storage. Sunday , December 11th , 2016 - 11:36:35 AM
Take a closer look at your belongings, and assess how much space will be required to store them. If you hire a storage unit that is too small, then you may not be able to fit in all your goods. On the other hand, you may end up spending a lot on a unit which is too big for your requirement.
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.
Murphy beds or storage loft beds (with desk) are the best furniture pieces for small homes. These can be placed in the living room (to create extra sleeping space when required) or even in the bedroom. A built-in window seat is another storage idea for small bedrooms. This can be used as a seating place or can even be converted into a bed. If you are looking for shoe storage options, then using shoe bags that can be hung behind the bedroom door can be a good option. You can also consider using under bed storage or storage boxes for storing spare mattresses, pillows, shoes, etc.
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