As many of us have been cooped up indoors for the majority of the year, our homes have started to feel quite small.

A way to get around this problem is to have a re-organise.

Sorting out your storage can really make your property feel more spacious – and it’s good for the mind to have an organised home too!

If you don’t know where to get started, worry not.

Daily Star Online has rounded up some of the top storage hacks from around the internet.

From clever way to fold plastic bags to Mrs Hinch’s solution for storing pots and pans – will you be giving any of the ideas a go?

1. Space-saving way to store towels

Back in April, a woman has revealed how she doubles the amount of towels she can keep in her laundry cupboard.

On her Instagram page, @theorganisedrental, Kristelle showed how to make the towels take up less space.

Instead of folding them or lying them flat, she rolls them up and stores them vertically.

You can store much more towels if you do so like this

The Australian influencer told her 7,000 followers: "Since posting my linen organisation I had a lot of questions asking how I store my linen to achieve something pretty, yet effective.

"Biggest tip is to roll your linen.

“I fix six towels per basket, if they were folded I would fit three."

The post racked up 120 likes – and many said they’d be giving the trick a go.

2. How to store pots and pans

You won’t find Mrs Hinch’s cupboards in disarray.

The housework whiz has come up with clever ways to display kitchenware.

She pops frying pans in a bakeware organiser she picked up on eBay.

And for saucepans, she finds stacking them to be the easiest way to go.

Here's how Mrs Hinch stores her pots and pans

Sophie shared the tip on her Instagram stories, writing: "Someone messaged me and said 'turn your saucepan lids upside down and then sit the pans on top of each other.

"Everyone probably knew this… but I didn't!"

Mrs Hinch wasn’t the only one to be blown away by the trick.

She shared a screenshot of some of the messages she had received thanking her and her fan for the advice, saying: "I was not alone! Hallelujah. Love you guys!"

3. Plastic bag hack

In April, a woman shared her ultimate hack to store her plastic bags.

In the video, TikTok user xxx_hedi_xxx gathers all the plastic bags on the kitchen floor before demonstrating how to store them neatly.

First, she flattens a Tesco plastic bag and folds it into three parts to form a long rectangle.

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Then she folds one-third of the bag inwards, before doing the same to the opposite side to produce a square.

She continues by folding the square in half and making it into a triangle and again, this time into a smaller triangle.

Finally, the woman puts the triangle through the handle loop to secure it.

Before the video ends, she pulls out her drawer full of plastic bags in perfect triangular shapes. Genius!

4. Baking tray tips

A woman keeps her baking trays looking trim and tidy.

Instead of leaving her cookware all over her kitchen, or clogging up her cupboards, she arranged it in a divider.

She used a file organiser to do this – so you don’t even need to fork out for an expensive product to achieve the same effect.

Who knew? You can use file organisers to separate your oven trays and keep them looking tidy

The cleaning whiz shared details of her hack on her Instagram page, @theorganisedrental.

She wrote: “One of my favourite kitchen hacks. A file organiser to store my oven trays!

“Absolutely love how much easier it is to find trays and it’s aesthetically pleasing to me.”

The post racked up 128 likes and dozens of comments – and many said they’d be trying out the hack for themselves.

5. Neatly fold your clothes

Mrs Hinch uses the Marie Kondo method to fold her clothing – and it frees up a lot of space.

She also pops a scented dryer sheet beside her garments to keep them smelling amazing.

If you want to try the folding method, listen up.

Mrs Hinch folds her clothes carefully – and keeps them fresh by using a scented dryer sheet
  1. Fold both sleeves inwards
  2. Once the sleeves are tucked away, fold the top into a rectangle shape
  3. Fold the clothing item in half lengthwise
  4. Next, fold it in half lengthwise
  5. Fold it for a third time lengthwise
  6. When a piece of clothing is folded properly, you should be able to stand it up in your drawers
  7. Repeat until you’ve filled your entire cabinet

6. Tidy up messy cables

Loose Women star Stacey Solomon shared her method for banishing unsightly messy cables in games cupboard.

She used a board to peg her children's items too.

This way, she was able to keep consoles and wires neatly in their place on the wall.

How satisfying does this look!

After finishing the organisation, Stacey joked the new tidy layout was like 'cupboard porn' to her.

The ITV regular added: "So I sorted through everything and put misc wires in the wire drawer and untangled EVERYTHING.

"I’m glad the boys are only allowed to play on weekends because I’ll only have to tidy this one a month."