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Store gift wrapping items in an "over-the-door organizer". This would be perfect also for craft supplies. Hall Closet, The Doors, Closet Doors, Gifts Wraps Storage, Crafts Rooms, Organizations, Gifts Wraps Stations, Storage Ideas, Wraps Paper
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Best Ways to Store More in Your Kitchen Create a Message Center Set up a streamlined household communications center. Conceal a message board or calendar on the back of a closet or cabinet door. Use baskets or cubbyholes, one for each family member, in a closet or cabinet to sort mail, and stash pens and notepaper nearby.
Storage Ottoman... Today's popular video games often come with a host of bulky controllers, such as guitars, balance boards, or steering wheels. Look for a lidded ottoman with a slow-release hinge to stash these items out-of-sight. Or gather them in a large basket in the corner of the room.
Declutter on a Dime: Shop dollar stores for storage bins and baskets, then buy a bunch in the same color. Displayed in multiples, inexpensive plastic or cloth bins look calm and organized -- and they offer tons of storage space.
Use tension rods to transform a bookcase into the perfect crafts and gift-wrapping station. I am telling you Better Homes & Gardens knows EVERYTHING! What a great idea, especially with the upcoming holidays!
Storage Smarts - An Orderly Nightstand - Designate your nightstand as a clutter-free zone that's a pleasure to wake up to. Limit yourself to a reasonable number of books. Set out a tray to hold change and jewelry. Park a basket below for blankets or magazines
Slivers of Space Storage Doors and Windows Seat and Storage The space around windows can also be tapped for storage, as well as extra seating. Built-ins allow for customization, but you can also get this look with tall, freestanding bookcases and a bench.