When I started doing a little more research in regard to inexpensive and easy DIYs, I kept coming across ideas based on using materials from the Dollar Store.
It turns out that the store offers quite a few options when it comes to home organization and they are pocket book friendly.
FOR THE BATHROOM.
Do you struggle with where to put the toothbrushes in the bathroom?
Use a plastic silverware storage container. Not only is this a great solution to getting the brushes off the counter, but you can write everyone’s name on the plastic!
Some of us don’t have good storage in our bathrooms, so and idea like hanging baskets on the wall to hold towels is just the sort of solution we need.
I don’t know about you, but I always seem to be losing that one earring.
Use ice trays to keep all your small jewelry pieces together and in one place.
FOR THE KITCHEN.
Why is it that we tend to have way more spices than anything else in the kitchen?
Try this easy DIY with plastic containers and magnets.
Keep all your spices on the side of the fridge and free up the counter and cabinet space for something else.
FOR THE KIDS.
I know parents have a hard time between balancing play and tidiness.
Plastic crates from the Dollar Store not only create an easy way to get the toys and games off the floor, but they’re attachable!
You can easily put them together to make a storage shelf as small or big as you would like.
FOR THE CAR.
One of the toughest places to keep clutter free is the car.
Use a small shoe organizer over one of the seats to create a space to keep all of the main items used in the car: wipes, kleenex, lotion, toys, trash bag, etc.
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