It’s time to put away your sweaters and to take out your shorts, tank tops, and bathing suits. If you have a lot of closet and dresser space, you may not find it challenging to store your winter attire. However, if you have more clothes than you have closet space, you may need to consider alternative storing options. There are unconventional storage options that you may not have considered that are perfect for your holiday sweaters and snowboarding gear.
Put That Trunk To Use
How often do you use the trunk of your car? If you regularly use your backseat for storage and your trunk goes underutilized, you may want to start using it for storage. Keeping heavy items in your truck can affect your brakes and even your gas mileage. Clothes, however, are relatively light and can easily fit into tight spaces.
Do You Have Cabinets You Don’t Use?
Many apartments and homes have tall cabinets with shelves that are difficult to use without a stepladder. These underutilized shelves are perfect for clothes that you don’t currently need. Organize your pots and pans to save room and hide your winter attire up above your kitchen where it will be out of the way.
What Do You Have Under Your Bed?
Even if you only have six inches of space below your bed, it is still perfect for storing clothes. Measure the space between the floor and your bed frame and buy a storage system that fits your needs. This will allow you easy access to your winter clothes in case it gets chilly at night.
Don’t Forget About Your Garage
It is a great idea to build and buy shelving units for your garage. If you have run out of shelf space, why not install hooks on the walls of your garage? You can hang your jackets and heavy winter attire on the walls where they will be out of the way and off the ground.
The Best Place For Your Clothes
Of course, if you do not have a garage or room under your bed, you could always keep your clothes in a safe, climate-controlled storage at STORBOX. Think of all the extra room you can have this summer!