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.
Tip-out Tray Under the Sink
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.
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.
Use Egg Cartons
Accessories like Christmas ornaments, buttons, and cords can all quickly snag up a lot of space, but storing them in egg cartons can keep them safe from breaking, getting tangled, or getting lost as well as keep them organized.
What's more, you can stack cartons on top of each other! This will make storing your Christmas ornaments super organized and tidy.
Use a Corkboard to Store Jewelry
Yes, you can totally use a corkboard to store your jewelry! Most people use cork-boards for reminders, to-do lists, and calendars, but here's another way to store your valuable accessories.
Not only is this easy to use, but it's also a great multi-tasker. Now you can easily reach your earrings and that necklace without getting your jewelry tangled up.