The Shelving Store Blog
Out of every room that gets revisited for cleaning every so often, it feels like the bathroom is the one that needs the most help sometimes, doesn’t it? There’s constantly people using it, there’s a ton of stuff that needs to be kept in there, and it seems like it can get out of hand within days of it being cleaned the last time.
For those of you out there that celebrate Easter, we know the pressure can be on sometimes – it falls right in the middle of spring cleaning, it’s probably the first time you’ve hosted a party since wintertime, and there’s a lot that goes into it! (This, of course, is all before you take into account the egg hunt.)
Whether they’re in there stomping around with their favorite toys, playing their favorite video game or board game, or just sitting quietly and coloring, the playroom can be a pretty vital place for kids while they grow up. It helps them get used to other spaces aside from their bedroom and can provide an important sense of security – and better yet, it gives them a place to play!
“Having a closet” is something a lot of us have taken for granted. Most houses have one, even if they’re not the biggest in the world, and they’re always nice to see when you’ve got coats to hang up and owner’s manuals (that you’re never going to read again) to stash away.
But what about those of us that don’t have closets? Believe it or not there are some houses that never got that far for whatever reason, and as a result you might be left scratching your head trying to figure out where your wardrobe is going to go.
One of the worst parts of any hobby is figuring out where to keep everything. From collectibles to music instruments even all the way to arts & crafts, our hobbies sure can take up a lot of space.