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Sometimes it feels like there’s just too much stuff in your house. Maybe someone in your family owns a lot of movies, maybe your kids are never too sure where there toys should go, or maybe you just want to help increase the amount of available room for your various necessities. No matter what your reasoning, there’s always some rooms that need a little more storage space than they have – here’s the ones most in need of help, and what you can do!


Laundry Room

Nobody thinks much about the humble laundry room until it’s time to actually wash their clothes, but the laundry room is always an area that could benefit from a little extra room for everything. The trick with laundry rooms is that they’re never particularly big, so you need to maximize what space is available. If you need a place to store your laundry detergents, fabric softeners, and so on, some corner shelving would be perfect to tuck away in a corner of the room to free up floor space and keep your soaps safely away from getting knocked over or spilled by accident.


Guest Bedrooms

If you have a guest bedroom, chances are you don’t use it very much, and why should you? But think about this – someone somewhere might need to use it, and you’ll want to make sure they have everything they need. You don’t need to go crazy, but just in case you have relatives staying over for the holidays you’ll want to make sure they have plenty of bedroom furniture available for them to store their stuff while they’re over. You have to deal with enough of your family’s clothes being tossed everywhere – why add to the pile by not offering your guests a dresser or closet?


Living Room

Not only will some extra storage space always help keep your living room free of clutter, you can use this as the perfect opportunity to do some decorating as well! Keeping a chest of drawers or some shelves near your TV gives you the chance to keep all of your family’s favorite movies and video games safely in one place and up off the floor. In addition to more practical shelving options, you can even include some decorative shelving to store books, vases, or anything else you have to help liven up the place a little bit. If your family is going to spend most of their time in the living room, why not decorate it to your liking?


Shelving isn’t just for the kitchen! Remember these handy tips the next time you find yourself thinking “man, I really wish I had some shelves here…” and you can solve darn near any storage problem you come across!

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