modern waiting room design ideas
youâ€™re better than your mess, this is 44 meticulous organizing tips to rein in the chaos by peggy wang, melissa maker, and tons of bloggers who always expecting your visit. number 1. instead of stuffing your plastic bags into some sort of receptable, fold them into tiny neat triangles.
2. use shelf risers so you can keep two nice, neat tiers in any cubby-sized hole. of course, your dvds would be alphabetical. i made myself a plank of 33 cm x 15 cm and glued two neglingle candlelights beneath it; and ta-da, i got myself a nice dvd storage. 3. organize your magazine holders with ribbons
and tags. 4. hang your shelves upside down so that the brackets automatically create built-in compartments. stacks of shirts, folded linens, and other closet items often need help to keep from toppling into disarray. wooden shelf brackets used as dividers do the job nicely.
linen closer bracket: prevent folded clothes and linens from toppling with wooden dividers. 5. get a purse organizer. the best way to stay organized on the go. get this one for $26. there are 6 pockets in the front that includes 4 small mesh pockets.
the rear contains 4 pockets that includes 2 big mesh pockets you can fit in well over 30 items into this organizer 6. keep junk drawers neat with bins velcroed to the bottom. the velcro will keep the bins from moving around.
7. hang an upcycled cereal box on the refrigerator to keep your menus and fliers in order. itâ€™s also a great place to keep coupons. a hanging file folder is another cute idea for recipes and such. with some heavy cardstock/light cardboard available at craft stores, pinking shears, grommets, and ribbon, you have your way to
have this thing next week. score the folding edge with several lines to make it flexible just the way most hanging folders in your office are. thread a ribbon through the grommets as such and done. optional, stamp the cover or decorate it with some lace. next, you'll have a new organizer for your
bills, letters, coupons, and all things you want/need to save - that you hate linger on your dining room table. 8. use pan organizers both horizontally and vertically to maximize storage space in your kitchen cabinet i am so excited about the fact that pans can completely increase their life and become
so much more accessible vs. the traditional stack and stuff method. even all those trays have a perfect place to call home! price under $14 9. use wire cd racks to organize tupperware lids. double the storage capacity inside a cabinet by adding freestanding wire shelves.
measure your cabinet interiors before heading to the home center or choose expandable shelves. include riser-style inserts for small items such as spices or glassware. 10. a simple solution. store even more in your cabinets by outfitting them with organizational inserts and accessories. here, layers of adjustable door racks, rotating
shelves, and pullout racks allow the pantry to pack twice as much in the limited space. the organizational aids also make finding needed items a snap. 11. make a coaster tray for designated glasses. each person gets their own cup and coaster, and itâ€™s their job to clean their cup.
way better than a bunch of dirty cups ending up in the sink every night. 12. use a pegboard to keep dishes neat. outfit them with pegboard inserts and you can customize them to your plate and bowl size. 13. ingenious island. would a smidge of extra work space be helpful?
here, a roll-out cart -- tucked into the island to stay out of sight yet remain easily accessible -- maximizes this kitchen's prep space. to allow the cart to blend perfectly with the island, its base was painted the same color as the island and the top was outfitted with matching marble. 14.
find a place for pet gear. keep pet areas contained and out of the way. this all-in-one pet station keeps the kitchen clutter-free by offering plenty of cabinet space for storing pet food, toys, and more. a sliding drawer beneath the cabinet was fitted for feeding bowls, which can be easily tucked away while entertaining. 15.
put all the stuff that would normally be cluttering up the front of your fridge on the inside of your cupboard instead. just attach sheet metal to the inside of your cabinet door. or.. discard expired cosmetics and prescription medicines. then, affix a sheet of precut galvanized steel
to the interior of your medicine cabinet with construction adhesive. magnetic hooks can hold scissors and a mirror, and small plastic cups with magnetic bottoms corral small necessities, such as rubber bands and hair clips. 16. use pipe straps from your local hardware store to make a cheap and easy utensil holder.
17. use a utensil divider to store toothbrushes. instead of keeping them out in the open where they can get all germy. 18. replacing your weirdly sized shampoo and body wash bottles with uniform bottles will give an appearance of neatness. just be sure to label what they are.
19. mix and match these stackable muji acrylic vdrawers for customizable makeup storage thatâ€™s easily accessible. muji sells them in assorted sizes, and the clear acrylic makes it easy to see everything thatâ€™s there. 20. for your drawers, use thick sheets of posterboard
to create compartments for all your makeup needs. itâ€™ll cost you, like, $2 from the dollar store. 21. these dollar store stacking bins are the perfect size for bathroom cabinet organization. brb going to dollar tree. 22.
a metal tiered caddy is a great way to organize bath toys or shower supplies. rather than keeping stuff littered around the rim of the bathtub. 23. use doorknobs to hang up individual shower caddies for each member of your family. if you need more than shampoo and a bar of soap in the shower, here's how to provide
space for all your vital beauty potions: get a couple of those shelves that are designed to hang from a shower arm and hang them on cabinet knobs. use no. 8-32 hanger screws ($1) to screw the knobs into studs or drywall anchors. 24. hang glasses and sunglasses on a chain suspended between two hooks.
youâ€™ll be able to see them splayed out right in front of you. you could also hang them on a pants hanger. 25. an ikea zip line curtain is a great way to organize scarves, socks, and tank tops. you can hang them up in dead spaces. 26. from melissa maker
this is 5 bedroom decluttering tips! quick and easy ideas i assume, but donâ€™t buy my words. keep this video playing and write your reaction on comment area under this video. 27. tackle spills in a snap. meal prep can get messy, especially around the cooktop.
tucked next to the range, this slender pullout comes complete with a towel rack, which keeps linens and paper towels out of sight but within easy reach should spills occur. 28. behind closed doors. give your kitchen a clean look by concealing the microwave. this microwave fits snugly into an empty cubby in the
appliance garage. a handy slide-back door keeps the appliance easily accessible without taking up a single inch of traffic space in the kitchenâ€™s main work zone. 29. store dishes down low. here, a drawer has been outfitted with pegboard inserts.
the boards can be sized to fit existing drawers and the pegs can be adjusted to secure stacks of bowls and plates. store dishes in low drawers -- near the sink or dishwasher â€“ to minimize overhead lifting and to make putting them away a snap. 30. pullouts that please.
keep the space surrounding the cooktop clear. here, pullouts on both sides of the range provide convenient storage for spices and cooking oils. the pullout shelves keep these essentials near eye level, making it easy for the cooks to find exactly what they need. the pullouts recess into a "hearthlike" surround for the appliance. 31.
single file. keep water bottles within reach and in view by stacking them in magazine files. rest the inexpensive organizers on their backs for quick grab-and-go access. 32. gather loose lids. utilize thrifty organizers to make over the chaotic space where you stash food-storage containers.
a wall file mounted to a cabinet door is an easy solution for separating plastic lids from bases. 33. clutter cutter. backsplashes are storage space waiting to happen. one strategy to put this space to work for pennies: add magnetized strips to one side of a finished board, and secure it to the backsplash to hold knives -- they're as easy to grab and
use as they are to put away. 34. try tension rods. rethink how you use tension curtain rods. place rows of the affordable window-treatment hardware inside a cabinet to keep plastic food-container lids, baking sheets, or serving trays upright and organized. 35. pantry polish.
maximize the space in your pantry with labeled baskets in bright colors. group individually wrapped snacks and breakfast essentials out of their boxes and in the bins to make mornings a breeze. 36. on a roll. wheels take a standard kitchen cabinet to a new level!
roll it in when you need extra counter space or a set of specialized tools stored within. 37. simple solution. a simple pegboard is right at home in your kitchen -- and the metal is a modern and industrial twist on the standard brown pegboard. this customizable solution works for pots and pans, as well as spatulas and big spoons.
combine multiple sections to create a wall of organization. 38. out of sight. keep the mix of mismatched towels out of sight with an over-the-door storage unit. get smart and make use of the backside of cabinet doors, as well as the insides for storage.
39. hooked on order. add hooks to the back of a shallow cabinet near the family entry to keep track of keys, umbrellas, bags, and anything else you might need as you head out the door. screw-in cup hooks are ideal for holding keys; use removable adhesive-back hooks for other items so you can change the arrangement and
number of hooks when needed. 40. island oasis. not all storage belongs behind closed doors. make oft-used items easy to find and access when you outfit the food-prep side of an island with affordable add-ons: bars for tea towels and paper towels, as well as a repurposed wire bin to house cutting
boards and rolling pins. 41. door prizes. multiply the capacity of any cabinet when you add storage to the interior side of the door. six shallow shelves fit neatly between this door and the interior shelves to offer space for single-file lines of little luxuries and
kitchen dry goods. lips on each door shelf keep items from tumbling off. 42. measuring up. install hooks and labels on the inside of a cabinet door within your kitchen baking center so every measuring spoon and cup has its proper place.
add a conversion chart for good measure. 43. color-coded towel tags. your family and guests won't confuse their white towels if you color-code them with hanging loops. suspended from pegs, the towels will dry quickly and stay neat. and44.
vertical towel rack. walls in bathrooms are often underutilized. to make towels and washcloths handy for bathers, install a hotel-style multitiered rack on the wall next to the tub. thatâ€™s it, see you again next week with more organizing ideas like this if nothing fail our plan. if you love a lesson you just learned,
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