Whether you are looking for better storage solutions, easier ways to clean, or ideas for adding more comfort to your home, look no further than these 41 home improvement hacks and tips.
Save space in your home, and create a bedroom under the stairs for the family dog.
Rather than vacuum or use a dustpan to clean up the crumbs and other scraps on the floor, this special baseboard will be a huge time-saver. Just use a broom, and this will suck up all the debris!
Create a unique feel to the living room by making it “sink.” It’s an elegant design that creates a space within a space.
Tired of separating your delicates from the other clothes? Install a sink with jets in the laundry room so that you can wash your delicates while you wash your other clothes. Talk about being efficient!
Cover the walls in your attic with cloud/sky-like wallpaper. Then put pillows all over the floor to create an awesome nap environment.
Why should the space below the stairs go to waste? Add a pull-out storage unit underneath the stairs!
Build the bunk beds directly into the walls for a more classy and sophisticated feel.
Install accordion windows for easy open and close. This is perfect for the kitchen, as it lets you air out any unwanted odors and provides a warm, cool breeze while you cook!
Find unused space and create a cozy, comfortable nook to take a nap or read a book.
If you don’t want to create a nook with unused space, try to create a small office.
Two is always (usually) better than one. In this case, two dishwashers saves you so much time. Alternate between the two so that you always have clean dishes readily available.
Create a lounge chair in the shower for a relaxing experience.
Don’t just settle for a small playhouse. Go all out with a tree mansion!
A walk-in shower is much easier to maintain and manage since you don’t have to deal with debris on the glass doors of a normal shower.
Create a book shelf underneath the staircase.
Maximize every possible space. This is genius!
This is super creative, and it gives you a relaxation space, as well a bed room.
Always wanted that “secret” room from the movies? Try this out!
Chores just got so much easier.
Fall asleep under the stars
If you are cooking up a feast, then this could be really useful. Pull out a hidden cabinet for some extra space.
Talk about peaceful!
Add a small deck to the master bedroom for a vacation getaway-like experience at home.
Space efficient and perfect for the winter months!
Hanging a painting by some hinges to your wall is the perfect way to hide a thermostat box.
Hang a plastic pocket shoe organizer in your pantry, and fill it with snack items. This will cut down on the number of boxes you have to fit in your pantry and utilizes a space that wasn’t being previously used.
Use a pair of fuzzy socks instead of buying Swiffer pads. You can toss this one in the wash and keep reusing it.
You can ball up some aluminum foil and use it in place of dryer sheets.
Place two coat hangers about 6 inches apart, and hang your ironing board from it.
These babies can work miracles in your home, especially if you live in a place where you can’t put holes in the walls. There are pretty much endless things you can do with Command Hooks, but they work great for storage like hanging bibs from behind the highchair or using them to hang your curling iron.
If you buy in bulk and can’t stand the sight of those gigantic detergent bottles, you can put it in one of those fancy glass drink dispensers to make your laundry room look neat and classy.
After you’re done painting a room, make sure you save a little bit of paint in a baby jar and have it on hand for when you need to make a touch-up.
Mail organizers or magazine holders are a perfect place to store flip flops and flats.
Are there always water bottles rolling out of your cabinets every time you open them? Store them in an over-the-door shoe organizer, and they’ll always stay in place.
Place a storage rod on the inside of your shower and hang stuff from it for extra storage.
Use shower curtains to hang your pants so they take up less room in your closets or drawers.
Cut a foam pool noodle in half, and screw it to your wall to prevent your doors from scratching your walls.