You're missing out on a ton of hidden space!
Furiously digging for the curry powder as your stir fry burns in the pan is never fun. Hang a tidy solution on the pack of your pantry door so you're never caught without your favorite spice again.
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This technique allows you to see all of your patterns and ribbons at once (key for crafting the perfect present), and spreads supplies out, so they won't get crinkled in a box or a corner.
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Closets that house your water heater or other utility items, aren't great places for storing things like linens or food. Instead use this space as a hanging tool bench, which can take a rougher atmosphere.
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We'll start by saying what everyone's thinking: Some little girl is very lucky. If you tend to lose track of your daughter's bows as soon as she yanks them off, an organizer on the back of her closet might the perfect solution.
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Mornings can be tough, especially when you forget your kid's lunch (again!). A pantry door is a great place to hang them as a reminder — you'll see them often enough, but can still close the door to contain the clutter.
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Tangled necklaces are the worst. Keep each bangle and chain separate (and safe) by hanging them from S-hooks on a towel rod on your bedroom door.
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Finally, a place to keep the bazillion nail polishes and lip glosses you've collected over the years. Every day items can stay on your vanity, but colors you use less often find a better home on the back of your door.
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For times when your bookshelf just can't keep up with your collection, go to the back of your closet door. Inexpenisve spice racks were used to create this nifty storage system.
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Don't let your kids take over your desk with their crayons and colored highlighters. Give them this hidden space all to themselves, instead.
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If you've ever bought toothpaste in bulk only to realize you have no where to store it, we feel your pain. But a few wire shelves can add enough space for 17 tubes of toothpaste (we counted!) and some shampoo and cleaning supplies to boot.
Get the tutorial at I'm an Organizing Junkie »