The Storage Post Blog

Office supplies and utensils organized

Lauriann Stepp, The Clutterologist, gives some tips to new home buyers and anyone looking to simplify their move-in process, as well as a handy tip for homestaging.

Messy dorm room

Ignorance is bliss. Unless that ignorance means a less-than-blissful living space. Don’t be in denial about your dorm, check out these five warning signs to see if you’re messier than you think.

Person sorting through a record collection

Storage Post has five tips to wrangling your collection and solving your storage crisis.

Basketball hoop

Oddly shaped sports equipment can limit your storage options when swapping out one season’s equipment for another. So we’ve come up with five ways to get these items under control. 

Clean dorm room

Living in a dorm means living in a tiny space. And you share it. Here are 5 ways to maximize those precious inches and claim them as your own. 

Coffee and books

The Clutterologist advises students about sharing space in a dorm for the first time, dealing with messy roommates, and what to do with all those t-shirts.

Cluttered tools

Q. Some of our customers don't have space in their apartments for more than the essentials, yet they are avid DIY crafters and hobbyists. What tips do you have for incorporating crafts or hobbies into a small space? 

Warehouse with shelves filled with boxes

All small business owners with inventories need a system for organizing and storing their wares. Storage Post experts recommend separating inventory from daily operations to better control clutter and manage product quantities. And, of course, clear labeling and inventory sheets are a must.

Open sign on a store's door

Working in a home or business office can be chaotic without smart organization. Papers tend to pile up for days – sometimes weeks -- before being scanned, filed or shredded. And as many small business owners can attest, inventory has a way of taking over every flat surface.