Let’s face it – with the busy lives and crazy schedules we often have to keep, suddenly we turn around and see our home in a state of disorganization and disarray. Here are some great storage ideas that will surely help you get back in control of your home or brilliantly organize a living space with little storage. Feel free to share this around … your friends and family will thank you.
Short curtain rods work, too.
Pictured: a salvaged sled.
Here's another example using a pegboard.
You could also use these pull-out baskets to group things together, like fruits.
13. Hang Boots with pant hangers.
A good idea if you have multiple items of similar-looking clothing.
Or make a sweet little display with a sturdy ribbon and a headscarf.
Command hooks are sticky adhesive hooks that require no screws or nails.
You'll use less space this way. This works most efficiently when the forward toe is the right shoe and the backward toe, the left.
Keep your boots from falling over in your closet and taking up valuable floor space.
Or use a sturdy magazine file box .
Or you could use a paper towel holder if you are worried about glass falling and breaking.
Cleaning supplies, extra towels, bulk items, etc.
36. Put your Washer and Dryer on a Shelf
Take advantage of vertical storage by using the space BELOW the washer and dryer. You could also install drawers.
37. Hange a Ladder from the Ceiling for Air Drying Clothes
Nail the lids to a bottom of a shelf and screw the jars in.
This crafter cemented the cans together, and then reinforced them by taping strips of cardboard to the back. The structure is then nailed to the wall.
This IKEA series is normally reserved for kitchenware, but it looks modern and can store ribbons and jars for art supplies as well.
You can keep extra game controllers, remote controllers, and other random things in here.
A DVD is 8"x6" so choose a box with the right dimensions.
You could also hang a kitchen basket under a shelf or a desk.
Use chalkboard paint labels to mark reusable containers.
You could also hang nametags on bins and baskets.
Not the most attractive solution, but it's out of plain view. And you can label them with a sharpie or stickers.
Reuse paint cans, tins, mason jars, and plastic containers to store small things. There are so many creative ways to repurpose them. Shown: paint cans covered in fabric.
Spice tins as storage.
Paint yogurt containers and use as office supply holders. You can also follow this tutorial on how to remove the print on plastic containers.
Turn a globe into a display bowl.
Repurpose a shutter into a magazine rack.