18 Clever Organizing Tricks|Combat clutter with ordinary household items used in unexpected ways. Dry Racks, Colors Book, Book Markers, Art Center, Kids Art, Dishes Racks, Art Supplies, Storage Ideas, Organic Kids
Glue old book spines to a box for hidden storage. Leave the front cover on one of the books and the back cover on another to use as the sides of your box. This would be perfect for spare remotes, cables, router, or anything else you wish to keep out of site but accessible.
Binder Clip as Cord Holder ~ Keep a windowblind cord out of reach of little hands (or paws). Just gather the cord up at a safe level and clasp
Tutorial | Brag Book Chances are your Mom doesn't appreciate the benefits of her phone as much as you do, so why not make her a good old fashioned brag book this Mother's Day? These are so easy to make, you may find yourself making one for yourself, and Grandma too! Materials: cardstock + colored paper + rubber bands + hole punch + photos + glue/double-sided tape
Very cool. The books sit on a little wooden block at the bottom of the strings, the pin at the top of the strings hang from the strip of wood. Custom made wooden book rack by OldAndCold, $210.00
" Use Glass Jars to organize: Nail or superglue the lids to the underside of a surface near where you store your tools, then twist the jars into place. Put like-size nuts and bolts in one jar, wood screws in another, nails in another. Also attach an empty jar so that when you’re working on a project, you can gather the necessary hardware and stow it there."
These clever storage ideas combat clutter by using ordinary household items in unexpected ways.