1. Drawer Organization
At just about $1.50 each, craft board from your local big box home store could be the answer to your drawer dilemmas. Just cut to size and paint and you'll have a custom drawer organizer. Source: KevinAndAmanda.com. We also love the idea we found on Pinterest.com to use a silverware organizer in the bathroom to organize toothbrushes and pastes - what a great way to keep things neat and tidy while also keeping germs at bay.
2. Topsy Turvey Genius
From Martha Stewart herself, we expected nothing less than the best - and this ideas is. Simply hang your shelves upside down, so that the brackets create dividers! Source: MarthaStewart.com
3. Shedding Your Disorganization
How about using PVC pipes to organize your tools in the shed? You'll always know where to put it back and organized tools always take up less room, so less chances for stmbling around while rummaging for what you need. Source: Ashbee Design.
4. Clever Compartmentalizing
Here's an innovative use for an over the door shoe organizer - a caddy for all your cleaning products (for child-free homes). Source: FashionableHome.com
5. The pillow "case"
Once again, Martha Stewart bring us a genius idea for storing sheet sets, simply store the entire set within one of the pillow cases! Source: MarthaStewart.com
6. We're Turning Organizing on Its Side
We're flipping the direction of a shelf to make an awesome organizing solution. This time for wrapping paper. Source: community.familyhandyman.com OR you could use a garment bag! Source: The Chic Home.
7. Reverse Towel Bar Organizer
The internet is full of ideas for using tension rods under sink cabinets to hang cleaning products. The internet is also full of stories about how that trick doesn't really work. Instead, take an over the cabinet door dish towel bar and hang it backwards, so you can hang a towel or your most often used cleaning bottles on the inside of the door.