diy chalkboard lettering. definitely putting that on the kitchen wall
Two shower curtains. Clever and more presentable
DIY ledges for books/pictures/whatever
pics on the fridge. simple but cute
Like this idea alot, but the boxes would need clear doors on them, so the jewelry won't tarnish... Jewelry Box: When it comes to accessories, you're less likely to waste money on a duplicate (or buy yet one more piece) if you can clearly see what you already have. With this in mind, hang jewelry inside shadowboxes on a walk-in closet wall or above a vanity.
Tray Chic: Evaluate where family members tend to dump their stuff as they enter the house. Then go with the flow -- even if the location is the kitchen counter -- and set out a catchall, such as a wicker cutlery tray for keys, sunglasses, and electronics. Most organization experts agree: Storage systems that adjust to your habits rather than vice versa have a greater chance of enduring success.
This is definitely something I could use to keep myself more organized
"Back up your furniture" -Slip a slim glass-top console behind the sofa for a small home office area -Search thrift stores for a chair that slides easily beneath a table. -Stash the chair against the wall and use the desk as the food buffet for entertaining purposes
Screw cup hooks into the bottom of a wall cabinet and use fabric strips to suspend the curtain rod from the hooks. Bend the forks in half using needle-nose pliers (you might need to experiment with where to place the bend so the fork will balance properly on the curtain rod). Use the pliers to curl the tines, leaving one longer to make a hook for hanging the utensils.
Screw cup hooks in the bottom of a wall cabinet and use fabric strips to suspend the curtain rod from the hooks. Bend the forks in half using needle-nose pliers. Use the pliers to curl the tines, leaving one longer to make a hook for hanging the utensils
Cut boards to fit the space, attach shelf brackets to the bottoms and hang on the wall.
Thrifty Storage- A basic wood tray and charming pitchers are all you need to create a silverware caddy. These storage staples can be picked up inexpensively at thrift or secondhand stores. Use taller pitchers to corral bigger utensils such as spatulas and potato mashers. Petite pitchers, such as the ones pictured, are just the right size for organizing flatware.
A basic wood tray to hold utensils and silverware; put them in different sized pitchers which you can purchase from a thrift store.
flowers made from paper bags - cute!
Enamel Painted Vases – Easy and Beautiful!
re-use old clear vases...so easy!