These 21 brilliant organization hacks and storage solutions cost next to nothing – many of them are totally free! Organize your entire house for just pennies!
January always brings a frenzy of home organization to our house, and while I LOVE getting my things in order, I HATE spending an arm and a leg trying to do so. I figured that some of you may feel the same way, so I rounded up 21 creative and clever organization tips and tricks that also happen to be totally inexpensive (and many are even free!) Check ’em out:
Recycled fruit cups make a great crayon organizer.
Bless’er House made these “wood” pantry crates from diaper boxes.
These cute pencil cup desk organizers are made from recycled salt containers.
Sowdering About in Seattle made this fun washi tape organizer with PVC pipes.
Today’s Creative Blog also used PVC to create this simple paint storage.
You could also store paint on this handy re-purposed kitchen drawer storage shelf.
This color block coffee can wine rack from Brit+Co. is fantastic!
Make no-sew rope baskets for around $2.50 each, and store everything in style!
Don’t toss that cardboard box! Use it to make drawer dividers like A Real Housewife of NYC.
Recycled wipes containers make great twine and ribbon storage in the craft room…
…or use them to store your plastic bags like Love, Pomegranate House does.
Organize your cutting boards with this great $2 hack from That’s What Che Said.
This simple trash bag storage solution from Simply Organized is quick and easy.
This gift wrap organizer from In My Own Style is as inexpensive as it is pretty!
Create a mail organizer out of boxes with The Stonybrook House.
This is a “soup”er storage solution from Then She Made…
Use PVC pipe to organize your garden tools like Newly Woodwards does.
Recycle cans into an incredible desk organizer like this one from Cynthia Shaffer.
Make drawer dividers from recycled food boxes with I Heart Organizing.
Use a 6-pack holder to organize scarves in your closet with Making Lemonade.
What’s your favorite way to organize and store items without spending very much money? Let me know in the comments!
Heidi Kundin has captivated the hearts of millions with her colorful and inspiring approach to crafting, celebrations, and family fun. With over 15 years of experience, Heidi’s website has become a must-visit destination for those seeking quick and easy creative ideas and last-minute solutions. Her warm personality shines through her posts, inviting readers to join her on a creative journey that’s fun, rewarding, and achievable.