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You can use the space at the back of the door using plastic bags with pockets or small wired racks. You can also install decorative hooks for hanging clothes, towels, hair clips, etc. Secondly, you can go for tall, open cabinets in the corners of the bathroom to utilize maximum space. Another tip is to use laundry baskets or storage containers built in wall, behind the door. You can attach a corkboard on the wall, place hooks on it to attach your junk jewelry and hair pins/clips to it.
If you have any woodworking skills, then you will find it easy enough to build a blanket chest of your own. You will be saving mightily on costs if you do this, but you will need to be careful about what you are doing. You can get several downloadable do-it-yourself guides right here on the Internet.
An oldie, but definitely a goodie. Somehow, storing records in crates is one of the most easiest and affordable ideas. Check on sites like eBay and Amazon for inexpensive wooden or plastic crates that have handles on the sides and can accommodate standard LP albums. You can purchase them in bulk and stack them on top of one another or on their sides so they don't take up a lot of space.
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