What color are you sporting today? Today my nails are a dark purple. The color is called ‘Lacy not Racy.’ How do they come up with such fun color names? I want that job! I have quite a collection of polishes. Every time I go to Target I have to grab a new shade! That means that I have a mess of polishes that needs organizing. I guess it’s a good thing that I found this roundup from Diply. It has eight ways that polish can be stored and organized and they are all pretty brilliant ideas.
I like the bookshelf side storage idea a lot. I don’t know where I would put a shelf in the bathroom and I don’t want my polish displayed in the living room. Lol. The Polish rolls is more my style. The magnetic board is a good idea too because other makeup can be magnetized and it would save a lot of space. Here are some other fun named nail polishes… I love them!
Here’s the link to all 8 ideas…
I am so excited to feature this roundup from Diply today. It has 16 ways to organize and overhaul your closet that you simply must see. These life hacks and invaluable tips are going to save you heartache when it comes to that catch-all known as the closet.
Our closet is getting remodeled once we save up the money. Right now there are makeshift shelves and store bought clothes hangers and storage racks but no permanent wall fixtures or cubbies. So annoying! It’s especially difficult to navigate and organize when nothing is permanent but it’s not impossible. I’ve used idea #2, for storing scarves, very helpful. I like #13 a lot! Once we get our permanent shelves I’m going to have to buy some shelf dividers. Aren’t these ideas grand?
If you are needing some help ‘taking control’ of your closet… check out what Target has to offer. I have one of their two-tiered racks and I love it.
Here’s the link to all 16 ideas…
I am obsessed with my laundry room. That Pinterest board is jam packed with fun ideas and DIYs. There are just so many great possibilities to choose from. I don’t know many people who honestly love doing laundry. Be that as it may, there is no reason that they can’t love the laundry room itself! Mine will be brilliant when done. This roundup from Diply has just a few more fabulous ideas to add to the laundry room inspiration file. They are great.
Number 1 would be wonderful. Did you know that store bought pedestals can run upward of $500? A piece? Building them yourself would be much cheaper! Just be sure that they are sturdy. I have something like number 11, I bought it online, but I haven’t put it up yet. I’m waiting until after I finish painting. I have a change jar too (number 3) but mine isn’t fancy. Now I want it to be! Are any of these going to make it into your laundry room? Here are some more fun laundry room ideas – you can never have too many.
Here’s the link to all 11 ideas…
Tiny. Meager. Small. Cramped. Sound like your living space? All of us have rooms that are short on space and some of us even have whole homes that are short on space. If that’s you then this roundup is perfect for you! It’s a space saving lifesaver! Fashion Diva Designs has everything you need to maximize your space no matter how miniscule it is.
What’s the secret you ask? Organization and space space saving furniture. There are some pretty fabulous ways to use your space if you just get creative. For example, an over the toilet shelf in the bathroom will free up tons of room and a pantry will pull out drawers will allow for so much food to be fit into a tiny space. Hooray! I have something very similar to that Shoe rack.
I think it’s from Ikea but it was in our house when we moved in. I wish I could have an under the stairs office but then I wouldn’t be able to have a half bath or laundry cubby. Will you able to put any of these to good use? I hope so! Wise Bread has 20 other helpful tips for living in small spaces. All of these tips together should make your life much easier! Have fun.
Here’s the link to all 22 ideas…
I can never get enough bathroom hacks. If yours is small I’m sure you understand. I must sound like a broken record but there never is enough room! Why is my husband’s stuff on my side?! Move over! This roundup from Karma Stream has all the ideas you will need to create storage in the smallest of spaces when there isn’t any.
These ideas are so helpful and shabby chic! Come to think of it, not all of them are space savers but all them are beautiful. They make everything seem light and airy. I’m a fan of anything and everything with a baskets. I really like the door towel rack and pull out cabinets. How about you? Do your bathroom need help? Any winners here for you? This Old House has a tutorial for installing those handy pull-outs. Bonus for detailed instructions! It looks perfect for those beginner DIYers. (Me.)
Here’s the link to all 10 ideas…
Get your clutter cleared and your stuff stored with this fun roundup from Diply. I’m so excited to feature it here today! These 12 ideas are going to make picking up the kids’ messes so much easier.
‘I love cleaning up messes that I didn’t make…so I became a mom.’ Said no one ever. I hate messes and I’ve found that the best way to clean one up is to prevent it from happening. Brilliant I know. One way to do that is with easy organization and storage solutions that even the littles can get on board with. That’s exactly what this roundup offers. Tips for everyone. Love!
How Does She has a helpful step-by-step guide on teaching your kids to clean up their own rooms and messes. Her’s is in 10 minutes which I think is a little ambitious but all the steps are the same even if your kids go a little slower. Lol.
Here’s the link to all 12 ideas…
Get ideas on how to create storage in the smallest of spaces where there isn’t any with this roundup from DIY And Crafts. It’s brilliant and I’m so excited to feature it here today! My bathroom never seems to have enough room and is cluttered beyond belief. (It’s honestly a little embarrassing.) My husband I share the space so I am always looking for new organization tips, tricks, and hacks. Here are 30 DIYs that will literally transform your bathroom and they are budget friendly. There are also detailed tutorials for each one. #win
Theses ideas are so helpful! I’m gonna have to put some of these in place this weekend! I love the DIY pocket organizer. I would go with the full sized shoe organizer over the back of the door for the win! So much space. The under sink expandable shelf is amazing. I didn’t even know that they made those but I’m going to buy one ‘post haste.’ Working around those pesky pipes always wastes so much space but not any more. The wall baskets are also great. These ideas are all great!
How about you? Are any of these calling your name? The only way you could not be ‘wowed’ by this roundup is if you are one of the few who doesn’t need any help. Tell me how you do that! Please?!
Just in case you are as smitten as I am, here is the link to the under the sink shelf. Brilliant.
Here’s the link to all 30 ideas…
Staying organized means getting creative; especially in small spaces! My kitchen is the worst and definitely needs the most help. Here’s an awesome roundup of tips and tricks for those of you who feel like your kitchen is closing in on you! Diply has 14 fabulous ideas that will absolutely amaze you. Hello spacious kitchen!
Hopefully you find some storage inspiration here. I know that I did! I need to ‘remodel’ my cabinets. There is so much space there that I’m not using. I need to use the inside of my cabinet doors and use racks on the underside of the shelfs and not just the tops. I really love #8 too. My pantry needs almost as much help as my kitchen! Any of these stand out to you? Let me know!
I found another fun tutorial that shows how to install pull-out shelves for kitchen cabinets. Knowing you want to do it and knowing how to do it are two separate things so I thought this would come in handy someday.
Here’s the link to all 14 ideas…
Keep calm and storage on. Organize, throw away, give away, put in storage, and repeat. That is one of the life cycles that I hate. There is never enough space. No matter how many times I clean out the closets and toy chests…stuff always manages to fill them up again. That means that I’m always looking for new organization tips and tricks. I found these ones super helpful and I hope you do too…
What is the most cluttered room in your home? Bath? Bed? Living? For me it’s a toss up between the bathroom and the playroom. The closets are pretty bad too. These should help me get it under control! I’m thinking #3 for the playroom (craft supplies) and #7 would help clean up a messy desk. My fridge isn’t too bad but I really like how it’s organized in #12. Clever clever clever.
Why be organized? Because it’s good for you! Simplify 101 can prove it.
Here’s the link to all 12 ideas…
Too small a closet. Too many shoes. Too much frustration. A simple yet all too common tale. It is for me anyways. Someday I will have a ginormous walk in closet but sadly that day is not today. Until then…creative I must be. One of the most creative closet storage solutions I have seen lately is a Lazy Susan for shoes. And it’s a DIY! Bonus!
I’ve never even considered storing my shoes like this! Have you?! It would be perfect for a garage or mud room. Just think of how much space could be saved and how much clutter could be eliminated. Check out the fun pics and pick which one fits you best. I’m thinking pink with glitter.
Have you seen the movie Overboard? Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. He builds a shoe rack that is a thing of dreams! It’s almost a Lazy Susan. Clever no matter what you call it. Here’s the clip.
Get the plans and more info here…