Closet Envy

There’s always that struggle to maximize space would you agree? With that in mind, we’ve put together some pegs to save big on space but slay in style at the same time!

It’s all about vertical storage — strategically place rarely or occasionally used items on top storage and keep your to-go items within your hands reach.

Working with a narrow spaces may require you to even use the wall! Keep your shoes vertically aligned and organized using wall mounts. This will reduce items place on the floor (hello, clutter-free walkways) and will give you a better view of all your cute shoes!

Every inch matters! For awkward-sized spaces, drawers are the key! It’s a lifesaver in keeping your little trinkets in tact!


Published by ayalalandbroker

REALTOR MIKE has been in the real estate business for 15 years. He is currently a member of the Philippine Association of Real Estate Boards (PAREB) and the National Association of Realtors of America (NAR). He was also a previous member of the Real Estate Brokers’ Association of the Philippines (REBAP). He took his primary and secondary education at Ateneo de Manila and Colegio San Agustin, respectively. He finished his Bachelors’ degree in the University of the Philippines Diliman and took his post graduate at the Asian Institute of Management (Masteral in Entrepreneurship). He is also a business owner, having owned and operated various small business and franchises including Pancake House, Bruno’s Barber’s, David’s Salon and Metro Salon. He is closely working with Ayala Land with it’s different brands (Ayala Premier, Alveo Land and Avida Land), and continues to focus his attention on projects from this company. He is also a resident of an Ayala community, which became the basis for his establishing AT HOME REALTY.

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