Do you have a dog or a cat at home? Are there small toys always going under the furniture in the living room?
Small children's toys also take the same route, especially when the living room is used as a playroom, as it’s often the case.
To keep small objects away from under of the sofa, the trick of this blogger is to use foam tubular pipe insulation.
She could have used a pool noodle, but they come in fluorescent colors, which is a little too showy, while the pipe insulation comes in black or dark gray.
The distinct advantage in addition to being a discreet accessory is that the balls bounce on the material and do not remain taken... And at $1.29 for 3 feet of foam insulation, it is clearly an economic and truly practical trick that will also prevent dust from accumulating under the couch.
In addition to a few lengths of insulation, she also bought elbows to connect her foam pipes under the sofa and zip ties to attach them to the legs of the sofa and hold them in place.
You can watch all of her instruction and measurements in this video.
Source: Trucs & Bricolages · Photo Credit: Trucs & Bricolages