5 Places To Use Slatwall For A Clutter-Free Home


Nobody likes clutter. This has always been true, but in recent years the minimalist style and lifestyle have taken over. There is no longer tolerance for a home full of disorderly possessions. Now is the time to declutter your space.

Luckily, to adjust with these changing times, there is an abundance of innovative home storage and organization products available on the market today. While they all may seem very contemporary and cool, are they really necessary?

Honestly, the only thing you really need is what you’ve seen every time you entered a retail store (remember those?). It is called slatwall. They come in panels that attach to your wall and offer a variety of accessories like hooks and shelves that will help you declutter any problem area you may encounter. It is likely you have seen slatwall in action at somebody’s home, but if not, then it might be hard to imagine it anywhere other than at your largest retailer. Slatwall is and can be used virtually anywhere you want, but to give you a better idea of how it will work for you we created a list of the 5 most popular places people use slatwall in their homes to eliminate clutter.

1. Garage Organization

If you have a garage, then you probably live in a home and deal with the common clutter that comes with it. Whether it be shovels, rakes, ladders, baseball bats, basketballs, fishing poles, bicycles, gas cans, or tools, these items may be tough to not create an eyesore with. Many people most commonly install slatwall panels in their garage because they take up minimal space and provide maximum storage capability.

2. Closet Storage

Often, a horizontal pole doesn’t provide enough versatility to hold every item in our closets. It is great for holding shirts on hangers, but it is not an ideal set up for organizing things like handbags, shoes, and jewelry. Slatwall can be installed on an open wall in your closet and be fitted with hooks and shelves to provide the perfect one-stop solution to all the hassling items in your wardrobe.

3. Basement Shelving

The basement of your home may wear many hats. For many individuals, it may be a home office, gym, bar, pantry, game room, bunker (you never know) or even just a storage space for your extra junk. All of these basement possibilities have one thing in common – additional items – that need to be put somewhere, somehow.

4. Mudroom Space Savers

Like your closet, the mudroom is often a place that holds apparel like jackets, hats, shoes, bags, and backpacks. If your mudroom does not have the right places for storage, then it is likely that clutter will create chaos in your kitchen or living room space. Installing slatwall in a mudroom, may be a good step to preventing clutter in other areas of your home.

5. Laundry Room Solutions

Although it may sound impossible, you can keep your laundry room tidy. Even with all the piles of clothes, detergent, cleaning supplies, brooms, ironing boards, baskets, mops or whatever else may be in there. All those things can be managed efficiently using slatwall. There is even a specific slatwall accessory called the laundry hook that is perfect for holding hangers to keep your garments wrinkle-free or to let air dry.

Hopefully, this list has inspired you to declutter one or more of these problem rooms in your home. And don’t let the list confuse you, you can use slatwall anywhere you want to get organized. Whether you need to clean up your closet, garage or any other area, it is the one storage solution that can turn your mess into a masterpiece.

DIY Home Center carries quality Garage Escape slatwall panels and a variety of slatwall accessories that will meet all of your storage needs. Visit our website to shop or learn more about other home improvement solutions. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the section below.

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