Storage Solutions to Tidy up Your Home

Tired of your chaotic spaces? Here's a roundup of some of my favorite (and easy) ways to get drawers, closets and floors clear of clutter!

Make the most of tight corners with wall-mounted cubes like these. Via Refinery29

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Vintage teacups, bowls and saucers make great catch-alls for cosmetics and baubles in shallow drawers. In addition to being inexpensive and easy to locate at flea markets and thrift stores, they make returning items to their proper place colorful and fun! 

This Pegboard Room Divider/Hanging Storage is perfect for temporarily dividing up studio apartments. Just keep in mind this structure is a tipping hazard and won't be a friendly option for homes with kids/pets. This wall design could be modified to be wider at the base or could be mounted from the ceiling on a sliding track. Found in this Roundup

Adding casters to salvaged drawers is a tried and true solution to keep accessories and seasonal items neat and tidy under your bed. Paint peppy colors and line with shelf paper to brighten up the caddies and coordinate mismatched finishes. Found in this roundup

Drawers can also make great cubbies for stowing toiletries, brushes and styling tools by your bathroom vanity. Cut down the length with a saw, paint coordinating colors and apply a waterproof seal to protect from moisture and mildew. Link missing, found on Pinterest

Closets can quickly get out of hand even with baskets and bins. By designating a closet for a specific task and swapping out the orientation, you can upgrade the functionality of the space. By removing the standard rod and replacing with wall hooks, this coat closet was transformed into a mini-mudroom where everything has a home! Check out the closet makeover on Better Homes & Gardens

Go vertical with your shoes with bookcase shelving. Keep them from piling up on your closet floor by opting for stackable, clear bins to keep your favorite kicks in tip-top shape. Via this great organizational home tour by Lauren Conrad

This metal cabinet was turned on its side and converted into a murphy-style bar cabinet! Head to the hardware store and find magnetic latches or hardware to keep the door shut when not in use, and lengths of chain to keep the door open and level with the ground. Via Country Living Magazine.

What room will you tackle first? Closets are always a big job--but small upgrades make getting ready in the morning so much fun! 


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