If you have ever considered yourself to be an organizing buff or not, don’t worry, below are 50 insanely fun art projects stemmed from workable DIY Ideas that will help you organize your house in a way that everything falls into place. Furthermore, these praktic ideas are not only useful ideas, but a way you can place useful things within reach. Never has craft ideas been so easy and fact yet practical that will make you wonder why your house was disorganized in the first place. Let’s look at some of these wonderful ideas…
1. Wire Shelf – A wire shelf will be great for organizing wrapping paper rolls. A simple wood scrap or a stretching bungee cord can also play the part. Substitute any across the area you wish and voila!
2. Jar Lids – Attach jar lids on the underside of cabinets/shelves and organize all the little things. The lids are great for craft items, bolts, nuts, hair accessories and any other small items that might be lurking around the house.
3. Binder Clips – Keep cords off the floor and out of sight by using several binder clips on the entertainment center or at your desk’s back.
4. Rolling Storage Cart – Wheels and a board attached at the bottom of a wire basket will translate into a rolling storage cart. This is a wonderful equipment for yarn, books, toys, materials or anything you will be able to think of.
5. Pantry 101 – Pin plastic bags inside the pantry and free up shelve spaces and have an easy reach on your bags.
6. Dish Drainer – A dish drainer can be perfect for organizing a child’s art center. Stack blank paper and books in between prongs. Use it to store pencils, markers and crayons in the utensils caddy.
7. PVC Pipe – A PVC pipe and a bit of rope will help you add a second clothing bar in your closet. This is ideal for smaller apartments and little children that are unable to reach the top bar. Alternatively, use a tension shower curtain rod that will allow you to adjust the height.
8. Picture Frames – Picture frames will help you organize and store rope, thread and twine. Not only will the items be easily accessible but look wonderful as well.
9. Recycle Drawer’s – Just add casters and use them for under the bed rolling storage.
10. Command Hooks – Command hooks/screws are perfect for hanging wire baskets at your closet’s door back. Use them for purposes of storing scarves, purses, and any other accessories that you have. To save money, you can look into garage sales in search of older baskets and spray paint them for purposes of matching your décor.
11. Cooling Rack – Attaching a cooling rack on a basket’s top for purposes of organizing all pesky food storage lids. All you need to do is thread the fishing line through the basket holes and pass them over the drying rack top to hold it into place.
12. Toilet paper Roles – Toilet paper rolls can be used for the organization of cords and decorate with tape to make them beautiful and colorful.
13. Hanging Basket – Hand baskets on towel bars and take advantage of wall space that is unused. The basket will attach using zip ties or S hooks. This is a perfect idea that you can use to hang hand towels, keeping together craft items, organizing toys and also storing items in your garage.
14. Shelve – Installing shelves above the bathroom door will give you extra storage. A shelve addition to the bedroom and garage is also great. A shelve can also be a wonderful storing unit for a toddler’s room. Store items that you don’t want within your child’s reach.
15. Nooks – Carve several nooks into your medicine cabinet shelf. You will have created hidden storage space for your tooth brushes.
16. Shoe Organizer – Shoe organizers are wonderful additions for any cabinet or door. Hand them in a Laundry room for cleaning supplies or in the children’s bedroom for purposes of organizing toys. Perfect in the craft room for items such as; fabric, yarn or other craft items.
17. Cell Phone – Keep cell phones off the counter or floor while it charges. Carve an empty lotion bottle into an ingenious cell phone holder. See to it that the holder rests on the plug and not the metal prongs that could cause a fire.
18. Clothespins – Glue several clothespins or use screw hooks on a wood strip to create a creative way of organizing belts and necklaces. The clothespins can hand a small basket/box that you place in chunky bracelets or other items that will not fit in the clothespins.
19. Shower Curtain Rods – Use shower curtain rods for hanging and organizing purses. If you lack room in your clothes rod use small tension rods on unused nooks and also inside cabinets.
20. Screw Hooks – Screw hooks can be perfect for hanging a basket underneath your desk and keep cords hidden and off the floor.
21. Glue & Envelope – Glue an envelope in your journal’s inside or a notebook for purposes of storing all your current projects or the little keepsakes.
22. Wooden Crates – These can be perfect for making a coffee table that has a lot of storage. All you have to do is attach the crates onto a large board and add on it casters.
23. Kitchen Items – Place all kitchen items inside a plastic tub and proceed to store them in cupboards. You will no-longer have to fig for stuff in the back.
24. Hidden Storage – Glue spins of an old book for purposes of creating hidden storage. Leave the cover front on one of the books and the back cover on another and use it as the sides of your box. This will create a perfect hiding storage for: cables, remotes, router and anything else that you wish to keep out of site.
25. Bungee Cords – These are great for corral balls in the garage. Alternatively, use a section of a book shelf for purposes of storing stuffed animals and any other toys inside the playroom.
26. Magnet Tape – In the inside of a medicine cabinet/cupboard use the tape for storing items such as; nail clippers, bobby pins, tweezers etc.
27. Magnets – You can glue to the back of the kids drinking glasses to keep them within the kids reach and keep you away from washing many glasses every day.
28. Ribbon Dispensers – Make simple ribbon dispenser by using soda bottles. Just cut out the top of two bottles, squish the bottom two halves together and on the side cut a slit. Use rubber bands for the purpose of holding bottles together and keeping in place the ribbon ends.
29. Carabiner for Hair Ties Organization – Attach a hook on the inside of a cabinet and keep your hair ties accessible easily.
30. Office Space – Cut one table in half and attach one half to a bookshelf. You can hand on to it a cork board or calendar on the backside of the table and create more space for organization.
31. Tables and Walls – Attach small side tables on the wall. This will automatically raise the table’s height allowing you to reach it much more easily and you will be able to place a basket underneath the table and create additional storage.
32. Shelves – Add shelving on the inside of closet doors and use them for organizing games and books. This will also create a perfect fit for boxed items and spices.
33. Wire Basket – Add wire basket underneath your deck and create additional outdoor storage space. This is a perfect way you can use to hide sports equipment, garden hoses and outdoor dog toys.
34. DIY Laundry Systems – You can stay on top of your laundry by using a DIY laundry system. Assign every basket to every family member and keep them accountable for clothes that they wear and put in the wash.
35. Wire Hangers – To organize shoes and keeping them off floors you can use wire hangers. All you have to do is bend the hangers and decorate them using fabric or paper.
36. Soda Pop – Soda pop tabs are great if you want to organize your outfits.
37. Dividers – Add dividers to any box for the purpose of organizing chargers and cords. Add labels to know what each cord is supposed to do and put the lid on. Place the box in an easy to reach place.
38. Organize Coupons and Receipts – You can keep receipts and coupons organized using a ribbon memo board. Duct tape is perfect for attaching ribbon to foam board and hang it inside any cabinet.
39. Adhesive Hooks – Adhesive hooks are great for hanging lids on the cupboard door backside. You will no longer have to dig around the cupboard back to find a lid that you desire.
40. File Folders – Cut hanging file folders in half and drape fabric over them. Proceed to store them inside a filling drawer/file box and make it easier to find fabrics that you are in search off.
41. Screws Eye – Screw eye screws in a wooden hanger and keep your necklaces and earrings organized.
42. Baby Wipes – Recycle cases of baby wipes into useable game pieces. These are way better as opposed to using bulky boxes that are sold together with the games, if you want, spray paint them to match your décor.
43. Wall Molding – Molding in a closet or on a wall will be a perfect way to keep shoes organized and getting them off the floor.
44. Altoids Tins – Keep all your little items labeled and organized in Altoids tins.
45. Cork Tiles – These can be hang in the inside of kitchen cupboards and will keep track of all notes that you deem important.
46. Longer Road Trips – To survive these, stick shower baskets on the cars windows and keep snacks, markers and various fun items organized.
47. Fun Art Display – To keep your children out of control create a fun art display using clipboards that make it possible for you to reach out to your work sheet.
48. Repurposed Door – Use a repurposed door on top of or cub organizers create simple craft tables using lots of storage.
49. Shoe Boxes to Organize Your Drawers – Show boxed are perfect for organizing drawers. This makes it simpler and easier to find what you need and keep all items at a reachable distance.
50. Velcro Dots – These keep drawers organizers from sliding around in the instances that you close and open the drawer. Enjoy!!!
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