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What to do with those fabulous bags you don't want to throw away!.. Cute in a walk in closet/bathroom

Projects in progress can really mess with your orderly living area. -- Group all your supplies in one shelving unit and tuck it into a corner. -- Cover it with a cut-up coverlet and hook-and-loop tape (cut an additional piece to wrap around the shelf). -- Use the top as a side table and accessorize it to match the rest of your living area.

Kitchen Organization: Ideas for storage on the inside of the kitchen cabinets by @Jenna_Burger, www.sasinteriors.net

Use a towel rod on the inside of the linen closet for holding blankets. (this is a good idea for back of guest room door too so if guests need extra blankets or towels, they are easy to find)

This is not my closet because, let's face it, y'all don't really need to see my toiletries. However, I did something very similar, and it has worked wonderfully.

Improve the efficiency of a utility closet by adding shallow compartments to the back of the door. With all of your cleaning supplies conveniently located in one place

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!