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Before you put winter bedding and blankets into storage, tie up the unwieldy bundle with some old stockings.

The blog Chasing Green shows how tucking a roll in a sheer stocking can keep it from unfurling in storage — so the leftover paper from last Christmas will look just as nice this year.

Our test kitchen experts in the Good Housekeeping Institute like storing onions in a pantyhose leg, knotting the fabric in between each one.

A row of mini baskets offer a plethora of storage options, and make use of an often ignored space — the back of the door. See more at The Avid Appetite » - GoodHousekeeping.com

This clever blogger reclaimed some hard-to-reach space in her narrow closet by putting handles and wheels on an IKEA bookcase. When she needs it, she can simply pull it into view (instead of fumbling around in a dark corner). See more at Smile Like You Mean It » - GoodHousekeeping.com

This DIY organizer repurposes pieces of cardboard, and offers the most efficient layout for storing flats and sandals. See more at A Piece of Rainbow » - GoodHousekeeping.com

If you hang your closet's rod above eye level, you can slip in a sturdy (and stylish) dresser underneath. See more at Urban Acreage » - GoodHousekeeping.com

They don't magically create more room, but they do give your piles stability, so you can stack sweaters that much higher. See more at Org Junkie » - GoodHousekeeping.com

Secured on a unused closet wall, pinned up stockings are easy to grab and take up less space than if they were stuffed in a drawer or bin. See more at Lana Red Studio » - GoodHousekeeping.com

Secured on a unused closet wall, pinned up stockings are easy to grab and take up less space than if they were stuffed in a drawer or bin.

This DIY organizer repurposes pieces of cardboard, and offers the most efficient layout for storing flats and sandals.

This clever blogger reclaimed some hard-to-reach space in her narrow closet by putting handles and wheels on an IKEA bookcase.

Louvered or sliding doors often just get in the way. A curtain gives bulkier pieces room to breath, is easier to open and reach past, and offers a relaxed look to a bedroom.

A row of mini baskets offer a plethora of storage options, and make use of an often ignored space — the back of the door.

Skip folding these everyday tops, and loop them onto repurposed shower rings instead.

If you sneak in a couple extra rods (hung perpendicular to the door in the corner), you can revive a whole bunch of dead space.

There's ample storage space hiding on the other side of your closet door. Use it strap in your band of purses.

A pegboard wall holds your purses in a space-friendly way. This blogger's closet is proof that this sturdy material isn't just for the toolshed.

There's a reason you had your own cubby in kindergarten: they keep everyone's stuff in plain site and deflect fights over space with neighbors — or, in this case, with yourself and your purse pile hen you're late for work.

A wine rack is the perfect size for holding clutches – and this blogger was jazzed to find a new use for this often empty decorative piece.

Bent to the side, these bathroom staples keep your bags off the floor.

Protect clutches by tucking them into magazine files — choose clear ones so you can match your outfit in a snap.

Teach your kids tidying habits that last a lifetime (and help you out at cleanup time).

5 Fresh ideas for organizing with mason jars

DIY Mason Jar Storage and Organization ~ perfect for the craft room or pantry