Busy lives call for easy tricks to organizing the craziness around us. To help make your life a little bit easier, we found 10 stylish ways (via Hometalk) to keep your home neat and tidy.
The Laundry Room, Part I
The laundry room may not be your favorite space (it might not even be an actual room but a corner in your basement!), but you make it more inviting by keeping it organized. Use pretty linen-covered boxes
to store fabric softener sheets, cleaning supplies and even a sewing kit. It’ll leave your shelves looking orderly and open.
The Laundry Room, Part II
No one likes to look at those hideous plastic detergent bottles. Step up your laundry game and fill mason jars
with liquid soap, softener and bleach for a charming presentation. It may seem impractical, but it’s a simple way to make your laundry area look smart.
Whether it’s tucked away in the pantry or out in the open, it’s easier to prepare meals when your shelving is neat and tidy. Replace product boxes with glass containers
to show off your favorite dry goods in a fashionable way. Bonus points: They’ll also keep out any unwanted pests.
If you’re anything like us, you’re probably lacking in storage space for all of your dishes and glassware. Screw wooden or metal baskets
into your wall for a simple way to manage all of your favorite tabletop pieces in a country-esque way.
The Bathroom, Part I
Keep your guest bathroom neat and tidy with an under-the-sink organizing system
that’s anything but utilitarian. Use printed trays for miscellaneous products, such as hairbrushes or soap, and install shelving on the backs of cabinet doors. Tip: Apothecary jars dress-up cotton balls and swabs while keeping dust out.
The Bathroom, Part II
Still looking for additional storage? Try a wall-mounted rack
of painted gardening pots for easy access to everyday bathroom items.
Organization is key to a productive workspace. Utilize baskets and affordable stacking drawers
to group supplies and paperwork out of sight, but not out of mind.
Who says flowers can only be displayed on a tabletop? Ideal for tiny homes, skip the hard-to-store and space guzzling vases. Let your walls bloom with a sweet DIY test tube wall planter
that will transform your space with happy single stems.
Just for Jewelry
Jewelry boxes and dressers make for excellent storage, but sometimes you just want easy access to the baubles you wear on a daily basis. Try a feminine tiered cake stand
to display your accessories in a delicious way.
The Craft Room
If you’re a die-hard DIY-er, a crafting area is a must. Keep your materials in a state of order with a framed pegboard
for customized storage options.