I am so glad so many of you are enjoying and benefiting from this series! You can always go back to the very first post to check out all the ideas but here’s the two that published this week. Click on the picture to go to the post.
So I thought today I would round up some more repurposing storage ideas and some more ideas for organizing drawers. Seriously… if you use a lot of coffee creamer, or oats, or large coffee canisters… whatever container you find yourself often tossing out, then get on Pinterest or do a google search for “storing things in xyz” or just search the name. I think you will find plenty of ideas.
Happy Clippings has lots of ideas for using those over the door shoe organizers.
Use ice cube trays to organize jewelry
Use a towel bar to organize scarves. Love this idea!
Tuna cans anyone? Store lots of little things in them.
And I loving this idea for hanging “S hook”s in the closet to hang purses or umbrellas in the closet.
Still trying to put away glass Christmas balls – here’s a cheap way to organize them so they won’t break.
If you want to make those shoe boxes or repurposed boxes cute – check out these Lined Canvas Bins (from Diaper Boxes!)
I so need to do this in my cabinets! I was just thinking I needed to find a way to coral the lids when I was organizing my cabinets yesterday.
Who thinks of these ideas?? Brilliant way to label your cords!
And this is on my list too – find a way to hide/organize the bathroom stuff.
Use dollar store soap boxes to store card games.
Binder Clips for Cord Organization
Use creamer bottles to store snacks
Any more to add to these? Have a great weekend – maybe you can get an organizing project done!
Great ideas here!
Thanks for all of the great organizing tips, Christina – I can’t wait to try some of them!!
Have a great weekend,
Kelly Palmer says
Some of these are really good and things that I need to organize, thanks for sharing!!
kathy w says
Thanks so much for sharing you ideas! The beginning of a new year is a great time to get
started organizing and purging. Thanks for helping me get started.
pam moore says