Tension rods for the home are usually used for just one purpose, aren’t they? You use them as curtain rods. They’re preferable in many ways to the traditional curtain rod in that you need not drill a load of holes and make a huge mess with screws and things. Which is great news for renters or people who have no DIY skills!
But there are other uses for tension rods, too, you know. We’ve only just found out about these and we’re think they’re pretty cool…
Let’s start with this – a clever idea for the play room…
Great for pots and pans!
Make a shoe rack.
Make 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.
Cool ribbon storage for crafty types.
Section off your pantry to help sort, organize and create storage space.
Cordon off areas of the house to prevent young children and pets from roaming too far.
Pretty useful, huh? Who knew?!