Style and cleanliness go hand in hand when it comes to making a house seem like a home. When it comes to decorating, clutter has the tendency to detract from the look of a room. Organizing your home also doesn’t require a lot of money or time.
If you’re looking for ways to get your house in order, here are nine tips and tricks.
Rings from shower curtains can be used to hang tank tops.
A cheap wardrobe essential, tank tops tend to accumulate in drawers and closets. You only need a clothes hanger and a set of shower curtain rings to keep things in order.
Make sure the rings are attached to the hanger before you fasten the tank top straps. When it comes to organizing your accessories, this shower curtain ring hack is an excellent option.
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Although repurposing cans is not a new idea, this hack has infinite possibilities. The tin cans can either be decoupaged, painted, embellished, or left in their natural state. Using them as pencil holders in the office is a great idea because of their small size.
However, you may also use them as cosmetic brushes, toothbrushes, or cutlery. Tin cans can also be used to store small items like nails, screws, and other fasteners.
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Cord management becomes ever more of a challenge as our houses fill with more and more electrical equipment. Knowing which cord goes where can be a real pain if you’ve ever had to go behind your home entertainment system.
Old bread tags are great for organizing cords so you don’t have to wing it. Using a label, simply attach it to the cords. Cords in the office might also benefit from this home organization trick.
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To avoid tangles and knots, it’s best to hang necklaces. Repurposing an old rake as a jewelry organizer is an excellent way to save money. You can hang your jewelry from the rake head that has been screwed into the wall. Rakes can be used for more than just hanging utensils and paintbrushes.
Funky Junk Interiors shows us how to Repurpose an Antique Rake.
Maintaining an orderly cleaning supply cupboard is a worthwhile investment of your time. It’s not uncommon for cleaning supplies to be cumbersome and unwieldy.
Keeping shoes in an over-the-door shoe organizer, on the other hand, is a great way to keep them well-ordered and handy. Small towels and other linens can be stored in a shoe organizer in a linen closet.
You can make under-the-bed storage using an old drawer from a dresser or other piece of furniture that you no longer use. To make it easier to move out from under the bed, just attach casters to the bottom of the drawer.
It’s possible to customize the drawer’s appearance by painting or staining it. An ideal storage solution for off-season apparel as well as children’s playthings and extra blankets and shoes is available here.
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Towels can take up a lot of space in a bathroom, especially if the space is limited. Instead of using floor space, this wine rack hack utilizes wall space by suspending the rack from the ceiling and then inserting towels into it.
It’s a handy way to keep your towels close at hand when you need them. Towels that are in good shape are ideal for this hack because they double as a decorative element.
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Keeping track of multiple remote controls might be a hassle. Make a remote control holder out of a hollowed-out book for an eye-catching storage option.
You’ll never be without a place to put your remote controls when you’re done with them. A cool book will be the only thing on the table when the chairs aren’t in use.
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There are a variety of creative uses for wood pallets, like storing gardening tools. Organizing your garage or other storage area is as simple as screwing a pallet vertically onto the wall. Put your rakes and shovels in there after that. They’ll be safe on the pallet, but still easily accessible.