I hate going to the kitchen and having all my lids and containers all over the place. It’s just so frustrating. But now I can use a tension rod to keep everything organized and in their own spot!
I don’t have much space under my kitchen sink, so storing cleaning supplies has always been a nightmare. But a tension rod has really helped! I can hang my squirt bottles, gloves, and other items off it, allowing me more space below!
I love this idea of using tension rods in combination with a stand to make a bunch of closet storage space. Not only does it look cute, but it also seems pretty effective!
Use a tension rod and a valence to make a makeshift dust ruffle for your bed. Just hang the valence from the tension rod, and you’re good!
Put a tension rod in your kitchen window (or any window, really) and hang some potted plants from it. This gives you some green that you can enjoy looking at every day.
Use a tension rod to hang up curtains in your laundry rooms or another room. I like it in the laundry room because it allows me to have all my laundry supplies nearby without it looking too cluttered.
I don’t know what I would do without a tension rod to store all the tape I have in my craft room. From scotch tape to washi tape, tension rods have saved my life, really!
I also love using them to store ribbon, twine, and other objects. It just makes it so much easier to have them all there and not have to rifle through a bunch of shelves to get stuff.
Wrapping paper storage is probably one of the most annoying things to deal with. If you don’t do it right then all your wrapping paper gets crumpled and ruined. Using a tension rod or two to press your wrapping paper to the wall is the perfect solution!
Make an adorable table skirt for any table or desk in your home by using a tension rod. Simply slide the curtain on the rod and then hang the rod up!