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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.
It is advisable that you get your stored goods insured. The storage insurance will be available to you once you rent the unit. When the facility management collects the premium, they have their own financial gain in it. Hence, it is advisable to consult your own agent before availing the insurance from the facility. You can also check if your homeowner's insurance or renter's insurance covers the goods stored off-site.
The main things that are going against them today are space constraints, redundancy, and exorbitant costs. However, it is quite sad to see these elegant pieces of furniture going away in this fashion. Here are some ways in which you can circumvent the problems that are associated with buying and maintaining blanket chests. (Yes, the intention of this article is to save these pieces in homes across the world.)
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