I don’t know about you but I feel a million times better when my home is organized! It’s actually kind of crazy how I automatically get more focused when everything is put away nice and neat.
But a lot of the organization ideas out there are designed for people who have hundreds of dollars to just spend on fancy gadgets. Not everyone has that luxury (or does but still finds value in saving money). So here are 15 dollar store organization ideas for every area of your home, all in one place. You can’t beat these amazing tricks and tips. Especially for only a couple of bucks each!
Do you have a tiny bathroom and there is absolutely no room for a shelf? Try hanging some baskets up to make the most of your space!
Source: Be Different Act Normal
2. Under bathroom sink
I love this idea! Everything just fits perfectly under the bathroom sink. Having everything crammed under there is not a very pretty sight and it can be impossible to find what you need.
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I’m totally guilty of just throwing my pans in the cabinet. This simple idea only takes a few moments to declutter the mess!
4. Kitchen pantry
Doesn’t this picture just look so amazing? Everything is labeled and it only takes a few seconds to find what you need. Storage containers are so helpful.
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5. Under kitchen sink
You could simply use the baskets and tubs to organize under the kitchen sink or you could get a little fancy and put in some nifty shelves.
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How much money do you waste on food that goes bad just because you forgot about it since it was hidden in the fridge? These containers are a great way to help separate food items so nothing goes to waste.
Source: Do It On A Dime Blog
7. Laundry room
This looks so much nicer than just having all the laundry supplies strung out all over the place with detergent smeared all over the top of the washer, don’t you think?
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Such a simple way to keep all of your scarves organized. You could also use the same method for hats, tank tops, belts, among other things.
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9. Deep freeze
I think this one is my favorite on this list. Digging through the deep freeze is so annoying! Using these containers make separating food a breeze!
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We all have a bunch of little things (makeup, toothpaste, etc.) and most likely it’s all just thrown into a couple of drawers. Am I right? These little containers are exactly what you need to make you look like an organization genius.
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Bras that have lost their shape can leave you looking a bit frumpy. Hanging them up with bathroom hooks is an awesome way to keep them looking rounded.
Does your workspace look like a pack rat lives there? Try some of these great tips to help turn things around and make your life so much easier in the process.
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13. Linen closet
Using baskets is a perfect way to help you separate sheets, pillow cases, wash rags, etc. Instead of having to dig through everything while trying not to unfold the sheets while looking for the fitted sheets. Much less hassle.
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14. Kid’s school supplies
Having an art station for the kids is a great way to actually remember to give the kids some creative time but also keeps the mess from spreading. Nobody likes broken crayons everywhere.
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15. Kid friendly bathtub
This is my second favorite idea on this list. I’ve been just putting my daughter’s toys in the spare sink for a while now. It’s past time for a change. ?
Source: The Inspired Home
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