Information retrived from: goodhousekeeping.com
1. Create a Command Station
Stick adhesive pockets to the inside of your spice cabinet to keep all of your grocery lists, coupons, and recipes in one spot. Add a pen loop, so you don’t have to go searching to jot something down.
2. Add a Towel Rack to the Linen Closet
They’re not just for bathrooms. An over-the-door hanger creates out-of-sight storage space for extra tablecloths, throws, or towels.
3. Invest in Drawer Organizers
Though it’s easy to think “out of sight, out of mind,” a messy desk drawer does not help your productivity. Mix and match acrylic dividers so your pens, pencils, and paper clips all have a spot to live.
4. Practice File Folding
Folding towels (or even t-shirts!) upright allows you to see everything you own in a single glance. Color code from light to dark for added organization.
5. Let Color Handle Sorting
Manilla file folders have nothing on this pristine color-coded set. Finding important papers barely requires reading labels — just a glance toward the right color to find exactly what you need fast.
6. Double Up on Hangers
Hooked together with a can tab, two hangers eat up way less closet space.
7. Wrangle Purses on Shower Hooks
Bent to the side, these bathroom staples keep your bags off the floor.
8. Stand Baggies in the Freezer
Freeze food in flat in zip-seal bags, labels them by date and then “file” them vertically in bins to maximize space.
9. Find a New Use for Binder Clips
Rolls of wrapping paper stay as neat as the day you bought them when smartly clipped.
10. Stash Cutting Boards on a Door
A wire bin placed on the back of your cabinet door creates a “pocket” for holding the many cutting boards that normally take up space on shelves. (Just make sure you’re cleaning them the right way before putting them away.)