Being organized is not only more functional, it is more pleasing to the eye. For an easy fix, try replacing all of your wire hangers with these inexpensive wooden hangers from Ikea. They work great and will give a more uniform and put-together look to your closets.
Spice cabinets can be one of the most untidy spaces in a home. By adding a simple cabinet organizer, like the one shown here, you can display items of varying heights and keep everything in view.
Coat closets can go from clean to unruly in a matter of minutes. Tip: Try adding a simple bench inside the closet for shoe storage. I have this particular one in my coat closet and it has made all the difference. Instead of shoes piling up on the floor and never being able to find a matching pair when we were running out of the house, they're neatly placed on the rack and always in view when we need them.
Drawer organizers are perfect for areas where you're storing small items. Use them for sock and underwear storage in children's rooms or jewelry storage for you.
If you have open shelving in your kitchen consider placing pastas, cereals and grains in more attractive canisters, like the ones shown here. They will keep your shelves from appearing cluttered and will keep your food fresh longer.
Placing a simple square lacquered tray on your entryway table will keep keys, sunglasses and cell phones right where you left them.
Adding a simple hook to the inside of your coat closet is an easy way to get children to hang up their own jackets. No kids in the house? It's also a great solution for storing the dog leash.
One of the easiest ways to add instant organization to your mudroom is to install a cubby unit. The one shown here has a place to keep hats, gloves and shoes, but my favorite feature are the hooks for hanging jackets and bags.
Consider going vertical with your storage. If you need lots of storage but don't have a lot of space, a unit like the one shown here is a perfect solution.
If you're still using plastic grocery bags, this bag organizer is a great way to keep them in check.
I think we have all dreamt of built-in bookcases at some point. If you're just getting started on your book collection, try a unit like the one shown here to store your novels. It not only adds storage to your space, but height as well.