When it comes to storage and decor, the dollar shop is a gold mine for bargain hunters. Many low-cost solutions are available for useful organizers, creative supplies, and aesthetic accents, so you can quickly and affordably update your area.
With a little ingenuity and DIY magic, you can transform your cheap purchases into beautiful and functional home decor. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite dollar store storage and decor ideas.
Bins For Organizing Your Pantry
TikTok is a household name, and we’ve all seen them in action. Surely you can’t avoid it, can you? Dollar Tree is the place to go if you want to organize your cupboard.
Choose from a variety of eye-catching containers and boxes to store your Amazon bulk snacks and pantry essentials. Chalkboard labels may be available if you’re lucky.
Toy Organizer Made From Materials You Have Around the House
Do you live with a couple of rambunctious kids? We’ve all been there. Every time you turn around, a new toy has sprung out of its hiding place and landed on the floor.
You might use a Dollar Tree hamper to store all of your family’s stuffed animals. It’s small but flexible enough to accommodate your entire gear collection. The kids might even pitch in and clean up after you!!
Effortless Cord Management
I think this is the best Dollar Tree organization trick I’ve seen in a long time. You can’t leave the house without at least a dozen different chargers for your various electronic devices.
But if you leave the wires to fend for themselves in a drawer, you’ll wind up with a tangled mess and a lot of irritation. Using a glasses case for each of the cords is a simple and effective solution.
Bins for Storing Things in the Refrigerator
I’ve been inspired to organize my own fridge by the number of folks I’ve seen with perfectly arranged fridges. The problem is, I’m not interested in shelling out $10 for a lot of containers.
Fortunately for us, we can get the job done for a lot less money at Dollar Tree. Organize your fridge with a variety of containers of different sizes and depths.
Holds the Gift Wrapping Paper
If you haven’t seen this hack before, you’re in for a treat. Take an over-the-door shoe organiser and remove the bottoms of all but the lowest row of pouches. For a tidy, visible, and space-saving container, all you have to do is slide in your wrapping paper now.
Garment bags can also be used to store wrapping paper, as you may not have realized.
Bag Display Stand for Gifts
Despite the fact that I don’t possess many magazines, I had a feeling that magazine holders will come in handy at some point. Well, that’s good news! Let’s concentrate on gift bags because we already have wrapping paper.
To keep a variety of gift bags, all you need is a couple magazine holders. Fold them neatly so that they’re immediately accessible for quick picking.
Cubes for storing and transporting snacks
A coffee stand will benefit greatly from the addition of these little guys. Coffee creamers and sweets for guests can be stored in these containers close to the coffee pot. A charcuterie board can also be used to display small fruits and vegetables in cubes.
Organizers for the Clothes Close
Fabric containers and cartons are readily available at Dollar Tree. Let your creative juices flow—pick a color scheme and purchase a couple of different sizes and shapes to fit your bathroom linens.
It’s so much easier to get things done when everything is neatly tucked away. And, let’s face it, it’s just too darn adorable not to mention
Under-the-Sink Stackable Bins
The area under your sink, like your pantry and closet, is prone to disarray. Cleaning supplies, sponges, and gloves are commonplace. With so much to explore, it’s difficult to zero in on just what you’re looking for.
Even when it’s been moved to the bottom of the list. Keep the area under your sink free of clutter by stocking up on containers and trays from Dollar Tree.
Bathroom Trash Cans
Organizing your bathroom using utensil trays is simple. Extra toothbrushes, cotton balls, and bobby pins can all be stored in separate containers. Looking for a needle in a haystack means sifting through a slew of stuff. However, if you plan ahead now, you’ll thank yourself afterward.
Your Junk Drawer’s Clear Bins
Every household has a junk drawer. You can’t go anywhere without it. Birthday candles, rolling pins, Sharpies, and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle toy are among the items in my personal collection.
There is absolutely no excuse for this! Clear bins, on the other hand, are ideal for sorting out the jumbled clutter and putting everything away neatly.
Risers for Cupboards
There is so much there in front of you, if only you could see it! If that’s the case, all you need to do is get a few plastic risers. With the risers, you can see everything on your shelf, from plates and bowls to spices and pantry staples, without taking up valuable cabinet space.
Many of our storage solutions have risers, and I can attest that they live up to the hype.