If you're struggling with storage space, organization, or just need a way to stop losing your keys once and for all, salvation is near. These will make your life so much easier, you'll wonder how you lived without them for so long. They're cheap, easy, and will solve all your home gripes. Never again will we drop our iPhone charger cables underneath our bed. NEVER AGAIN!
Keep pillows and throw blankets contained in these adorbs pom pom baskets. Bonus: They could also double as laundry hampers.
Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.
If add-on shelves feel too messy and cluttered for your walls, DIY pegboards. You'll gain additional space for vases, plants, mirrors, frames, etc., and warm up your space with the giant wooden wall covering.
Get the tutorial at Vintage Revivals.
No space to store your hats? Need a rack for towels? Or are you just in need of extra space to hang some planters? This DIY ladder is not only functional, but it's also got all the industrial cool vibes.
Get the tutorial at I Spy DIY.
You don't need a china cabinet (and in fact, if you have one, you'll want to chuck it in favor of this, anyway), you just need DIY A-frame ladder shelves. Minimalism FTW!
Get the tutorial at Vintage Revivals.
No linen closet in your bathroom? No problem. Attach baskets to the wall for a spot to fold extra towels and washcloths.
Get the tutorial at My Wee Abode.
Use your favorite font to make sure your bottles of oil and vinegar stand out on your counter and fit your decor. These chic bottles were made using transfer sheets and a
Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.
This hack is great for thin kids' books. Keep all their current faves in one place by creating this hanging holder made of felt, wood, and string. Even better? It rolls up!
Get the tutorial at Table & Hearth.
Never forget your keys again thanks to this colorful wood slice key holder. Paint the front in bold, vivid colors, so you can't miss it on the way out the door.
Get the tutorial at The Crafted Life
We're willing to bet your charging station is a disorganized mess, but there's a solution. Turn a bottle of baby lotion into a cell phone holder that hangs from the charger. Now, everything's in one place—and it's way more streamlined than a jumble of cables.
Get the tutorial at Make It & Love It.
Ugly, bulky drying racks = not cute. If you do your laundry regularly and have lots of clothes that just can't go in the dryer, attach this DIY folding rack to an empty wall.
Get the tutorial at Gem & Em.
Laundry baskets strewn around the house or stacked in piles in your laundry room sounds like something out of decor nightmares, but don't stress. A simple-to-build dresser allows you to slide your laundry baskets in and out when you need to use them — and store them in between washings. Genius.
Get the tutorial at Ana White.
Spices are tricky things to store: Magnetizing them can be expensive, and takes up wall space. Storing them in your cupboards means you'll spend a lot of time digging around in search of the cumin. That's why we love this lifehack so much: It's an insanely simple solution to an annoying problem.
Get the tutorial at Reddit.
We've all been there: Which one's the backdoor key again? Paint each key with a different color to differentiate them — using nail polish is the easiest method.
Get the tutorial at Popsugar.
Shelves can be pricey, so a cute, customizable DIY option totally welcome. These shelves are an inexpensive option when you're seeking out lots of wall storage.
Get the tutorial at Teal and Lime.
Shower caddies aren't just for your shower. Use a tension-based shower caddy in the laundry room to store your detergent, cleaning supplies, towels, and any other odds and ends.
Get the tutorial at Lowe's.
This IKEA hack may be our favorite yet. Finding space for a vanity can be difficult, especially in small apartments — but if you could get that vanity to roll? It's perfect.
Get the tutorial at Polkadot Chair.
This super easy hack is about to make your life so much easier. If you like to charge your electronics on your nightstand, attach a binder clip to the side. Thread the charger through the clips, and ta-da — your cord will never be lost beneath your bed again.
Get the tutorial at The Pampered Mom.