Many older apartments and houses have fake drawer panels in front of the kitchen or bathroom sink. While there isn’t exactly a lot of room for a whole drawer because of the sink bowl, you can often fit a tip-out tray.
This spot is perfect for storing your sponges and cleaning supplies that might otherwise clutter up your countertop.
Use Binder Clips in a Whole New Way
A pyramid is usually a pretty stable shape. (Just look at how long these monumental structures survived!) However, if you try to stack your beers into a pyramid in your fridge, you'll find that this shape is a lot less stable than advertised.
Well, a binder clip or two can solve the problem. Just use the clips as an easy stop as instructed in the above picture and stack away!
Keep Gift Wrap Neatly Rolled
Organize rolls of gift wrap by using this empty toilet paper roll trick. Just one slice and it’s done. Keeping wrapping paper neat and tidy is sometimes better said than done. When rolls unravel, the wrapping paper can get damaged by wrinkling or tearing, so simply roll them back on an empty roll of toilet paper and secure them with an elastic band.
With this toilet paper roll trick, you won't have to worry about wasting the festive paper. This is a really easy and practical fix, any gift wrapper would agree.
Vertical Storage for Your Pans
Storing baking pans and sheets vertically versus stacking them will make a massive difference in your kitchen.
Not only does this free up some space, but it's also so much easier to access when they are stored vertically, so if you have a lot of pans, we highly recommend this hack.
There is so much wasted space on walls and even ceilings that you can easily utilize to store and organize your clutter. All you'll need to do is attach some hooks and pegs to unoccupied space and voilà!
Now you can hang up umbrellas, coats, shopping bags, basically anything that needs a home.