near the kitchen. What we are referring to is a cold storage room (or root cellar) where you can maintain a cool temperature for storing all kinds of food.
Food storage! That is smart home management in the event of any economic or natural disaster. Having a stocked pantry storage system can help you rotate and mange stored food.
You have tools – screws – tape – and all kinds of workbench items. Everything is scattered around. Time to use some garage organization to put everything in place.
Why a cold storage room? It could be for multiple reasons. It is needed to store food, wine, potatoes, and other items that require dry, cool spaces.
There is all kinds of items you need to store. Let’s take the home office for example. You need to store printer paper, envelops, empty folders, and other items. An option to consider is decorative water hyacinth baskets that store and stack easily on shelves for ready access.