Tension rods are usually used for just one purpose – as curtain rods. They’re preferred to the traditional curtain rod because there’s no drilling involved. No mess, just a quick fix to hang curtains. They’re perfect for renters, and anyone who has no DIY skills. But did you know that there are so many other uses for tension rods? We didn’t, so that’s why we decided to share this story about tension rods in do-it-yourself design and organization. Check out the pictures below to see how you can use them creatively in your home. These are awesome ideas not to be missed.
Tension Rods DIY Design…
a great idea for the play room…
In the kitchen, it’s great for pots and pans!
In the closet, make a shoe rack.
In the bedroom, makes a super a den for the kids!
Cleaning products often come in clumsily-shaped bottles that take up space in your cupboards. A tension rod will help with it…
Keep your craft paper easily reachable but out of sight.
Excellent for ribbon storage for crafts.
Section off the pantry to sort, organize and create storage space.
Cordon off areas of the house to prevent young children and pets from roaming too far.