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Stepladder Bed Stand Take advantage of every bit of bedroom space by stacking your nighttime necessities instead of crowding them on top of a tiny stand. The four wide rungs of an extra stepladder provide a steady spot for a row of books as well as the necessary alarm clock and reading lamp.

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Closet on Wheels The space under your bed can be put to sensible use with these bins, made by attaching casters to a wooden box, a drawer from a chest, or a wine crate.

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Car Organizer Store everything you need for the road in a small accordion-file folder. Include registration and insurance information, emergency contact numbers, maps, and directions (file them instead of having to rewrite them every time).

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Guest Rooms Martha's guests know that a warm welcome and an organized stay awaits them. At Skylands, she has a schedule of weekend activities printed and placed in the rooms to keep guests informed about hikes, tennis schedules and the time of breakfast each morning. Of course, the rooms also have necessities like alarm clocks and stationery.

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Crafts-Desk Details In the crafts room, thin metal shelves slide out easily on old-fashioned bird's beak supports (the small notches on the sides), giving Martha easy access to papers in a range of colors.

Martha's Homes: Her Organizing Solutions

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Crafts Supplies In Martha's Craft Room -- actually, her attic in her Bedford home -- Martha uses glass jars to store spools of colored waxed-linen twine, a basic acrylic box to dispense seam binding, and small galvanized buckets to hold colored pencils.

Cantitoe Corners: Martha's Crafts Room

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Car Trunk Organizer Lighten your carload by arranging supplies in a handled bin. Items kept in the car have a tendency to roll around and get lost beneath seats, so it helps to organize them in a heavy vinyl catchall.

Garage and Shed Organizing Ideas

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Crate Cabinets Create custom cabinetry in your garden shed with vintage wine crates from flea markets or online auctions. Stack them horizontally and vertically, using some as bases to vary heights. Once you've established a layout, connect crates with wood screws and collars near the corners. Use cup hooks to hang smaller items, such as trowels, funnels, and scissors. If your need for storage grows, you can easily reconfigure the system.

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Car Trunk Organizer Lighten your carload by arranging supplies in a handled bin. Items kept in the car have a tendency to roll around and get lost beneath seats, so it helps to organize them in a heavy vinyl catchall.

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Wool Dryer An accordion-style wine rack can double as a compact dryer for wet woolens.

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Toothpicks Outline letters and designs on a cake before piping the icing. Clear the holes in a strainer or garlic press. Unclog the burners of a gas stove. Use colored frilled toothpicks to identify grilled burgers (rare, medium, or well-done) and highlight vegetarian appetizers.

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Desks and File Cabinets Turn your home office area into a productive workspace that's simply beautiful. Our collection is clean and streamlined -- the perfect way to start organizing from the desk up.

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Stack+Fit™ Desk Accessories Mix and match these stackable accessories to create a desktop system that fits your space and storage needs.

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Folder Facades Give ordinary accordion folders some much-needed color and texture by wrapping them in fabric and ribbon.

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Covered Clipboards Use decorative paper (or wallpaper leftovers or samples) to brighten basic clipboards.

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Tree-Bark Pen Holder Glass or ceramic containers get a rustic makeover when wrapped with tree bark, which can be ordered online (or found in the woods).

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Paint-Can Cubbies Don't let your desktop disappear under piles of paperwork. Inexpensive, unused cans can be purchased at paint stores; lined up on a shelf and anchored in place with Velcro, they become organizing cubbyholes with a modern flair.

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Create a Hallway Office With the right furniture, an organizing strategy, and a few pretty touches, a dead-end hallway, an under-the-eaves nook, or another such charming corner can have surprising office potential.

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Basic Basket Storage Since a window over the sink stands in for the typical mirrored medicine cabinet in this Santa Barbara, California, home, a simple woven basket is used to hold towels and other bathroom necessities.

Organized Bathrooms

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An Extra Ledge A shelf placed just underneath the mirror adds a place for toothbrushes and soap, since space around the sink is limited.

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Roll Holder Stow spare rolls of toilet paper in a clear glass vase or umbrella stand; it's a sleek way of stacking them, and you'll know at a glance when you need to refill the supply.

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Bathroom Cubbyholes Keep bathroom items neat and accessible with cubbyhole shelves for large items and surgical jars for small toiletries and accessories.

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Remote Caddy It takes too long to find remote controls in their usual hiding spot, between cushions on the sofa. If you're looking for a more convenient place to keep them, put a wide-mouth vase or other good-looking container on your side table and put all of your remotes inside.

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