storage. Sunday , January 22nd , 2017 - 09:36:40 AM
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.
These are usually under-the-bed storage compartments, and perfect for storing large items which you do not require too often. When you choose a bed which has a storage compartment underneath, look for factors like robustness and enough space. Beds which are not too bulky and easy to disassemble if you ever need to move them around are a better option.
Kitchen carts, or utility carts, are used to store a number of items, and can be used in the pantry as well. Kitchen islands, if you have an open kitchen, provide extra storage.
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