You don’t have to buy a thousand plastic storage totes. You probably have the items you need right at home already. In fact, some of the disorganized items you have strewn around right now could be exactly what you need to corral the rest of the chaos.
These clever organizing ideas will help you put everything in its place!
Store your bags of trash, magazines, and other plastic packaging in the pantry. Put your small appliances, such as your electric kettle and toaster, in the kitchen. Stack your dishes in the fridge and keep your veggies in a drawer. Use a pegboard for your kitchen.
Store your K-Cups in an egg carton. Make your own chip clips. Organize cookie cutters with a paper towel rack. Get a rotating food tray. Label ingredients with chalkboard paint.
Organize Your Home
You can make a shower curtain organizer or organize your scarves with shower curtain rings. Make your own tie holder. Organize your underwear in PVC pipes. Use a letter organizer for your flip-flops and sandals. Time to bring out the corkboard again. Stop your clothes from falling off your hangars. Store your shoes the easy way.
Make your own tie holder. Organize your underwear. Use a letter organizer for your flip-flops and sandals. Start bringing out the corkboard again.
Store your shoes the easy way. Organize your cords. Create a DIY cable box. Organize your cords. Label your cords. Conceal your power cord in a shoebox. Run your cords through binder clips. Create a family charging station. Use plastic bread tags. Shoe organizer to the rescue! Turn a used lotion bottle into a beautiful holder for charging your cell phone.
You’ll discover how to use your current cables and technology. Put your cords inside toilet paper tubes. Label your cords. Use plastic bread tags. Neatly conceal your power cord in a shoebox. Run your cords through binder clips.
Create a family charging station. Shoe organizer to the rescue (again)! Turn a used lotion bottle into a beautiful holder for charging a cell phone. Organize Your Hair, Jewelry, and Beauty Supplies. Use a carabiner to get your hair ties organized. Use a spice rack to display your perfume bottles. Store makeup brushes in a toothbrush holder. Fill a vase with coffee beans for your brushes.
Use a kitchen utensil tray. Use an old wooden hangar to store your necklaces. Use a magazine holder in an unconventional way. Use hanging shoe organizers for just about everything. Store your makeup palettes with a desk file organizer. Magnetize it. Use magnetic tape to hold bobby pins and other small metallic items. Use a paperclip holder instead. Store your hairdryer in a PVC pipe. Use the inside of your cabinet doors.
Make use of a carabiner to keep all of your hair ties together in one place. Use a spice rack to keep all your perfume bottles visible. Store your makeup brushes in a toothbrush holder. Fill a vase with coffee beans for your brushes. Use a kitchen utensil tray.
You can create a “pincushion” for your tools. Mount paint swatches on a hook. Recycle your tins. Use a belt rack for your wrenches. Get these adorable tennis balls to hold your keys and other loose items.