8 Clever Storage Tips for Renters

Last updated on December 31st, 2021

Finding enough storage space for all the things you own in a house isn’t easy. It becomes all the more difficult when this house happens to be a rented one. But renting a living space doesn’t have to mean not being able to make the place feel like home!

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Here are 8 tips that will help you live large in your rented space!

1. Use Behind-The-Door Storage

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Don’t worry about lack of storage space. Just hang wire-racks behind doors and store whatever you want.

2. Use Magnetic Spice Holders

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When storage space seems to be a constraint, think vertical! Choose magnetic spice jars and just stick them on your refrigerator door. Think of all the space that’ll free up in your cabinets!

3. Get A Sofa-Cum-Bed

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A Sofa that also doubles up as a bed is an excellent way to save space when you stay in a rented apartment and don’t have a separate guest bedroom.

4.  Use A Study Desk As A Bedside Table

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Use Study desk as a bedside table to enjoy the benefits of both without compromising on space!

5. Use Old Suitcases As Storage Tables

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Get all your old suitcases out! They make fantastic storage units and also add a vintage charm to the room.

6.Vertical Pegboard Pot Holder

vertical pegboard kitchen storage

Keep your kitchen organized with the help of a pegboard. Just install one in your kitchen and hang all your pots and pans off it.

7. No Built-in Wardrobes? No Problem!


An open wardrobe looks lovely (if you keep it tidy!) and also creates the illusion of space, making your room appear bigger.

8. Create A Washi Tape Photo Gallery

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If you can’t drill holes in your walls, don’t deprive your home of artwork. Stick your pictures on the walls with washi tape and create a unique gallery wall!

Have fun decorating your space!

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