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Acrylic drawer organizers.
Use a free drawer to keep your spices organized. Keep all the labels face up for quick searching.
Folding towels (or even t-shirts!) upright allows you to see everything you own in a single glance. Color code from light to dark for added organization.
Plastic shower pockets
Plastic shower pockets hold everything a mom could possibly need on a road trip (or, a supermarket run) with kids.
Hanging clips on extra shower rod
First, add a second tension-mounted shower curtain rod to your shower, close to the wall. Then, use hanging clips (such as "C" clip curtain rings) to hold toiletries.
Can tab hangers
Hooked together with a can tab, two hangers eat up way less closet space.
We've all had that moment when you open up the cabinet and all the reusable water bottles you've ever owned come tumbling that. Say "enough" and become a convert to this new way of storing them: inside a magazine holder.
Store smaller necessities, like a first aid kit, toiletries, and kids' favorite car activities in fabric bags that zip to hold everything in place.
Colorful bins add a little more style to this purely functional space, while also cutting down the chaos that is filling a chest freezer. Now you'll be able to easily get to the frozen broccoli without having to dig through bags of frozen fries.
Gift wrap in hanging garment bag
If you can't resist a sale on gift wrap, you'll love this idea: Zip all those rolls into a hanging garment bag, then hang it up in your closet.
Under the bed cabinet door
Out-of-season shoes can be stashed safely out of sight with this novel idea. Just put them on a cabinet door that's been modified with sides and wheels, then add this idea to the list of the best IKEA hacks.
This pantry makeover cost only $20, plus some leftover paint. The immaculate organization of this cabinet pantry proves you don't need a walk-in space to keep things neat.
Pantry wire baskets
When stored on their sides, cans are stackable yet keep their labels in sight. Of course, you'll need to contain the sideways cans somehow—and these wire baskets are just the right thing for the job.
Continers and bins
Get rid of cereal and oatmeal boxes as well as packaging that single-serving snacks come in to optimize your pantry space. Use airtight containers and bins to keep everything in one place.
Buy a variety of container sizes and stack them so all the labels are visible at once. A tiered rack will help out with tiny spice jars.
Lightweight wire shelves
Really, every door in your house could use a rack like this. Here, one clever blogger uses the lightweight wire shelves for laundry and cleaning necessities.
Hanging shelf system
A hanging shelf system is the perfect size for paper towel rolls, giving you an easily accessible spot for your Sam's haul.
Those teeny little envelopes instantly go missing in a pantry, so give them their own home inside a repurposed sponge caddy. Then, take a moment to reorganize your spices.
Your fabric will stay neat while remaining visible, acting as a handy reminder to actually get to sewing up something fabulous. Keep an adorable pincushion nearby for extra crafting convenience.
Use a library ladder to access tall shelves. This is a great way to ensure you store items on these hard-to-reach shelves rather than waste the space.
Chalkboard on pantry door
This pantry uses its space efficiently by placing a chalkboard on the inside of the door. You'll always know what you need to pick up at the store with this handy shopping list.
The supermarket sign above this shelved storage cart pantry is a sweet touch. Even a blank wall in your home can become a simple pantry with some cute décor and shelves.
Keep potatoes and onions tucked away with their own baskets. It'll be a breeze to just grab what you need when you're cooking dinner.
These cute stenciled crates can hold spices, packaged mixes, baking ingredients, and more for stylish storage.
Makeshift pantry shelves
If your kitchen doesn't have space for a full pantry, you can turn one or two shelves into a makeshift version. Fill them with jars of sugar, coffee, pasta, and other items you use frequently.