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Sick of needing to search for school or daycare bags just as you’re leaving the house? Give them a home right near your entrance and encourage the kids to get into the habit of popping them straight on the hook as they walk in the door.
On and offRemovable plastic hooks are a versatile, affordable alternative to traditional hooks. They are especially useful for lightweight items and have myriad uses. Easily removed, they are perfect for temporarily stringing fairy lights, hanging a hairdryer behind a cupboard door or neatly organising loose cables. Keep spare keys easily accessible on hooks in the kitchen, or add extra hooks in the shower for loofahs and body gel.Tip: Removable hooks are available in a range of styles and sizes, with jumbo varieties able to hold up to 3.4 kilograms. Try spray painting them to match your interior.
Hooks and pegs can also be attached to the back of wardrobe doors in order to use up as much dead space as possible. Making everything in your wardrobe as visible as possible is crucial to ensuring every item is used and not left lying neglected in the farthest corners. 12 tips to make the most of a small walk-in wardrobe
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The inside of cupboard doors can be used to store accessories such as bags, ties, belts and scarves. All you need are a few hooks. Alternatively, you can pick up small metal rods (including tea towel racks) which you can attach to the inside of the door and hang items that way. I’ve done the latter in my new walk-in-wardrobe.