Roundup: Storage Ideas

Clever storage tips from around the web.

 

1. Use tension rods as dividers for platters, cookies sheets and more via Martha Stewart.

2. Store important papers and more in a dish drying rack via Better Homes and Gardens.

3. Inexpensive and easy way to store cables via Storage | Glee.

4. Use pvc pipes to store and have easy access to curing irons via The Family Handyman.

5. Finally! A way to store flip flops via Epbot.

6. Genius! Store matching sheets in their pillow case via Martha Stewart.

 

Also check out 10 Simple Items for Organization over at The New Home Ec!

 

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  1. 1
    Rebecca says:

    Love tip number 6! It’s one of those things that makes me smack my head, say DUH and wonder why I didn’t think of it. Here’s a couple more easy organization ideas you might like.

    basket ribbon storage – http://pinterest.com/pin/107040820/
    another use for tension rod – http://pinterest.com/pin/103145575/

  2. 2

    I am loving these ideas! They were just the inspiration i needed to tackle a couple closet & spaces!
    ~Amy

  3. 3
    Mandy says:

    I’ve been doing #6 with the sheet sets for years now. People at the local laundromat smack their heads as they watch me fold up my bedding. More and more of them are now folding that way.

    I do love the idea of the tubes for cords! I have a very messy bin that has all my cords…going to have to start saving the rolls from t.p

  4. 4
    Alison says:

    #6 is brilliant!! I’m off to tidy up my linen closet now! :)

  5. 5
    miles says:

    Cool ! thanks, you’ve just opened new possibility’s in my mind ! ;)

  6. 6
    Cecilia says:

    I love 1 and 6! I’m all about free and easy home improvements!

  7. 7
    Sharon Setzler says:

    I wanted you to know that after reading about your father, I decided to adopt his “Choose Joy” philosophy in my life. I recently shared his philosophy with my Sister-In-Law when she was stressed out over her daughters wedding. When problems were encountered on the wedding day, we just smiled and said “Choose Joy”. We said it often that day and it made the stress go away very quickly. Thank you for sharing.