Even though this kitchen closet offered plenty of space, it was a place that the homeowner avoided at all costs due to its sheer blandness.
Mint-colored wall decals gave this room a fresh and clean look instantly. This blogger also added clear food containers to make it easier for her to eyeball items she's running low on before heading out to the store.
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What you'll need: wallpaper, $6 per square foot, wayfair.com
With too much stuff and not enough cabinets for storage, this kitchen was stuck with an eyesore of a shelf smack dab in the middle of it.
The biggest challenge for this homeowner was getting rid of all the non-essentials in her kitchen, then she took advantage of wasted surface space — like the side of her cabinets — to store bulky pots and pans.
See more at Good Housekeeping »
What you'll need: Command hooks, $7, amazon.com
The disorganization and lack of style in this space made it the last place that drew inspiration for this blogger.
But a fresh coat of white paint and cute organizers, like coordinating boxes and glass jars, turned it into a place where she can get serious work done.
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What you'll need: white paint, $4, amazon.com
Because of brutal Michigan winters, this blogger used her garage shelves as a catchall so she didn't have to spend more time in the cold than necessary. As a result, it became piled with odds and ends quickly.
Decorative baskets, galvanized buckets that match her nearby trash cans, and spray-painted containers created a cohesive vibe that wasn't too formal (or precious) for this working space.
See more at Just a Girl »
What you'll need: wicker baskets, $25 for a 2-pack, wayfair.com
Even though these two closets weren't in terrible shape before, they definitely lacked structure.
By adding vertical organizers smack dab in the middle of each closet, every category of clothing got its own dedicated space — including shirts, dresses, and even bags. Genius.
See more at Organizing Home Life »
What you'll need: closet system, $128, wayfair.com
With no pantry, this blogger was forced to use her largest cabinet for food storage. As a result, things often got forgotten at the top.
The solution: She used the doors for storage (hello, adorable spice rack) to free up shelf space and make room for containers with labels for things like snacks, baking supplies, and teas.
See more at Jenna Burger Design »
What you'll need: storage bins, $18 for a 6-pack, amazon.com
When this blogger moved into hew new home, she knew her laundry room needed a serious storage solution and a flooring fix (because, yuck).
To stay within her $100 budget, she opted for yard sale cabinets with built-in open shelving on the sides. She then used wicker baskets and glass containers to pretty-up the items that couldn't stay concealed.
See more at View Along the Way »
What you'll need: wallpaper, $2 per square foot, wayfair.com
Baggies of random stuff, half-used bottles of beauty products, and even a fire extinguisher clutter up the valuable space under this bathroom vanity.
But with a little attention to detail, it now serves as a linen closet and bathroom essentials storage unit. Fresh linens are tucked under a shelf that holds nail polish, while hair tools hang from the door.
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What you'll need: storage drawers, $25, amazon.com
While it's handy that this cabinet housed all morning beverage accessories, mugs were strewn on every shelf, and random items made it hard to find the most important things, like the coffee beans!
It's amazing what a difference some dark paint makes when trying to find items. Plus, hooks attached to the bottom of a shelf allows mugs to hang, while dividers create shorter shelves for even more coffee cups.
See more at I Heart Organizing »
What you'll need: shelf riser, $10 for a 2-pack, amazon.com
We get it: The entire family used this closet that's basically a small room, so of course clothes were stuffed tightly into the space.
But shelving units that take up nearly all of the wall space create dedicated areas for each family member. Meanwhile, wicker baskets on the bottom row of the cubbies create concealed storage for items you might not want on full display.
See more at The Handmade Home »
What you'll need: bookshelves, $65, amazon.com
Even though this cabinet was the perfect spot for bakeware, the lack of organization ended up making it a dumping area of random supplies instead.
Custom-made dividers provide each pan and cookie sheet with a specific home that allows for more items to fit into the cabinet without becoming junky.
See more at Remodelando la Casa »
What you'll need: cabinet organizers, $18, amazon.com
It's easy to turn an awkward cabinet into a catch-all for extra Tupperware and kitchen utensils.
Organize seemingly random items, and you might find they all have a lot more in common than you realized (bakeware, tupperware, and condiments!). Lazy Susans make sure nothing gets pushed into the back and forgotten.
See more at I Heart Organizing »
What you'll need: Lazy Susans, $10, amazon.com
Nothing is worse than not being able to find the sour cream, because it's packed deep into the fridge behind all your fresh produce.
When items are organized into white containers with handles on the end (making them easy to pull out and hunt through) you can get a better look at all of the food in your fridge at once.
See more at One Good Thing By Jillee »
What you'll need: bins, $10, amazon.com
Crates full of clothes, a lawn mower, and random cardboard boxes line the wall of a garage, making it look junky and disorganized.
But all it takes are some shelves and hooks to turn the wall into a work station for outdoor chores and DIY projects.
See more at The Kim Six Fix »
What you'll need: wall storage systems, $30, amazon.com
White appliances are nothing special to look at and a lack of shelving only made them more of an eyesore.
But a fresh coat of light green paint tuns the working station into a pretty space, while boxes sit on the shelves, allowing for more items to fit inside.
See more at Celebrating Everyday Life »
What you'll need: floating shelves, $18, amazon.com