A collection of DIY tips and tricks to help you get your home in order.
Use shoe organizers to organize your food pantry.
Nail mason jar lids under your cabinets for out-of-the-way storage.
Free up cupboard space by hanging pots and pans.
And use an old magazine rack or towel rod to keep the lids in order.
Double your cabinet space with undershelving.
Attach magazine racks behind all your cupboard doors.
Upcycle old drawers as wall shelving.
Or use crates.
Spice racks work great in the bathroom.
Old CD towers too.
A coat rack hung low on the wall is a great shoe organizer.
Use doorknobs to hang an extra shower caddy in the bathroom if you have too many toiletries.
Or hang them on a second shower curtain rod.
Put up pegboards to keep cleaning supplies and tools out of cupboards and closets.
Store your plastic bags in a disinfecting wipe container.
Or an old tissue box.
Use coat hooks to hang an ironing board.
A simple ladder will serve as a simple storage rack.
Keep your cleaning supplies organized under the sink by hanging them from a rod.
A shower caddie is also a producer holder.
Create extra storage by installing shelves over your doorways.
Use hooks to hang storage bins under a desk or table.
Need more space to hang towels? Use old door knobs.
Or try the wine rack method.
And finally, use cutlery trays to organize your bathroom drawers.