Use a kitchen lid rack to organize your clutches.
If you live in a small house or a tiny apartment, storage space is always an issue. Even when we know space is limited, we can't help it that we end up accumulating more and more things. But eventually, we run out of places to store them.
If you're like me and you struggle to stay organized because you can't seem to find a place to keep your everyday items, you're in luck. Here's a creative list of brilliant and cost efficient storage ideas that you can do yourself. These 42 tips will open your mind up to a variety of possibilities. If keeping yourself neat and organized is a goal for the new year, this is the perfect way to start.
A pegboard is perfect for hanging baskets and other things.
Recycle wet wipe containers to store plastic grocery bags.
Use pant hangers for tall boots
Use crown molding to organize shoes.
Use a spice rack for nail polish or essential oils.
Use velcro to store your remote controls.
Tired of searching for your tweezers? Install a magnet to hold them.
Baskets can hidden under cabinets.
Store wrapping paper on your closet ceiling.
Keep your Christmas ornaments in one place with this idea.
Use wall space to organize items in your closet.
Shoe bags make an excellent storage for paper towels.
Use shower curtain rings and a hanger to hang baseball caps.
No room in the shower? Hang your bath products.
A fruit basket can be used to hang toys or bath accessories.
Make every corner of your home useful.
Use left over PVP pipes to organize gardening tools.
Use LEGOs to keep your desk and other areas organized.
Store balls by using bungee cords.
A wooden craft store rack can be used to store headbands.
Turn a pegboard into a box.
A magazine holder can be used as a place to store curling irons, brushes, and a blowdryer.
Create your own toothbrush holder in the cabinet.
Maximize your closet storage by using wonder hangers.
Organize cords using clamps.
Place your washer and dryer on top of a shelf.
Attach a shoe holder on the inside of your bathroom cabinet to store supplies.
Use a wine rack to organize your purses.
A wine rack can also be used as a towel holder.
A shelf over the bathroom door is a great place for things that are rarely used.
Use hooks to create an useful foil dispenser.
No place to air dry clothes? Hang a ladder.
Use baskets to store books.
Never search for Tupperware lids again with this idea.
Hang spray bottles using a tension rod.
Use magazine holder for storing aluminum foil, plastic wrap, cutting boards and other items.
Pipe fittings can be used to hold your hair styling tools.
Use empty bottles as bracelet holders.
Need space for firewood storage? Here's a DIY.
Use a magnet strip under your cabinets to store spices.
Use ice cube trays to store jewelry or crafts.
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