Tackle your home storage problems with these smart organization tricks that will help you eliminate clutter even in the most challenging of storage spots, such as under the bathroom sink, or in your mudroom.
Storage Solutions: Vintage Dresser
See how Jen of the blog City Farmhouse turned an old dresser into stylish storage that keeps away clutter in her living room.
Today, I'm going to be sharing with you one of my favorite
storage solutions , my vintage storage dresser. When we first moved in, my little guy was one and my oldest was six Six, there were
Max Out Your Bathroom's Storage
These mini-but-mighty bath storage ideas will help you trick a slim setup into handling everything from accessories to oversize purchases.
to tuck away other bathroom necessities. Quickly conceal bulk items such as shampoo bottles and toilet paper within deep drawers. Look for surprise storage opportunities. This
lighting fixture doubles as a necklace holder, keeping favorite baubles within reach. You can try one or all of these tips to maximize your
Squeeze an Instant Pantry Into Any Space
Don’t have built-ins in your kitchen? All you need is a sliver of empty wall to set up this instant pantry.
dry good, and snacks. Curb visual clutter by decanting items in to glass jars and containers. Shop for containers that can be stacked to save additional space. Pull-out shelves make it easy to access items at the back of the cabinet. And finally, add risers to double your
storage space and allow you to see what's tucked away in the back of the shelves.
Basement Family Room Ideas
Make your basement family room the place where everyone will want to hang out. Plus, see how to pack it with sneaky and clever storage solutions that will keep clutter at bay.
Wall mounted mail boxes are a creative way to organize DVDs and
video games . Repurpose metal trash bins for simple storage that keeps floors clutter free. For easy organization, make sure you label your bins. Take
Better Home Office Organization
Is your desk a haven for clutter? Clean it up and try this approach for better home office organization and storage.
the wall and deposit small bits of paper, like tickets, coupons and
gift certificates inside. Replace your desk and bulky file cabinet with a slim do it all console. Utilize the top as your desktop and a slimmer surface means stuff has less space to pile up. Convert small trays into drop zones and charging stations for each family member thread cables through binder clips so cords are tangle free on the lower shelves group
Small Entryway Organization
Even the smallest of entryways can be organized. Here's how to pack in storage for your on-the-go and out-the-door needs.
for your entryway essentials. Start with a console table with plenty of
storage options . Such as open shelves and drawers. Add bins for easy and stylish storage. Label your bins to clearly indicate what goes where. Prevent shoe pile-ups by using the lower shelf as out of the way footwear storage. Use unconventional solutions for table top storage. A vintage pot as a charging perch. A lunch box as a caddy for a digital camera and its accessories. And a dessert dish for dropping jewelry. Eliminate the key hunt every
Get Organized with Storage Containers
Want to get organized? Pick the right storage container for the right job and you'll be on your way. Follow these tips for choosing bins, baskets, and more.
such as sports gear. Caddies feature handles and dividers for organizing smaller items . Designed for flatware and tools, they are purposed well in baths for toiletries, offices for small office supplies, and for playrooms for crafting items. [MUSIC] Buckets are often meant to be decorative rather than hard working. So test handle and container strength. Tapered sides means you sacrifice some
storage space . Use buckets to store remotes and game controls, or shoes, scarves and mittens in an entry. Canisters look great on display, and work well for pantry staples and bathroom goods, like cotton swabs. But because they're cylindrical, you lose storage space . Boxes, because of their lids, are best for holding items you access less frequently. Shop for sturdy versions that allow for stacking, and plan to add labels. Baskets don't stack like boxes, but look great on display. They can be filled to the brim with linens, craft supplies, or packaged foods . Handles make transportation easy. Trays are shallow and ideal for stashing office supplies, toiletries, and other small items. Look for version with lips at least two inches tall to secure contents . Stacking containers saves space on shelves and desktops. [MUSIC] Plan to add labels to containers exteriors so you know what's stored at
Ultimate Garage Organization
This garage has storage space for everything - from gardening gear to sports equipment. Take a cue from its setup for your own garage organization strategy.