Your home is a reflection of who you are as a person. Keep things neat, organised and ergonomic by making a couple of changes in your home. Here are some tips on how to make your living space more efficient and attractive:
1. Kitchen Pull-Out Organisers
They say that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Organise this area of your home by installing kitchen pull-out organisers. This can help you keep everything neat and tidy. Not to mention, you can avoid having to peer inside cupboards for your cooking and cleaning needs. Simply pull the organiser out and have everything you need in front of you.
2. Corner Storage
Corners are tricky places. The need for a quicker and more efficient space for storage is needed in today's busy kitchen. A corner storage organiser can help you use the elements of sliding technology and accessibility in order to get the items you need without the fuss. You can get an adjustable kitchen cupboard carousel or a corner pull-out storage organiser to create a more efficient corner storage space.
3. Wall Storage Racks
No more space on your kitchen counter or cupboards? Don't worry about it, just install elegant storage racks that will give your kitchen space a bit more character. If you need items in the kitchen or laundry area to be visible, yet neatly organised, then you should install wall storage racks. This can be used for spices or condiments, towels or spatulas and ladles.
4. Cupboard Dish Shelf
Instead of stacking your dishes up in the cupboard, create a more tidy space by installing a cupboard dish shelf. This way, you can get access to your dishes and avoid accidents. You can organise your dishes by size and height with this type of shelf. This means that you do not need to stack your dishes and worry about them falling off the shelf or sliding.
5. First Aid Cabinets
Have easy access to your first aid kit with a first aid cabinet. No one can avoid accidents. Instead of fumbling around your home looking for bandages, keep them stored neatly in a first aid cabinet that you can easily access in case of an accident. It is ideal to have this near the kitchen or the garage. Place all your first aid needs inside this wall-hanging lockable first aid cabinet while keeping your home looking fresh and organise.
6. Concealed Waste Bins
Concealed waste bins in the kitchen or restroom are great ways to keep your space looking neat. These efficient and ergonomic waste bins can be tucked neatly away behind a cabinet door. Whenever you need to throw something in the bin, simply pull the cabinet door open and slide the item in the bin.
7. Rent a Storage Unit
If you feel that your home is riddled with clutter that you do not need, you should go through your belongings and see what things you can get rid of. If you have some paraphernalia that you just can't let go of, but is taking up too much space, you should rent a storage unit (like this one in Auckland). You will be able to keep your home looking organised with a useful storage unit. Keep all the things that you want to put aside in a unit just for you.
8. In-Wall Cables
Keep your living room looking neat with in-wall cables. A beautifully decorated home can look untidy with cables and wires hanging down from the walls. Don't let tangled wires ruin the aesthetics of your home. You can easily install in-wall speaker cables and other wires in your bedroom or living room. Get the ones that are made from pure copper and are of professional quality. Not only will you keep your space looking neat, you will also benefit from a durable system.
9. Wardrobe storage baskets
Keep your clothes, shoes and accessories neatly organised with wardrobe storage baskets. You can slide these out whenever you need to access a clothing item. The great thing about these baskets are that your clothes are visible. This means that you don't need to rummage through your wardrobe when looking for a clothing item.
10. Slide-out clothes rack
Tired of going through your shirts and trousers from inside your wardrobe where there is very little light? You can install a slide-out clothes rack so that you can access your hanging clothes easily. Avoid wrinkling your clothes while going through your rack.
About the author:
Maya is a home improvement expert with an eye for design and the skills to get the job done. She loves watching home improvement TV shows and knows what turns a house into a home. She managed to organise her home with all these products above plus renting a storage unit which was a life saver for her. She's currently working on a project for Kennards Self Storage where she learned everything about organising and storing. You can follow her tips and ideas on Facebook.