Sela Anamarija. storage. September 04th , 2017.
Deciding on the location of the units is an important factor if you are going to use the stored items frequently. The need for a tool or a bike or even a piece of furniture may arise at certain times. So, if the unit is located within a stone's throw of your house, then it meets the purpose of storing the items, and at the same time allowing you access to them when they are required immediately. The location should be such that it saves your time, and storing and retrieving the items from the unit fits into your daily schedule.
Categorize your CDs and DVDs either alphabetically or chronologically. This way, you can easily find the right item at any given time, regardless of its location.
A chest of drawers, also called a dresser, can be used to keep all your clothes, or other items if your wardrobe happens to be too small. Tall dressers are a more viable option for smaller bedrooms, as compared to elongated ones.
Purchase a few wicker baskets from a local store, and grab a handful of nails and a hammer for the project. Pick a spot to hang the baskets in place, and load them up with CDs and DVDs. You can even label the baskets with paper tags depending on what the baskets contain. Group the items together by category-wise or alphabetically so that it's easy for you to find the items later on.
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