When we first moved into our marital home, Joshua and I were on a shoe-string budget so our furniture were mostly hand-me-downs, although I did make sure they followed a certain criteria to attain visual uniformity. To save money, we also brought used hangers from our parents' homes for our wardrobe. However, because they were from our parents' era, they were almost as old as we were. Over the years, other than being an eye-sore with the multi-colours and different types/designs, the hangers showed signs of rust, bending out of shape and some even had strange cut marks on them.
I recently discovered a wholesale shop very near my place which sells simple and modern looking hangers at affordable prices. I decided that it was high time I buy a whole set of brand new hangers for our clothes. Now, with coordinated hangers, the wardrobe seems less cluttered and far more pleasant looking. I also pasted 3M hooks on the wardrobe doors for Joshua's tie hanger and my small purses, making them more easily accessible.
With two bicycles, a strider and a scooter to be kept in our store room, it became very cramped and made it hard for me to access my items. My daily work was hindered cos going into the store-room to retrieve diapers, refills of kitchen towels/tissue/wet wipes or not-frequently used things became pretty hazardous. As I researched online to look for a solution, I came upon this dual bicycle rack. I bought it and installed it at one side of my store room to keep the bicycles out of the way. Now, I can reach for my stuff easily again. Yippee!