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Another interesting idea is to make the chest double up as something else. For example, you can use it as a coffee-table. There―you will save on a coffee table, and you are not wasting any space. Another idea is to place the study table near the window instead of the comfy chair you usually keep there. You get storage space, as well as you can sit on it and admire the scene out of your window. Actually, the whole point is to save up space. This is where you put in your blankets and even mattresses (if the chests are large enough, they will hold the mattresses too) and pillows.
If you have an unused showcase or cubby unit, stack the records side by side in it. And if you're worrying about concealing the open showcase, cover it with a clean, flat sheet or choose to install short curtains. On the other hand, if there is enough space, you can even store the albums in wicker baskets with lids and then place them inside the unit.
You can also hang small tin boxes to keep small garage supplies, like, nuts, bolts, and screws. Install long shelves on the pegboard to place bottles of lubricants, flashlights, batteries, etc. While hanging a board, which holds the supplies, hang it near the work bench, so that you can access the supplies quickly. Use a board that will properly hold all the items, since many of these supplies are heavy. You may take the help of furring strips, and install along with the pegboard to provide extra support, so that all the tools can be hung properly.
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