I am happy to have partnered with Apartment Guide as an Official Apartment Guide Organizing Blogger. As an official blogger, I will be sharing ideas and articles for exploring your city, space and style.
I was asked to be a contributor on one of Apartment Guide’s Pinterest Boards. I adore Pinterest. I’ve collected many creative organizing ideas over the last few months (many I’ve been able to implement in my own home). Since there never seems to be enough space no matter how much square footage we have, I like searching for new ideas on how to store items and keep all my belongings organized.
I like multi-purposing and re-purposing items to organize my home. It’s fun to find new uses for things plus it’s inexpensive or sometimes even free. I also like stylish organizing that is decorative and organized at the same time.
Why not store files in a storage ottoman. You could also store blankets, games, craft supplies, extra bedding or we store Wii game supplies in ours. (source:undomesticatedconfessions.blogspot.com via Leanne on Pinterest)
This stacking storage unit would be easy to make with cake pans and candlesticks or tubing between pans. It would be perfect for holding small items in a craft room or bathroom. (source: creatingkeepsakesblog.com via Leanne on Pinterest)
Use toilet paper tubes to organize unused cables and cords. (source: Leanne on Pinterest)
Use a mop holder to store spices on the inside of a cabinet door. (source: Leanne on Pinterest)
This is so cool! Use the bottom of a push broom to hold art supplies. I think I’m going to do this. (source: Leanne via Pinterest)
Why not use old and vintage items to organize things in your home. Vintage suitcases can be loaded with items and stacked in a corner or slid under a bed. (source: myhomeideas.com via Leanne on Pinterest)
Apartment Guide has some awesome Pinterest boards worth exploring. You are guaranteed to get some great ideas for your space no matter the size. Visit the Everyday Items for Everyday Organizing Board to view these ideas and more.
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