Storage In The City


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Living in the city, like many things in life, can be exciting and stressful at the same time. It’s great to be near cool restaurants and to have a night life but what if you’ve had to compromise on the amount of living space you have.
If you need to combat the clutter to make the most of your space, try Safestore’s amazing 5 Box Technique to ensure that you’re only organising and keeping the items that you actually need.
If your style is more cool, trendy and minimalist, you can retain that look and feel without things looking cramped and awkward.
Check out these storage ideas to free up the space in your home.

High heels indeed
Well who doesn’t need high heels… and lots of them! This simple idea uses curtain rods mounted to the wall to act as a shoe rack, plus you can show off all your lovely shoes too!

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Handbag storage
Use old shower hooks to hang your handbags up in your wardrobe or you could mount an extendable shower or curtain rod and make use of the space in a cupboard or some other nook and cranny.

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File away
For a more unique and chic look, why not upcycle a filing cabinet for jewellery or make up storage, or to store any odds and ends. With a lick of paint or glue and scrapbook paper, you could transform a boring metal unit into something special.

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Ladder shelves
Who needs normal shelves when you can make some using planks of wood across the rungs of a ladder. Paint the wood to be in keeping with your room and you can have a cool way to display and store your odds and ends.

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Pots and pans
The kitchen is often the room which needs the most storage – with pots and pans, cutlery and crockery, you need every inch of space you can get.
Fix a rack or even an old bicycle wheel to the space above (works especially well if you have high ceilings) then hang your pots up high and make a feature of your cooking equipment.

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Hanging jars
And for even more ways to declutter your worktop space in the kitchen, why not try out this little gem.
Screw the lids of old food jars to the bottom of your kitchen cabinets for a simple and compact way to organise items such as spices.

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Of course, if you’re well and truly stuck for space, why not rent a storage room at Safestore.

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