Let's face it, not many of us can afford sprawling mansions with near unlimited space for clothing, gadgets, and more, but there are a few things anyone can do to make the best of what they have. Starting off, would be to install drawers directly inside the stairs themselves. Continue reading for more geeky ways to organize your home.
5. Toilet Paper Rolls
Before throwing out anymore toilet paper rolls, make sure you save at least a few of them to neatly organize all of your cables. For those with lots of cables, including a few oversized ones (laptop, etc.), find an old shoebox to store all of the rolls.
4. Router Box
Let's face it, having even a single router blinking away with cables spread across the room, probably isn't the most welcoming sight for any more. Fortunately, there's an easy fix, just store them inside fancy boxes after you've cut holes in the back for the cables to come out of.
3. Charging Drawer
Always seem to lose your chargers? Then creating a charging drawer just might be the solution for you. Simply take a normal power strip, use double-sided adhesive tape to secure the accessory, plug it in, and you'll be ready to start charging.
2. Picket Fence
All the options above may not be possible for some, but there's still a creative way to get rid of that eyesore, and it comes in the form of a faux picket fence. Peel off the adhesive backing and stick them wherever you'd like.
1. Invisible Bookshelves
Invisible bookshelves aren't just some optical illusion, but real functional home accessories you can buy. Attach the sturdy, L-shaped shelf to the wall with the included mounting hardware and slide one book onto the ledge so that the ledge is sandwiched between the book's cover and pages. Secure the cover in place using the integrated clips beneath the ledge. Stack up to 15-pound (or 8-inch) of small to medium books on top of the first book until the shelf is obscured from view. Product page.