Clever space-saving solutions to organize your home

by Greg on August 12, 2015

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So, how’s spring cleaning going? Have left another corner with clutter this year? Tossing out two or more of your useless items is a wise move but what about the useful others you couldn’t find a space to store? Decluttering your home and eventually cluttering it once again due to lack of storage may serve you bigger problems than cut you some slack.

Check out these clever organizing tips to declutter your home:

Hanger for you sunglasses. Your fondness towards sunglasses, aviators, wayfarers and other types of glasses may come way out of hand when you could no longer think of where and how to store it. Well the perfect solution would be: hangers. Hang your eye wear in hangers to keep it all in place so you wouldn’t lose one again.

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Ice cube tray for your jewelries. Say what? Yes, you can use ice cube trays as jewelry holders. You’ve lost too many earrings, necklaces and rings so you might want to consider this. Also, storage boxes and jewelry boxes? You do know these are too costly in comparison with an ice cube tray, right? You can just put it above your prepping table or store in a drawer.

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Multipurpose hanging shoe organizer. This particular rack isn’t just made for shoes. You can actually store a lot of items in here that could save you a lot of space. For instance, you may use it as your sanitary and cleaning storage as well as a beauty products holder. If there’s still extra space, throw in your socks in there or whatever it may be you could find. Be clever!

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Tension rod for cleaning supplies. Hang a tension rod for your repellant sprays, cleaning sprays and the likes in your cleaning cabinet to maximize space. You’d have more storage under the rod.

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Magazine rack for you thin boxes. Never again will you run out of storage because of your aluminum foil, wax paper, clean wrap boxes by repurposing a magazine rack as a storage for your thin boxes.

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Hidden dresser drawers. You might want to repurpose your dresser drawer from an old cabinet stuck in your garage. Pull the drawers out and use it for storage and hide it under your couch or bed.

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Use a can pull tab. No more space for another pair of jeans to hang in your closet? Double or at least make extra space in your closet by using a soda can tabs to hook hangers together.

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CD Rack lid storage. Who says CD racks are only good for CDs? Well, if you’re losing one too many lids for your tupperware, repurpose your CD rack as a lid rack.

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Wine rack as a towel rack. Towels eat too much space if you would notice. So, why not use a wine rack as a towel holder? Place it in your bathroom so it’s easy and quick reach.

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Small basket dividers. Annoyed when your makeup products get mixed and it’s suddenly hard to find your brow pencil because your drawer or storage is just too chaotic? Use small baskets as dividers for your drawer.

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Remote control organizer. Stick velcros at the back of your remote control and at the side of your table or whichever furniture your prefer. Then, voila! No more handful of remote controls scattered in your living room. Tip: Put it where you could reach it.

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Well, save your home from chaos and clutter by being more organized. Now get up and try these genius and budget-friendly (or no cost at all!) organization tips.

 

Chie Suarez

Chie Suarez is a passionate writer/blogger for PAAL Kit Homes, a company that manufactures and supplies steel-framed kit homes that help Australian families build their dream home. Chie likes watching TV series and movies, is inclined to music and has a deep interest in home design and decoration.

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Hailey Thomas August 28, 2015 at 4:34 pm

Oh my gosh I need these right now.

I live in a small 300-sq apartment, and I have a problem with clutter (I can’t seem to find the power to throw stuff away). That being said, these are awesome and will definitely save a lot of space.

I’d also like to suggest using sofas and beds that do not have skirts. The space underneath works as a storage area. Better yet, buy furniture with drawers at the bottom.

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