Shelf Dividers: Closet separators using upside down shelf brackets. Stacks of shirts, folded linens, and other closet items often need help to keep from toppling into disarray. Wooden shelf brackets used as dividers do the job nicely.
Keep neat stacks of linens from toppling. Make wooden dividers with shelf brackets (long side a bit less than the height of shelf, short side equal to or less than depth). Drill two wood screws into each bracket from the shelf’s underside to secure.
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Organize your car, kid style. She even tells you what's in each compartment and why. How much crap do you need when you have kids? Why does this look like it's been turned from a minivan into a bathroom? Two umbrellas and a loofah, really?
Store Matching Sheets Inside of Their Pillowcases OMG this would save time digging through the sheets, then the pillow cases, and prevent the kids from using mismatched linens.furthering my insanity when looking for the OTHER matching pillowcase.
Altoids mints come in metal tins. When mints are gone use tins for storage of small items. Make label for the end of tin. Store across the front end of desk drawer. Good idea for office or teachers. Great idea when I become a teacher!