Clothing can be a real problem to fit into a small wardrobe, especially as they get older. Most of the people face the problem of space utilization; in that situation Space Saving Hangers are the key! For storing clothes Children’s hangers from beautiful deluxe wooden hangers you’ll find truly amazing value for money hangers that simply do the job! If you’ve been searching for cheap children’s hangers, but don’t want to compromise on quality or space in the wardrobe there are some great value and quality hangers range. Such as the Swivel Hook Hanger which is perfect because it has tie/belt bars and end loops to allow you have as much use from Bathroom Accessories as possible and the swivel hook is really useful for hanging on the back of the door too and turns it into an over door clothes hanger. Customer said they are: “Great hangers! Perfect for my 3 year old baby’s wardrobe. Big enough to fit clothes up to about 10 years old”. With 1 Space Saver Hanger Bar & 6 hangers per pack they allow 6 garments to hang in the same space as 1! If you’re fed up with having to keep buying new sizes of hanger as your children grow you would be interested in the Bendy Hanger. These hangers are fantastic for Children’s Clothes because you can change the shape to accommodate many styles & sizes of garments. The Small Bendy Hangers are available with the Rubber Coating and they will last for years because you can bend them to fit your children’s clothes as they move up through the sizes. Now, for even more space in the bedroom you need to look at all areas to see if you can use them for storage. A favorite place is under the bed, hidden out of sight, but incredibly useful. Maximize this area with the brilliant concept of Vacuum Storage! You can get 3 times more storage space by making use of Vacuum Storage Bags. The Deluxe Underbed Vacuum Storage Chest, which is new to the vacuum storage range, will reduce volume by up to 75%! This one is high capacity with a compressible inner bag, and is very sturdy with rigid side panels. Both airtight & waterproof it has the added benefit of providing protection against moths, bugs, dirt, mildew & odors. The see-through window allows quick identification of contents and the strong handle makes it easy to pull out. A brilliant invention for neatly storing bulky items under the bed (not intended for storing feathered duvets or perishable goods). Dimensions: 106 x 45 x 15 centimeters (41” x 17 ½” x 6” approx) Storage bags and boxes for under the bed are great, and will organize what goes under their making it easy to get out and being organized will actually gain you some extra space too. One large chest contains a vacuum bag with the capacity to store jumpers, pillows, blankets, duvets, sheets and/or t-shirts and then by inserting your vacuum cleaners hose into the valve the air is removed from the bag and just watch the volume of the bag reduce.
All different types of people live in rented housing. Most rented dwellings are part of a complex and share common space with other renters. Depending on where you live, rented properties might be your only option. You might have other reasons for choosing to rent instead of own, like money, an unpredictable work schedule, or a temporary family situation. Apartment rentals may be an option for you if you are in this situation. If you are having a tough time accepting rented living or there are things that frustrate you about your situation, there are plenty of things you can do to make thing better. First, make sure your environment is safe. Some people feel safer living in homes rather than living in rented space. You should check out all of the escape routes in the building and make sure your interior smoke detectors work. Consider installing or ask your landlord to install a carbon monoxide detector. Also make sure the locks on all entryways are secure. Many ground level units have sliding glass patio doors, which offer an easy entry for burglars. Consider additional security for doors like this like drop bars or alarms. Use your space effectively. Chances are you have less space living in a rented unit as opposed to owning your home. Make sure you purchase furniture that is suitable for living in a smaller area. If you are living in the rented space temporarily, consider storing some of your larger spaces. Keep clutter to a minimum and enjoy the fact you have less space to clean and fewer maintenance issues in an apartment. Also look for smart storage solutions, such as under the bed storage systems or shelving throughout the space. Most rented homes have small kitchens. Organizing a small space like a kitchen is important so it can be fully functional. Some people who live in rented units hardly ever use their kitchen because the space is small and inconvenient. Make the place as pleasant as possible. Fill it with gourmet ingredients and high quality cookware. Just try not to go overboard with supplies because they take up space. Create a pleasant seating area near the kitchen or on a patio for dining. This will encourage you to cook at home on the regular basis. If you have time, become active in the community. Sometimes renters create a community organization that helps them stay in touch with one another, make decisions about property issues that affect everyone, and plan special events. Making friends and feeling like a part of the community is a great way to chase away the blues of rented space. It will help you get through hard times and even if the situation is only temporary, it will be more fulfilling if you are part of the community and experiencing an active social life with those around you. Do what you can to be friendly with neighbors and you might find yourself with lifelong friends, even though your living situation is temporary?