We all know it’s that time of year when we have those potential New Year’s resolutions rolling around in our minds – “What will it be this year?” Taking a glance around your home, one idea may be to kick the clutter to the curb. One stray pen followed by the stapler out of it’s place and voila! The whole place is a disaster. Take a look at these ideas – hopefully they will inspire a cleaner 2015!
#1 You can easily customize your drawers for your everyday needs!
#2 Coral those hair ties with a carabineer.
#3 Small desk items fit nicely into a muffin pan.
#4 That old magnetic paper clip holder works wonders keeping those bobby pins in line!
#5 Placing pictures of toys on the outside of storage bins makes cleanup time super fun!
#6 Screwing the tops of peanut butter jars to shelves is perfect for storing small items.
#7 Ice cube trays make perfect earring storage!
#8 Place fabric on cork board and use pushpins to hang necklaces – brilliant!
#9 Reuse soup cans and serving caddies for crafts.
#10 Your see-through shoe rack is perfect for keeping nail polish organized!
#11 Using shower curtain hooks on your over-the-door towel rack keeps your scarves organized!
#12 Storing yarn in a wine rack is a great way to keep the colors visible and separate.
#13 Keep your pasta neat in a magazine rack!
#14 Or you can use it to keep plastic wrap and store foil.
#15 Going somewhere? Keep your jewelry from getting tangled in a pill box.
#16 Keep bath toys in a tiered fruit basket.
#17 Reuse egg cartons to separate your Keurig pods.
#18 Store pasta, beans and dry goods in large, transparent jars.
#19 Use a dish rack to keep plastic lids organized.
#20 Re-use an old tea tin and add a little scrapbook paper to organize your tea.
#21 Easily organize cupcake cups in a clear jar.
#22 Salt and pepper shakers are perfect for organizing glitter.
#23 Store stuffed animals in a seat! You’d never know!
#24 Taping together empty Crystal Light containers is a great way to organize art supplies.
#25 Framing board games isn’t a bad idea! You can tape the pieces to the back for storage.
#26 Easily organize your ribbons or wrapping paper using simple hooks, chains and short curtain rods.