The living room is the gathering place in many homes. Keeping it organized can be a challenge because it often serves many different functions, from a sitting room when guests come over to a TV/entertainment room. At Closet & Storage Concepts, our specialty is helping you keep your home organized, so we’ve put together a few of our favorite tips for living room storage!
DVD/ Disc Storage
If you have a sizeable DVD, BluRay, or other disc collection, it’s important to have a dedicated place to store it. Not only will this save space, but it will also make it easier for you to find the movie you’re looking for. Invest in a DVD tower (you can even get ones that rotate) and organize your movies or CDs alphabetically. If you don’t love the look of a DVD tower, consider an entertainment center that has built-in storage for all your movies, games, and CDs. Here at Closet & Storage Concepts of Denver, we can custom design a media center storage solution that meets your organization needs. This keeps your movie collection easily accessible but allows you to hide it away when not in use.
An easy way to add more storage to your living room is with a storage ottoman. An ottoman provides you with a place to put your feet up and store miscellaneous items. Use one to store spare blankets and throw pillows, or even use it as extra storage for your shoe collection!
Using empty wall space effectively is crucial for an organized living room. Aside from hanging decorations, you should be using your wall space for extra storage. Use floating shelves or even custom built-in shelves to store books, photographs, and awards. Use decorative baskets and bins to hold miscellaneous items like the office or crafting supplies. The great thing about using empty wall space for storage is that it doesn’t take up any floor space, which is ideal for smaller rooms.
Start remodeling your living room for improved storage and organization. Give your local Denver experts at Closet & Storage Concepts a call! We offer risk-free project designs and estimates. Let us take the headache out of getting organized.