The bookcase doesn't need to be the only spot in the home for reading materials. This Scandinavian-style vertical hanging book holder created by Table and Hearth can be hung anywhere and at any height for kids to reach their favorite books. The use of bold fabric makes this one-of-a-kind DIY creation aesthetically pleasing and emulates the look of artistic wall decor.
A designated place in the home to charge the many devices -- phones, tablets, etc. -- is must. Using a store-bought desk organizer, Driven by Decor modified the unit to fit the needs and varying sizes of her multiple devices by drilling holes in the back to run the charging cords through. Now the organizer sits in a central spot to easily grab devices and go.
The abundance of scarves can often be overwhelming. To get a handle on organizing them in a one place, Beyond the Picket Fence created a scarf holder that is unique and ideal for any spot using a painted wood plank and leather straps.
The influx of catalogs and magazines can quickly get out of control. Inspired by an organizer found in a store, Table and Hearth built this industrial-style magazine holder made of copper piping parts and felt. It was just the answer to fit the needs of her favorite publications.
Organization in the crafts room can be challenging, but with do-it-yourself customized creations, an organized space is attainable. Using garage sale finds, Prodigal Pieces made a tiered stand to house her growing supply of sewing essentials.
From indoors to out, DIY creations are ideal for staying organized. The garage is one area that can become a quick mess. To get a handle on the growing disorganization of bicycles, Her Tool Belt built an organizer using wood for the many bikes and scooters so each has a designated spot.