Finding a place for storing things, especially in small apartments, is really hard — different shelves usually take a lot of space themselves and don’t make the place more beautiful. So, if you own a small apartment, it can be a real challenge to find a good place for something and then find a necessary item. However, there is a solution: the modern world offers a lot of different ways that make the place both beautiful, cozy, and convenient to use.
GIGGAG is going to show you different shelves, organizers, and different things that any house needs.
It tends to be difficult to find enough space for ties and belts: the former get crumpled and the latter should be rolled which may lead to the appearance of cracks on the leather. An organizer can help you both keep these things safe and free up some space in your wardrobe.
Shoe boxes take up a lot of space and the shoes themselves can be damaged. These special things don’t take up much space and can protect your shoes and boots from getting deformed.
A simple metal shelf with a suction cup can help you get your things in order in the kitchen and sponges with small bottles in the bathroom will always be easy to reach.
If you have a small kitchen, you know what’s it’s like to try to find enough space for everything. So, if you get a shelf that you can attach to a wall or to the fridge, that will help you store a lot of necessary things without taking up too much room.
This is a flexible construction that allows you to set the holder in any direction. You can put it in a corner or on a flat wall.
Holders for towels and soap are great for such taps as you might have in the kitchen or in the bathroom.
A universal organizer that is great for people who need to have a lot of things and access them at any time they need to. You don’t have to drill holes in the wall as there is velcro on the back.
If you put special cabinets on the wall in the kitchen, you can hang a shelf to store plates and utensils.
This is a universal shelf that can be used to dry washed dishes and fruit and to protect the kitchen surface from hot frying pans.
There are magnetic plates that are used by professional cooks. You can use them to hold knives and other utensils.
If you need to place several soda cans in your fridge, use this unusual thing that can help you save space on the shelves.
This organizer allows you to store trash bags, tin foil, film, and even duct tape all in one place. Besides, the special mechanism allows you to get the exact amount you need.
A simple metal shelf is designed to be attached to both wall cabinets and the ones that are placed on the floor.
This is a narrow plastic shelf that is great for storing bottles with drinks, oils, and bottles with grains. It doesn’t take up much space. Besides, the little wheels make it more portable.
This board for folding clothes is great for saving space in a wardrobe — it is great for folding not only T-shirts but also sweaters.
Almost all things that are needed to cook food can be placed on one shelf — knives, bottles with spices, and cutting boards.
This turning holder is great for detergents and different sauces, and the special wheel allows you to get the necessary bottle really quickly.
This device can be used for storing plates, frying pans, lids, and cutting boards both horizontally and vertically.
The space under the sink is rarely used because of the pipes. This problem can be used by a set of shelves, and its fragments can be adjusted.
In order to keep the onion fresh, it needs to “breathe.” Nowadays, there are special bags with comfortable valves for ventilation.
The shelves and the hooks in this organizer can be used in any order you need so you can store things of different sizes and shapes.
There is an easy way to make a beautiful decoration for your garden. Just get a pair of garden gloves and pour cement inside. Shape them the way you want them to look. Let the concrete dry, peel off the gloves, and your hand planters are good to go!
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