Most Clever Craft Room Organization Ideas That You Never Heard!

No matter how often we clean the house, things will really go messy every now and then. Clutter

is something that can hardly be eliminated in a household.  Good thing there are storage and organizing ideas that actually work magic.

How do you organize all those bits and bobs you have lying around the house? There’s always the option of buying a thousand plastic storage totes, but maybe you don’t have to. Maybe you already have what you need right at home. In fact, some of the disorganized items you have strewn around right now could be exactly what you need to corral the rest of the chaos. Check out these 85 clever organizing hacks to get all your stuff in order!

The kitchen is another room in the house where you have a lot of small items that can be tough to keep in order. Spice jars, partially eaten bags of food, plastic bags, dishware … all of it can be so hard to keep organized and neat! Try these hacks to give your kitchen a total makeover.

I hate rifling through my drawers and cabinets trying to grab a plastic bag when I need one. Here is a simple solution. Just tack the box with the plastic bags in it right to the inside of the pantry door. With the flaps the way they are, this is actually extremely easy, and it keeps the bags on hand when you need them.
Bring out those magazine holders again!

Bring out those magazine holders again!Save
My next thought after I found the solution for storing plastic bags was, “Can’t I just do that with my plastic wrap boxes too?” And then I remembered why that doesn’t work. Obviously you need the lid to help you cut the plastic wrap (or tin foil, etc.). Then I ran right into this genius storage solution. It’s time to bring out the magazine racks again! They are useful in the kitchen!
Though simple, each storage idea below will help you minimize the mess in your space and enjoy even a bit of peace of mind.

Storage Idea: Organize your underwear using PVC pipes.

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You can cut PVC pipes for each to store 2 or more undies. Paint them in different colors to achieve a fun effect. This is also a space-saver in your closet.

Storage Idea #1: Make a tea tin with the use dividers.

Storage Idea #1: Make a tea tin with the use dividers.

Some people are natural tea lovers. They have lots of tea types on hand, and sometimes sorting them can be a pain. The easiest way to go about this is to make a tea tin with the use of handy dividers. You don’t have to keep multiple boxes for your multiple tea variations. You can store them all in one container and enjoy the convenience.

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Storage Idea #2: Install some tension rods.

Storage Idea #2: Install some tension rods.

Even a single tension rod can make a whole difference. Storing spray bottles is made super easy with this. Plus, you can save space and use the bottom of the cabinet to store other stuff. You can now store and retrieve your spray bottles easily and make your cabinet less disorganized.

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Storage Idea #3: Repurpose your old plastic bottle

Storage Idea #3: Repurpose your old plastic bottle

We have lots of goods stored in their plastic wrappers. What we usually do is transfer them to empty jars or containers or just leave them in their plastic wrappers and twist them (the often-messier choice). This clever idea can solve just that. You can make good use of your unused plastic bottle, cut its neck off, and pull the plastic bag through it as shown in the picture above. You can then fold the plastic bag over and then seal it with the bottle’s cap. No twisting. Just plain clean.

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Storage Idea #4: Grab a rotating food tray.

Storage Idea #4: Grab a rotating food tray.

Securing a retaining food tray for your kitchen is really worthwhile. You don’t have to reach in the back of the fridge to grab bottles. This is a convenient way of organizing your fridge and grabbing items in a breeze.

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Storage Idea #5: Label ingredients using chalkboard paint.

Storage Idea #5: Label ingredients using chalkboard paint.

Your kitchen can be made more organized with this clever approach. Label your jars’ caps with chalkboard paint. Your herbs, spices, seeds, nuts, and other kitchen ingredients can be sorted well with this easy trick. You can also try painting a free wall or your side cabinet with the same chalkboard paint to write your grocery lists and recipes.

Storage Idea #7: Use a letter organizer for your flip flops and sandals.

Storage Idea #7: Use a letter organizer for your flip flops and sandals.

You now have a very easy solution to your flip-flops-filled floor. Store all of your sandals and flip flops in a letter organizer– and problem solved. Keep your flip-flop collection intact and organize them in the best way possible. You can also use this trick for your other footwear.

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Storage Idea #8: Corkboard trick that always works

Storage Idea #8: Corkboard trick that always works

Corkboard has always been a handy organizing material. You can set up corkboards here and there to hang various items, like your ties, belts, hats, necklaces, etc. You can easily find your stuff if you try this trick, plus your house will look less tangled.

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Storage Idea #9: Storing shoes the easy way.

Storage Idea #9: Storing shoes the easy way.

Your soda bottles can go a long way. Cut their tops off and use the rest to store your shoes. The soda bottle’s shape just perfectly first the shoes’ tips. This is a cool idea that you must try as soon as you’re done reading this article. It’s super easy, so you have no reason not to give it a try.

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Storage Idea #10: Make a DIY cable box.

Storage Idea #10: Make a DIY cable box.

Cables and wires do look mixed-up and disarranged all the time. The quickest way to go about this is to craft a cable box with handy labels. Just prepare a box and some colored/printed paper to wrap the whole thing out.

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Storage Idea #11: Make use of your unused shoe box and toilet paper rolls.

Storage Idea #11: Make use of your unused shoe box and toilet paper rolls.

Your school/ office supplies can look so neatly arranged with this setup. Just prepare your shoe box and toilet paper rolls. If your shoe box already has a cute pattern, you don’t have to wrap anything around it. But if your shoe box looks bland, you can use any printed paper—even colored magazine pages—to give it a boost.

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Storage Idea #12: Store makeup brushes using a toothbrush holder.

Storage Idea #12: Store makeup brushes using a toothbrush holder.

Makeup brushes easily slide around in the cups people usually store them in. To avoid this, the best way is just to use a toothbrush holder as their storage. This disables them from falling into each other and getting their treasured bristles messed up.

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Storage Idea #13: Use an old wooden hanger for your earrings and necklaces

Storage Idea #13: Use an old wooden hanger for your earrings and necklaces

Long, dangly pieces of jewelry like earring and necklaces are always challenging to store because they easily knot and tangle. The easy solution is to grab your wooden hanger and add eye screws or hooks on them. This way, your collection will be made organized, accessible, and tidy.

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Storage Idea #14: Jewelry travel solution: a simple pill box!

Storage Idea #14: Jewelry travel solution: a simple pill box!

Our travels can’t be complete without jewelry. However, bringing them can often be a pain since they easily get lost or get tangled. The best form of container for them is no other than a simple pill box. The exact form of the pill box is definitely perfect for your little jewels.

ID: 350

Storage Idea #15: Use pails for incoming & outgoing mail, tasks, etc.

Storage Idea #15: Use pails for incoming & outgoing mail, tasks, etc.

Our workspace can usually get chaotic with all the piles of paper and to-do items. This solution is pretty handy to sort your mail, bills, and other p

No matter how often we clean the house, things will really go messy every now and then. Clutter

is something that can hardly be eliminated in a household.  Good thing there are storage and organizing ideas that actually work magic.

How do you organize all those bits and bobs you have lying around the house? There’s always the option of buying a thousand plastic storage totes, but maybe you don’t have to. Maybe you already have what you need right at home. In fact, some of the disorganized items you have strewn around right now could be exactly what you need to corral the rest of the chaos. Check out these 85 clever organizing hacks to get all your stuff in order!

The kitchen is another room in the house where you have a lot of small items that can be tough to keep in order. Spice jars, partially eaten bags of food, plastic bags, dishware … all of it can be so hard to keep organized and neat! Try these hacks to give your kitchen a total makeover.

I hate rifling through my drawers and cabinets trying to grab a plastic bag when I need one. Here is a simple solution. Just tack the box with the plastic bags in it right to the inside of the pantry door. With the flaps the way they are, this is actually extremely easy, and it keeps the bags on hand when you need them.
Bring out those magazine holders again!

Bring out those magazine holders again!Save
My next thought after I found the solution for storing plastic bags was, “Can’t I just do that with my plastic wrap boxes too?” And then I remembered why that doesn’t work. Obviously you need the lid to help you cut the plastic wrap (or tin foil, etc.). Then I ran right into this genius storage solution. It’s time to bring out the magazine racks again! They are useful in the kitchen!
Though simple, each storage idea below will help you minimize the mess in your space and enjoy even a bit of peace of mind.

Storage Idea: Organize your underwear using PVC pipes.

Storage Idea #6: Organize your underwear using PVC pipes.

Via diyncraftsReport

You can cut PVC pipes for each to store 2 or more undies. Paint them in different colors to achieve a fun effect. This is also a space-saver in your closet.

Storage Idea #1: Make a tea tin with the use dividers.

Storage Idea #1: Make a tea tin with the use dividers.

Some people are natural tea lovers. They have lots of tea types on hand, and sometimes sorting them can be a pain. The easiest way to go about this is to make a tea tin with the use of handy dividers. You don’t have to keep multiple boxes for your multiple tea variations. You can store them all in one container and enjoy the convenience.

ID: 337

Storage Idea #2: Install some tension rods.

Storage Idea #2: Install some tension rods.

Even a single tension rod can make a whole difference. Storing spray bottles is made super easy with this. Plus, you can save space and use the bottom of the cabinet to store other stuff. You can now store and retrieve your spray bottles easily and make your cabinet less disorganized.

ID: 338

Storage Idea #3: Repurpose your old plastic bottle

Storage Idea #3: Repurpose your old plastic bottle

We have lots of goods stored in their plastic wrappers. What we usually do is transfer them to empty jars or containers or just leave them in their plastic wrappers and twist them (the often-messier choice). This clever idea can solve just that. You can make good use of your unused plastic bottle, cut its neck off, and pull the plastic bag through it as shown in the picture above. You can then fold the plastic bag over and then seal it with the bottle’s cap. No twisting. Just plain clean.

ID: 339

Storage Idea #4: Grab a rotating food tray.

Storage Idea #4: Grab a rotating food tray.

Securing a retaining food tray for your kitchen is really worthwhile. You don’t have to reach in the back of the fridge to grab bottles. This is a convenient way of organizing your fridge and grabbing items in a breeze.

ID: 340

Storage Idea #5: Label ingredients using chalkboard paint.

Storage Idea #5: Label ingredients using chalkboard paint.

Your kitchen can be made more organized with this clever approach. Label your jars’ caps with chalkboard paint. Your herbs, spices, seeds, nuts, and other kitchen ingredients can be sorted well with this easy trick. You can also try painting a free wall or your side cabinet with the same chalkboard paint to write your grocery lists and recipes.

Storage Idea #7: Use a letter organizer for your flip flops and sandals.

Storage Idea #7: Use a letter organizer for your flip flops and sandals.

You now have a very easy solution to your flip-flops-filled floor. Store all of your sandals and flip flops in a letter organizer– and problem solved. Keep your flip-flop collection intact and organize them in the best way possible. You can also use this trick for your other footwear.

ID: 343

Storage Idea #8: Corkboard trick that always works

Storage Idea #8: Corkboard trick that always works

Corkboard has always been a handy organizing material. You can set up corkboards here and there to hang various items, like your ties, belts, hats, necklaces, etc. You can easily find your stuff if you try this trick, plus your house will look less tangled.

ID: 344

Storage Idea #9: Storing shoes the easy way.

Storage Idea #9: Storing shoes the easy way.

Your soda bottles can go a long way. Cut their tops off and use the rest to store your shoes. The soda bottle’s shape just perfectly first the shoes’ tips. This is a cool idea that you must try as soon as you’re done reading this article. It’s super easy, so you have no reason not to give it a try.

ID: 345

Storage Idea #10: Make a DIY cable box.

Storage Idea #10: Make a DIY cable box.

Cables and wires do look mixed-up and disarranged all the time. The quickest way to go about this is to craft a cable box with handy labels. Just prepare a box and some colored/printed paper to wrap the whole thing out.

ID: 346

Storage Idea #11: Make use of your unused shoe box and toilet paper rolls.

Storage Idea #11: Make use of your unused shoe box and toilet paper rolls.

Your school/ office supplies can look so neatly arranged with this setup. Just prepare your shoe box and toilet paper rolls. If your shoe box already has a cute pattern, you don’t have to wrap anything around it. But if your shoe box looks bland, you can use any printed paper—even colored magazine pages—to give it a boost.

ID: 347

Storage Idea #12: Store makeup brushes using a toothbrush holder.

Storage Idea #12: Store makeup brushes using a toothbrush holder.

Makeup brushes easily slide around in the cups people usually store them in. To avoid this, the best way is just to use a toothbrush holder as their storage. This disables them from falling into each other and getting their treasured bristles messed up.

ID: 348

Storage Idea #13: Use an old wooden hanger for your earrings and necklaces

Storage Idea #13: Use an old wooden hanger for your earrings and necklaces

Long, dangly pieces of jewelry like earring and necklaces are always challenging to store because they easily knot and tangle. The easy solution is to grab your wooden hanger and add eye screws or hooks on them. This way, your collection will be made organized, accessible, and tidy.

ID: 349

Storage Idea #14: Jewelry travel solution: a simple pill box!

Storage Idea #14: Jewelry travel solution: a simple pill box!

Our travels can’t be complete without jewelry. However, bringing them can often be a pain since they easily get lost or get tangled. The best form of container for them is no other than a simple pill box. The exact form of the pill box is definitely perfect for your little jewels.

ID: 350

Storage Idea #15: Use pails for incoming & outgoing mail, tasks, etc.

Storage Idea #15: Use pails for incoming & outgoing mail, tasks, etc.

Our workspace can usually get chaotic with all the piles of paper and to-do items. This solution is pretty handy to sort your mail, bills, and other paper-related to-dos. This can also function as a sort of “family command center.” Smart!

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