#20. It’s a great idea to store tooth brushes in a bathroom cabinet.
# 19. A magnetic strip is an excellent way to keep track of your bobby pins, tweezers, nail clippers and other bathroom items.
#18. PVC works great at holding your hair dryer, curling iron and so on.
#17. One great way to store your bracelets is by using glass bottles
#16. In case you’re afraid to break the bottle, use a paper towel holder
#15. Plastic pipes are great for organizing scarves and ties.
#14. Double your closet space by using the pull-tabs from cans to hook hangers together.
#13. Egg carton can also work as an organizer for your Christmas tree ornaments
#12. Empty coffee cans can help store your knitting threads and other bits and pieces.
#11. Sheets and duvet covers can be kept inside the pillowcase of the same linen set.
#10. Towel rails and baskets can pair up to take care of your shower essentials as well as your towels.
#9. Sponges, cotton pads and swabs are easy to organize using jars attached to the wall.
#8. Toiletries, paper towels, and other rarely used items will all sit well on the shelf above the door.
#7. Your cosmetics will all be within arm’s reach with a magnetic cosmetics board.
#6. A shoe organizer is an excellent idea for storing cleaning detergents.
#5. To prevent the clutter from building up in your bedroom or living room, keep your DVDs in media boxes
#4. To settle the question of tangled wires once and for all, try this.
#3. A shoe organizer can also be used to store various smaller items.
#2 . Vinyl records, magazines, and books will all fit inside a storage & window seat.
#1. Rolling drawers like these let you use the space under the bed wisely. DIY by screwing wheels onto old wooden boxes.