Bet you're not using the back of your bedroom door

Dec 01, 2015

The backs of bedroom doors often go unused. With a little creative thinking, however, these forgotten spaces can be turned into the organization solution your Brampton apartment needs. Find DIY back-of-the-door projects in today’s post from Timbercreek Communities.

Over-the-door mirror

Once you use a full-length mirror, you will never want to go back. The few added inches of reflection are often crucial in making sure you are ready for your business meeting, special event or coffee date. An over-the-door mirror easily slides onto the back of your bedroom door, no hardware required.

Expand your bathroom countertop

How would you like to double your bathroom counter space? For residents who can never have too much room, a vanity or cosmetic station that fits on the back of your door is a welcome solution.

Let loose your creativity 

Organize your brain by turning the back of your bedroom door into a space for thinking aloud. Browse the many wall-safe chalkboards, corkboards and whiteboards sold online. 

Hazardous clutter

Accessories, such as shoes and scarfs, often find their way to the middle of your TC DoorOrganizer2bedroom floor, creating clutter and a walking hazard at night. Put the back of your bedroom door to use with an easy slip-on scarf organizer or shoe organizer

Where to start shopping

Now that you have a few ideas of how you can use this under appreciated space in your Timbercreek Communities Apartment, it is time to buy whatever supplies you need. In addition to shopping online, a hardware store is a great place to start. 25 Rambler Drive Apartments are just a five-minute walk from the nearest Lowe’s (370 Kennedy Road South).

The blog team at Timbercreek Communities wants to help you make the most of your apartment. For more information about our spacious Brampton Apartments, visit our website today.

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