These ideas are so simple yet effective that I had to share them with you.
With this shoe holder you can hang all your cleaning supplies on the closet door so that they don’t take up any space.
Astoundingly simple: stick a paper clip on the end of a roll of tape and you’ll never have to fumble needlessly to find the beginning again.
With bungee cords you can even stack sports balls.
An empty egg carton will unclutter your kitchen drawers.
The things that you hardly use in the bathroom can simply be put on a shelf over the door. Very practical for small bathrooms.
These spice magnet cans from Ikea can be hung on your fridge. Then you have space in your cupboard again for other things!
If you fold your T-Shirts and put them in vertically, you can fit more inside. You can also figure out far more easily which T-Shirt is which. And they’re easier to get to compared to when they are all over the place.
You can make pencil holders out of old tea boxes and magnets to put on your fridge.
Baskets can give even your freezer some order and make it so that you can fit more inside.
Super simple: label your cables; saves tons of time.
And for your computer desk: simple paper clips can spare you a ton of stress. Normally when one of these cables falls down, one has to crawl under the desk. And that means you'll bump your head, guaranteed.
This storage system from Ikea is actually made for the kitchen. But it is definitely suited for arts and crafts materials as well.
These wooden “rails” enable you to hang storage boxes from the roof so you can utilize the normally unoccupied air space!