The house we moved into has 4 bedrooms.
You see, in my opinion, a room cannot be classified as a bedroom unless it has a closet. Chattanooga realtors appear to think otherwise.
Honestly, I’m not really sure what the builders of this house were thinking when they made this home (in 2007! It’s not even old!). You see, the largest “bedroom” in the house has its own bathroom but completely lacks a closet. It is supposedly the master bedroom, and I definitely would have been tempted to move into it, but what in the world would we do with all our clothes? It doesn’t make any sense to go upstairs to get dressed!
So this nice big room has become our guest room. Which means that now our guests have to figure out where in the world to put their clothes when they visit. We do have a hall closet downstairs that can hold a few things, but you have to walk through the living room to get to it. That could be sort of embarrassing for company if other folks in the house are awake and hanging out in the living room (a very likely incident with two small children who are early risers).
But I found a solution at Spectrum Diversified that will make a big difference, and it takes up precious little space. Check out this over the door wardrobe rack. We put this on the door in the guest room and it is the perfect place for our company to hang up their clothes. We could have purchased a large wardrobe, I suppose, but those are expensive and they take up a ton of space. I much prefer this option, and at $11.99, my wallet is absolutely ecstatic about the choice!
Spectrum also has some fantastic wall hooks that can help you create more space in cramped quarters. We installed this metal wardrobe rack in our bathroom so that we could get the girls’ towels off the floor. Since all 4 of us use one bathroom, our towel rack was not sufficient, and there were constantly towels on the floor or hanging on door knobs. Now the girls’ towels have their very own dedicated space! This hook is just $8.49 and looks really sharp.
Finally, we installed the CUTEST bird wall hook in Layah’s closet. This created a space for her diaper bag to hang. Before installing it, the diaper bag’s “home” was wherever it landed, which meant that it was frequently lost. Now it has a place to return to after every outing, and space in the closet that wasn’t being used now has a purpose. Gotta love that! And at $3.49, how can you say no to something this adorable?
I have been extremely impressed with the creative storage and organizing solutions offered by Spectrum Diversified, as well as the price points. All three of the products I now have in my home were less than $25, and look at how many problems they solved!
I have a feeling that some of you could use a bit of help getting organized in your home, so…
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Disclosure: I received complimentary products for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are strictly my own.