The Game Changing Home Storage Hacks You Need To Know

If you're looking for home storage hacks, then you've come to the right place. We know there's a world of information out there which can be hard to sort through when what you're really looking for is a simple way to organise your sock drawer, sort through your garage tools or get the kids' bikes out from under your car. That's why we've put all these great ideas in one place (see below). But if you're not a Pinterest person, then here's a couple solutions that might interest you straight off the back.

1. Sorting out shoes in the doorway

Got a family size collection of shoes cluttering your doorway? Try installing a low coat rack to sort this mess out. If you're still looking for more shoe storage, install the coat rack above a shoe rack.

2. Organising kitchen cutting boards

Cutting boards, cheese boards and any other type of board in your kitchen can be a pain to store. We often find ourselves shoving these boards into deep drawers or cupboards only for them to fall over or jam the drawer shut. How about storing these bad boys in a tall basket instead? Problem solved!

3. Magnetic strips for garage tools

Magnetic strips are a great way to sort out your tools, kitchen items and other metallic bits and bobs that you don't want to lose. The possibilities are endless!

4. An easy way to sort your plastic bags

If you've got a collection of plastic bags laying around then this storage hack is made for you. Re-purpose your disinfecting wipe containers to create an easy portable bin bag disposer.

5. We had to throw this one in because we couldn't help ourselves

If you haven't heard of our bike rack storage solution then today's your lucky day. Our Steadyrack vertical bike racks will make storing your bikes in the garage, home, work place or spare room a breeze. Each of our racks are designed with a unique pivot feature which means you can fit more bikes in the same space and easily move them out of the way when you need to. Doesn't get much simpler than this. Want to find out more? Click here.