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Pantry Know-How Divide your pantry into cooking categories that match your lifestyle, such as breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Then eliminate hard-to-manage towers of canned good while making the most of limited pantry space with wire shelf dividers. Use slip-on undermount shelves to contain bread products and keep them safe from getting squashed; corral toast toppings on a lazy Susan. To simplify lunch prep, tuck bagging supplies into a basket for easy transportation to the countertop.

This half round walnut shelf is a subtle and versatile way to decorate your home. It can be used on a sunny wall to hold small plants, to display

DIY shelf- cheaper than Target's $20 corner shelves

Loving the idea of an inexpensive shoe organizer hung on the inside of a door for craft storage as well as labeled baskets, boxes and magazine files to keep your shelves organized.

TO DO: Check out birch trees in backyard for potential branches for this project. If nothing promising, then head for the woods!

Hold on Tight bookshelf by ColleenAndEric.com - Even in the digital age, we all still have personal libraries of books we just can't let go of. Use the Hold on Tight bookshelf to keep your most treasured books upright, on display, and close at hand. A brightly-coloured aluminum cube and oversized wing nut serve as a sliding bookend which can be adjusted and secured wherever it is needed, whether your book collection is growing or shrinking. Offered in Beech, Walnut and Oak. (41"L x 11"H x 8"D).

Cute idea: Use kicky kitchen dish towels for fun window treatments. Simply clip drapery hooks to the top edge of a dishtowel and hang from a cafe curtain rod. The towels are easy to remove for washing and can also be changed out seasonally. Plus, when you've decided to move on to a different window treatment, the towels can be used for their original purpose of drying dishes.

For the ridiculous number of books in piles around the house...you could even use one for storing library books, etc...hmmm:)

Shelves look to be made out of the stepladders I recently saw Makiko Itoh pin.