It's that time of year when we all need a little extra space and, for once, we're not talking social distancing.
With presents to buy for family and friends, parents in particular can find themselves struggling to find hiding places away from prying eyes.
That's probably why one mum's idea of where to store Christmas presents is proving so popular. And you might not need any extra space at all.
Sadie Griffiths shared her idea of putting her sons' gifts inside suitcases.
Not only do you have all that empty space to fill, but you can even put a lock on them too.
It was actually Sadie's husband Brett, 34, who made the suggestion and she was so impressed she decided to share it on the popular Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas Facebook page, which has proved massively popular since launching during the first lockdown.
Sharing a photo of one of their cases packed with gifts, mum-of-three Sadie, 31, said: "Hubs suggested storing the kids presents in a suitcase! Genius! No more hiding them in every cupboard I can think of, they hold loads and can get a little lock so can't be opened. Thought I'd share the tip!"
And the 31-year-old wasn't the only one impressed with Brett's idea. Her post amassed 29k interactions and more than 4k comments in just one day.
"Oh my god! Genius!" said one. While another added: "Plus easier to bring downstairs!! Brilliant idea."
Sadie, mum to three boys, Reuben, six, five-year-old Harlan and Lucian, two, lives in Wales, but her idea has been praised by parents across the country.
She told the Manchester Evening News' Manchester Family: "We have three sons so there's quite a few presents to stash away.
"We had recently been away for a little break and when asking my husband to put the suitcases back up the attic and bring down some presents to start wrapping up, he suggested wrapping them and just hiding them in the cases.
"It's meant I can keep them altogether and not have little piles stashed around the place!
"The boys have one case filled each and the suitcases are hidden under the bed or on top of a wardrobe. Any bigger items are usually up the attic out of sight."