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I Wish I Knew These 12 Creative Uses For Tension Rods Earlier

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I Wish I Knew These 12 Creative Uses For Tension Rods Earlier

Life sometimes is complicated, but when we make it more organized, things become much easier. There’re furniture that helps, while it can be quite expensive and troublesome to install, let’s make use of tension rods which are highly flexible, cheap and extremely convenient to put up! Moreover, tension rods won’t leave any holes in your walls as they don’t require screws or any other tools for installation.

#1 No more scarf put everywhere in the house

scarf

    Via Pinterest

    #2 Little fun area for kids (Can adjust the rod when kids grow taller!)

    for kids

      via Sunshine on the Inside

      #3 No longer have to take the tape in cabinet, it’s so handy now

      tape

        via I’m A Project Junkie

        #4 No space wasted!

        chemicals

          #5 Again no space wasted!

          dead space
            more rods

              via 320sycamoreblog

              #6 Tidier and easier to dry

              kitchen

                via Martha Stewart

                #7 Extra space created!

                shower

                  via Pinterest

                  #8 No more piling up!

                  pans

                    via With Time to Spare

                    #9 Just pull it under the desk

                    paper

                      via Montana Prairie Tales

                      #10 Even better than cabinets

                      shoes
                        shoes2

                          via Buzzfeed

                          #11 Well organized bags can be great decoration!

                          bags

                            via Pinterest

                            #12 No more falling down and frequent picking up

                            wrapping paper

                              via Pinterest 

                              Reminder: Note that some tension rods might not b.e strong enough to support heavy stuff, please choose carefully and test it when you firstly make use of it to see if it’d fall down.

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