3 Simple Ways to Organize Small Space
It can be hard to figure out how to fit all your stuff into really tight spaces, and it can get frustrating. Here are three simple and creative ideas use under-utilized spaces to tackle the most perplexing of organizing challenges.
1. Door Knobs
These handy little holders can be a life-saver for those easy to lose items (keys) or grab and go items (again, keys) as you running out of the door in the morning. http://www.designsponge.com/2009/02/diy-wednesdays-door-organizer.html
The average hallway width is 36 inches. That's 3 feet of un-utilized space! You can take 3-8 inches of that hallway width and turn a hall wall into a storage center.
3. Turn Corners into Productive Spaces
Corners of the room often hold a coffee table, plant or tall lamp. Rarely do people use corners to their full potential. End tables can be made of suitcases stacked on each other, and magazine holders can be used as corner shelving. There are a plethora of ideas on the internet to turn your corners into stylish organizing systems.