storage. Sunday , January 29th , 2017 - 21:36:40 PM
If you have a garage, you must have a pegboard that will hold all the garage supplies. Using such a board is a wonderful way to avoid a messy and littered garage. It will also help to keep the functional area clean and tidy. It can be used for hanging tools, like, hammers, pliers, wrenches, screws, etc. These can also be used for storing large garage supplies like batteries. If you have a laundry corner in your garage, you can have a board that holds laundry items, like, detergent, clothespins, iron, fabric softener, etc. If you have a collection of garage manuals and user guides, then hang a magazine holder on the board, and store the collection in it.
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.
Call them vinyl, phonograph, or gramophone records, or Long Play (LP) records, only an ardent collector knows the anguish of not having adequate storage space for them. There's absolutely no way the records can be stacked in a heap on the floor. You require a proper (read: fashionable) organizing and storing method so that you can find them as quickly as possible.
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