The Tots100 Home Club is a brand new partnership between the Tots100 and Homebase. Over the coming months, we’ll be sharing with you some ideas and inspiration for how you can make the most of your home – without spending a fortune.
This month, we challenged five Tots100 bloggers to tackle a challenge that many of us face – storage. *guilty glance in the direction of the understairs cupboard*
How can you improve the storage in your home? Especially if – like our bloggers – you’ve only got £100 to spend?
First up, Kelly from Domestic Goddesque admitted that her daughters’ bedroom is a toy-filled den of chaos. Check out the Before post, and see how Kelly transformed the room with some clever shelving and storage tricks.
Our second blogger, Heather from Growing Spaces, took on the task of transforming the messy, cluttered hallway in her Before post. The transformation into a colourful modern space is nothing short of spectacular – we especially love the use of bread bins!
Like many of us, Karen from The White Approach works from home, and her desk area has taken over the dining room, as shown in her Before post. But Karen shows how using something unexpected – in this case, a gardening storage unit – can look beautiful with just a little bit of creativity.
Liz at Violet Posy has a cupboard. You know the cupboard – we all have one, right? Where things go to hide away. And every time you try to open it, everything threatens to topple out? Do you recognise the picture in this Before post? Well, just look at what some smart storage and a lick of paint can do!
Finally, Jen at Mum in the Madhouse has been looking at tips for storing her craft materials – some great tips here, thanks Jen!
Next month, the Home Club bloggers will be looking at an area that’s often neglected in family homes – the main bedroom. How can you transform your bedroom into an oasis of calm if you’ve only got £100 to spend? Keep your eyes peeled for tips from our brilliant Home Club bloggers. What are your bedroom decor challenges? We’d love to hear about it, and do let us know if you’d like to take on a Home Club challenge – what’s your must-tackle project?