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Monday. 2.5.07 5:22 pm

Need Storage in a Small Space?


Who doesn’t need more storage space! Here’s a trick you can try:




Buy a big rubbermaid container that you can stick in a corner. Cut a round piece of plywood to cover a few inches larger than the top of the container, use this as the lid. Then cover with a tablecloth large enough to hide the container.

Set a lamp, a set of books or a pile of magazines on top and voila! Ready-made decorative table that’s full of room inside to store things in.

You can fill the container with an amazing amount of stuff.

Some ideas for uses:

Fabric piece storage (for crafters and sewers)
Extra linens and bedding
Seasonal clothes (winter coats, boots, sweaters)
Seasonal decorations
Accumulate items for donating

You can place your container table at the end of a hall, in the corner of a room, as a bedside nightstand, in a kitchen nook, anywhere you can find the space.

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2 Comments.


Rubbermaid totes are the best.

I use one for carrying my laundry places, as well as my dirty laundry bucket.

When I need to move, I toss everything in them, and make them tables/stands when I'm not using them.
» ikimashokie on 2007-02-05 05:45:00

ah the wonders of Rubbermaid...
they're good for putting stuff in to put in the basement. it's okay if they get wet, and they're way more durable than cardboard anyhow. And they last longer.
» invisible on 2007-02-06 12:39:12

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