Clutter begone! 7 Easy DIY Hacks for Organizing Your Home

Clutter free home
/Living Room & Bedroom Edition/

The cluttered and unorganized home reflects heavily on our moods as well. And that’s just the reason we’ve gathered some nice DIY hacks for organizing homes to keep your things neatly where they’re supposed to be. Even more, one of the entries helps you organize your family members as well.😉

Enough of introductions! Here are some easy DIY projects that will surely help you to keep your home organized.

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1. Pimp Up Your Boxing Game!

We’re all familiar with drawers full of art supplies organized in the spirit of pure chaos. The same usually happens to the drawers for all your make-up stuff in your bathroom. Sloth is glad to say that we found the solution for the problem in old cereal boxes and tissue tubes. See all the DIY hacks for organizing your drawers, make-up supplies and even stacks of old newspapers at Cathiefilian.com.

Stuff you might need:

DIY organizing boxes
Image by Cathiefilian.com

2. Build Yourshelf a Shelf!

It’s a known fact that old wooden boxes have a glorious afterlife in form of nice shelves. All you need besides a few boxes is a handful of screws, cordless drill, a can of paint and a brush. The best part of the project is that you can arrange the boxes in all kind of different formations. That guarantees you a beautiful custom made DIY shelf perfect for your home interior. Some tips can be found at Creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com (Sloth really loves the name of this blog).

Stuff you might need:

Crate shelf options
Image by Creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com
Crate shelf options
Image by Creatingreallyawesomefunthings.com

3. No Need to Call a Cable Guy!

Wires and cables surround us all the time. So, it’s no huge surprise that all those meters and feet of wires get tangled into a huge mess. Sloth is glad to report that we’ve found a neat source of DIY hacks for organizing your cables. Find out more at Homedit.com.

Stuff you might need:

DIY cable box
Image by allyou.com

4. Pigs Ladders in a under blankets

Blankets are just as perfect as decorative elements as they are keeping you warm at night. That’s the reason why you should take all your blankets out of the closets and use them to spice up your home interior. DIY instructions are waiting for you at Lifestorage.com. The original pin and the picture that inspired us was created by good people at Homemadelovely.com.

Stuff you might need:

Blanket ladder
Images by Lifestorage.com (left) & homemadelovely.com (right)

5. Family Meeting at the Command Center ASAP!

There is no reason why mom should be the only one in the family taking care of chores. To keep the assignments clear for all the family members there is no better solution than a command center. There are several ways to organize your family with a stylish DIY information board. Luckily, good people at Bhg.com have created a lovely post with some of the most popular DIY command center solutions.

Stuff you might need:

Family meeting center
Image by atcharlotteshouse.com & howtonestforless.com

6. Shallow shelves… What are Those?

Well, they’re pretty much like regular shelves but designed to save you some more space. You know, for the walls where deeper furniture like tables, armchairs or deeper shelves might take up too much space. Instructions and more at Bowepowerblog.com.

Stuff you might need:

Image by bowerpowerblog.com

7. Make Your Plants Float!

Some of our readers surely have problems with houseplants taking up some precious floor space. We’re happy to introduce you an easy solution in form of hanging plant shelves. Oh, they’re the best kind of DIY project – easy to make with an original end result. All the know-how for these cute DIY plant shelves is waiting for you at Fallfordiy.com.

Stuff you might need:

DIY floating plants
Image by Fallfordiy.com

Team Sloth hopes you got some inspiration to organize your living spaces with those easy and original DIY home hacks. We wish you all happy crafting with vibrant results!

 

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