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A stacker turned on its side? This could work well in my craft room. I am thinking those tall, narrow IKEA shelving units.

ikea shelves I think I need these for my attic it would be such a cool space to organize seasonal clothes in buckets..shoes, purses, hence making more room in my closet..I am hearing Angels weeping right now

cd tower turned on its side, bathroom display at bachman's idea house, fall 2011, photo by alison of the polohouse blog #interior #diy #organize

Organized craft supplies. NOw this one I like. I don't like having supplies out in the open getting dusty. But, with this system, you can protect your supplies, yet still see them and have them handy too. Best one, in my book!

Great kid room organization ideas. I like the planters for stuffed animals, especially.

Pretty Pantry Here's a pantry that packs a punch. Keep food organized by assigning a shelf to each group (grains, baking ingredients, snacks, etc.). Line shelves with laminated fabric -- it's easy to clean and adds a splash of bright color. Use clear plastic containers to store your pantry goods and add an adhesive label to each container for an extra measure of organization

Trendenser - there are times that I look at these organization graphs thinking that it really just looks like clutter. Organized clutter. Clear Space= Clear Mind.

For the future art room. Something I don't really ever talk about is how I paint when I'm either stressed or bored out of my mind. It's calming and no 2 paints ever come out looking the same.