Moving out of your apartment can get pretty stressful, and although the end result is that you will be moving to a new area, those few days can be pretty energy sapping. Still, there are a few tips that you can follow to ease the process.
First and foremost, the moving process traditionally requires a few car rides back and forth for you to transport all the furniture and essential houseware items to your new place.
On the other hand, you can skip this part by hiring a professional moving service – there will be a few good ones in your area that are ready to do this for a fair and reasonable price. This way you will save time, and energy, as well as reduce the risk of damaging your items.
Along with that, when you are moving, you need at least a few good storage bins that you will use to transport your items and keep them in while you figure out the interior layout of your new place.
While plastic storage bins are your best choice for the moving process, these will work great for personal use as well, when we are talking about home storage space. And if you are in the houseware business, investing in plastic storage bins is even more important.
Still, not all plastic bins look fancy and you will want to find a way to hide them from plain sight. But is it possible and how can you do it? Let’s take a look.
Before moving on to how you can decorate your plastic storage bins, we want to name a few benefits of investing in high-quality storage bins.
First, you will maximize the space for storage while keeping your houseware items/clothes in good shape. Along with that, plastic storage bins are perfect for transporting, and can work well for long-term storage as well (storing bulky winter items in small spaces, etc.).
Lucky for you, the market is big and with a few minutes of research, you will be able to find the right ones for you.
First, our recommendation is to stay stress-free and avoid the hiding process by buying an attractive plastic storage bin. We would recommend that you invest in woven or knit storage baskets that allow for divided item storing that also look great on your shelf.
Along with that, we suggest that you look for baskets that fit your overall home interior – if you are trying to achieve a modern look in your home, investing in high-quality black plastic bins might work great. On the other hand, if you want to light up the space, buying white bins that will match your walls may be your best bet.
As mentioned above, the best idea for hiding your storage bins is by camouflaging them with the surroundings. Don’t be afraid to paint your plastic bins or decorate them according to the rest of your home décor.
One of the best tricks out there is to invest in a fitting mat that you will put over the plastic storage bin. This way you are getting more of a bench than a plastic bin and people will not see the difference.
Lastly, the most effective way to hide your plastic bins is by putting them away. What do we mean?
Well, just because you are using your storage bins doesn’t mean you have to put them in plain sight – just in an easy-to-access place. Investing in compact storage bins that could be put under your bed is a great option.
On the other hand, most storage bins can be put in your closet and thus hidden from the eye. And yes, if you are done with the storage bin (at least for now), you can simply collapse it and put it in your drawer. What do we mean?
Well, high-quality plastic bins can be folded away. In fact, a container that was 65 liters can fold down to just a few inches item that can fit almost anywhere.
Whether you are in the moving process, or you simply want to have a good storage facility in your home, plastic containers are a must. Storage bins are a convenient and effective way for both short- and long-term storing, and by using these, you will maximize the available space.
Still, if you don’t like the look of your plastic bins, there are a few things you can do about it. Following the tips mentioned above, you will be able to effectively store your items without ruining the interior design of your home.