It’s time to get creative when it comes to structure and organization at home – think reduce, reuse, recycle! What kind of things do you have in your home that just aren’t getting used as much as they once were? Even if you might not realize it at first, there are a lot of items that can be transformed into cute organization hacks! Take a look at a few of our favorite organization hacks that save you space and money!
#1 Garment bags
Gone are the days that garment bags are just for clothes! Store wrapping paper inside the bags and hang them up in a spare closet. This way you don’t have to invest in bulky storage boxes or lose track of how much wrapping paper you still have!
#2 CD Racks
Still have a CD rack somewhere in the attic? Finally make use of them again by placing them in cupboards to help separate Tupperware lids, plates, or other small items. If the items you want to store a bit too big for a CD rack, consider trying a pot lid rack or cookie sheet from the dollar store! Reinventing your old items into an organization hack is not only good for the environment but helps you save money!
#3 Mason Jars
Mason jars are a versatile, cheap and cute way to bring about some organization in your home! Use the jars to store dry ingredients, spices, or baking supplies like cupcake holders!
#4 Spice Racks
Spice Racks aren’t just limited to the kitchen anymore! Install them in your bathroom or bedroom to store beauty products like lotions or nail polishes.
#5 Binder Clips
Do you have any extra binder clips laying around the house? Use them to organize things like phone chargers, cords or even yarn while you knit! Clip one end to a table or a shelf, and lead the cable through the silver handle.
You should take advantage of these organization hacks, but don’t forget to use every other square inch of your home! Under the bed and stairs is valuable real estate for storage. Stow things you don’t need as often away under the stairs while the others items are stored underneath the bed. Have you ever repurposed old items for storage or created helpful organization hacks? Tell us about it in the comments down below!