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Let’s talk about handles – drawer handles, cabinet handles – you know what we mean! Reusing handles can prove to be a fabulous way to organize! Here’s some ideas that we like – more to come!
Above – Reuse old handles as a towel holder, or pick up inexpensive ones from a hardware store!
Below – a great jewelry organization board!
Organizing your laundry room and bathrooms may seem like a terrible chore. But we’re sure that the following suggestions might get the ball rolling in the right direction towards uncluttered chaos and a happier you! Let’s get started with the laundry room.
Get your sort on with this creative way of reusing a cabinet or vanity! Use it to sort your colors, kids laundry, or just to store the baskets themselves!
Reuse old drawers on the wall like an open cabinet for storage above your washer/dryer.
Have a sink or cabinet in your laundry room (or bath)? Use this simple fix of a tension rod to organize bottles!
We all know that it’s hard to keep things in order in this crazy thing we call life. But, there are ways to improve your organization at the same time making something attractive plus easy and fun to use! This post begins a series of organizational sharing – ways to make your life less cluttered, more fun!
In the kitchen – organize your cans with this handy trick!
Move from cans to pan lids – who would have ever guessed curtain rods would be good for anything else?
Currently, I am on the hunt for a cabinet, preferably an antique, that I can re-purpose for this project! This would fit perfectly in a nook I have in my laundry room! You could use it simply to store laundry baskets or to sort colors, whites, socks, kids vs. parents laundry, etc! I can’t wait to find a cabinet, and once I do and get it finished, I will be sure to share pictures with you!
(Idea originated from Pinterest)