1. Clean your Apartment
Cleaning is probably one of the most overrated solutions, yet it can be beneficial when done correctly. The golden rule every professional organizer uses is to ask yourself if you need all the stuff you own.
Having small space or limited storage capacity, it would be advisable to only hold on to what you absolutely love or need. That means if something is just sitting there collecting dust, then it’s probably time to hire a skip and throw it away.
If you still want to hold on to this stuff but lack space for them in your flat, then you may consider renting a storage unit to store them for the time being. Also, consider getting help from a Man and Van to help you move your stuff in the facility.
2. Pare Down on Appliances
This is actually an extension of tip #1. Again, think of the golden rule and ask yourself, “Do I really need a popcorn maker? An electric can opener? A toaster oven?”
A great way to save tons of space is to get rid of all those bulky kitchen gadgets you haven’t used since the day you bought them. You can hold unnecessary furniture in storage. Here’s a helpful guide in choosing the perfect furniture movers for you.
3. Take Advantage of Your Vertical Space
Apartments often have a lot of untapped storage potential in the form of vertical space.
We recommend utilizing mounted hooks to keep cooking equipment handy or even a pot rack for your regularly used items.
You can also add floating shelves in your walls where you can store files, books, craft supplies, framed art, or even shoes.
For the ultimate storage boost, remember that you can use the insides of closets or bathroom doors by installing small shelves or door organizers.
They’re a great way to maximize your vertical space without messing with your home’s interior design.