Bathroom Closet Organization
This closet was a mishmash of toiletries, hair accessories, makeup, and jewelry. Adding bins, baskets, and trays transforms it into the bathroom’s command center.
Entry Organizer Chalkboard
With this entryway organizer idea, you can leave soggy shoes and winter clothes at the door and post messages on the chalkboard wall.
Tidy up your laundry room with a three-tier freestanding shelf unit. There’s plenty of space to stack linens and store large canisters or bottles of detergent.
Turn an over-the-door shoe bag (#221412) into a convenient catchall. Assign a row to each family member or label each pocket.
Store Makeup Brushes
Keep cosmetic tools organized by turning a furniture bun foot into an organizer. Choose the brushes you’ll use and drill holes halfway through the bun foot, spacing as desired. Then paint it to match your room’s color palette.
Make a Memo Board
This command center is simple to make and works wherever you need it most -- in the kitchen, by the door, or in the family room.
Storage with Charm
Revive old drawers with a light sanding and fresh paint. Attach casters (#67045) and the drawers are easy to roll under a bed.
Tuck coupons, appointment reminders, and business cards in this handy DIY organizer for less than $2. Simply bend a 16-inch × 4-inch roof vent (#17159) in thirds, and then slide cards and notes into the vents.
Decorative Dog Food Container
Make a pet food container by dressing up a plain metal can with bands of color and a fun dog bone design from a free downloadable stencil.