DVD Storage Ideas

Written by bailey granger
  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share
  • Email

Over the years, you may have accumulated hundreds of DVDs that have turned into clutter because you ran out of places to store them. There are many ways to organise your DVDs and store them, ranging from furniture to portable cases. One of these solutions is bound to be right for your collection:

Media Storage Furniture

Media storage furniture is available in a multitude of configurations and styles. DVD towers come in styles that resemble a bookcase, cabinet, or metal stand. Some television furniture also comes with DVD storage underneath or on the sides. If you want the DVDs to be on display, consider a piece of furniture that is open. If you want to keep the DVDs out of sight, furniture with cabinet doors might be right. In addition, store DVDs in a cabinet can keep dust and moisture away from them. Furniture with drawers is an option, too, since DVDs can stack and drawers can hold a lot of them.

Portable Storage

If you are not interested in keeping the cases and DVD discs together, consider purchasing a DVD wallet or binder. This type of storage only holds the discs. DVD binders come in many different storage capacities ranging from a few DVDs to a couple hundred. If you plan on storing hundreds of DVDs in this manner, consider a binder that is heavy duty, as the DVDs will add some weight to it. Some binders also allow for expansion pages to be installed. Metal cases are also available for portable storage. If you choose this storage method, the jewel cases will need to be stored elsewhere or disposed.

Use Wasted Space

If you want to store the DVDs out of sight, consider wasted space. Look for places to install shelves in closets. You can also store DVDs under the bed or stairs. Evaluate the open spaces in your house to decide what would be conducive for storing your DVDs.

Don't Miss

  • All types
  • Articles
  • Slideshows
  • Videos
  • Most relevant
  • Most popular
  • Most recent

No articles available

No slideshows available

No videos available

By using the eHow.co.uk site, you consent to the use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie policy.