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When you don't need a large home office, you can turn a closet into a beautiful and functional space.
Kid's toys and art supplies with an area for them to work.
I love this area for the dogs!
kitchen drawers (canisters)
kitchen drawers (dish caddies)
kitchen drawers (dowel system)
kitchen: waste bins and recycling with handles for easy removal
kitchen: open pantry shelves with glass jars for storage; recycling bins beneath
family lockers for mudroom, laundry room, or garage
family room: kid's chairs tucked under coffee table lets them hang out with the family while working on art, etc
Laundry room with gift wrapping station
Wood and lace earring hanger
Entry way organizing
cute mudroom nook, tying the chalkboard sign to laundry basket brings it into the decor nicely
Over-the-Cabinet-Door Coupon Pockets - $7.99
"Everyone has a "junk drawer" in the home somewhere — mine is in my kitchen. It's where flyers for new restaurants, take-out menus and appliance manuals go. This over-the-door pocket tucks away and puts these things at arm's reach and out of sight at the same time."
Bathroom: create storage with a hanging shelf/storage unit
Kid's room or Play room
Kid's room: hanging shelves would be perfect for laying out school clothes for the week. On Sunday, lay out Monday's on a chair & put Tue-Fri in hanging shelves. Hooks could be for sweaters, backpack, hat. Hang shelves lower for child to access themselves.
shoe hanger for first aid supplies (in linen closet)
Pantry: use glass jars and baskets; a pretty wallpapered/painted backdrop might inspire you to keep things tidy!
Mudroom: Make the most out of your mudroom by turning the corner into a storage area. Complete it with cupboards, drawers, hooks, shelves and benches to cover a variety of needs.
Closet: hang purses and jewelry
Jewelry: Think like a boutique owner. Display favorite jewelry on stands or hand sculptures.