I’m a huge fan of wire racks because they make organizing (and changing up my organization) so much easier! By using wire racks, you can move the shelves around so if you decide to add or take away items in your closet, then you don’t have to worry about how it will fit. Just change the shelving to make it work!
Tension rods are also another great item when it comes to being an organization guru. You can use tension rods to organize your cleaning supplies, to keep awkward items stored in the kitchen drawers, and to even store your shoes!
You can also use magazine holders to organize around your house. You can use them to hold your foils and wraps (like aluminum foil and plastic wrap), to store cans, or to organize your hair products!
I love tiered organizers because they don’t take up a lot of counter space and they allow you to get a store a lot of things in one spot. The best places for a tiered organizer are in the kitchen and the bathroom.
For your linen closet, I love to store all the sheets and bedding inside the pillow case. It makes grabbing them so much easier, and you don’t have to worry about getting them all mixed up.
Add some organization to your clothing closet by using soda pop tabs! That’s right, soda pop tabs! Just slide them over the neck of a hanger and then hang another hang from the tab. You double the storage space without spending any more money!
Over the door organizers are some of my best friends when it comes to being an organization guru. You can use them in the pantry, hallway closet, and bedroom closet. And they can be used to store anything from cleaning supplies to random knick knacks.
Use an ice tray to easily and quickly store all of your eye shadow! You just put a container in each slot and you’re good to go!
I highly suggest getting a rolling cart for your bedroom and even in your kitchen. The best thing about rolling carts is that you can put stuff on it and then roll it around with you so you can always have access! So much easier than finding the optimal storage spot for each item.
To more easily store and access your shirts, store them vertically. It might seem like a good idea to stack them on top of each other, but this way is so much more efficient and you can quickly see what shirts you have left!
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