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Baskets, shelves & STORAGE
BAskets, shelves & STORAGE
Make the most of the limited space in your closet or closet. Our storage tips will help you create "living storage" that is easy to find and get in and out of.
Measuring storage space
1. Measure the width
With the door open, measure the width from the inside wall to the wall and the width of the door opening.
2. Measure the height
Measure the height from the bottom of the hanger pole. You can also determine the size of your storage case by measuring from the bottom of your clothes to the bottom of the hem of your clothes with your clothes hanging on it.
3.Measure the depth
With the door open, measure from the inside of the door to the back wall.
Closet Storage Essentials
A. Hanging Storage
Hang your frequently used hats and bags where they can be easily picked up. Combine small items such as handkerchiefs with storage cases.
B. Behind the door is a propped-up bar and netting.
Folding doors tend to become dead space at the back of a door. Use wall-hanging nets, S-hooks and baskets to create storage space for hats and other items.
C. Hanger space and storage case
Storage cases are a convenient way to maximize dead space. Hang your clothes on a hanger pole and measure how much space you have underneath. Decide on the size and number of storage cases you want to use to fit that space.
Before purchasing any storage products...
Don't buy storage items that you don't need and end up adding more stuff to your home. The first step to doing this is to organize your home and figure out what you need. The Internet is a great place to shop for all the details. The Internet allows you to search by purpose and provides detailed information on specifications and usage, so you can take your time to find what you want. However, if you just read the product information and think, "That looks useful! Don't jump to the next level. It's important to think about where and how you're going to use it, and only buy what you need.