1. Clip your boots up on a hanger so they aren’t all slumped in a corner. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Make sure to use clips that have rubber or felt padding so they don't pinch the fabric on your boots. 2. Store plastic bags in empty wipe containers so they aren’t floating around the bottom of your closet. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com These little wipe containers actually fit a lot of bags! Stick one container in your car, another under the kitchen sink, and a third in the linen closet. That way, you'll always have a spare bag on hand! 3. Keep tiny toys in clear containers so kiddos can easily find them without dismantling the whole toy closet. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com These dollar store containers are the perfect size for plastic bugs, beads, or marbles. 4. Use colorful sticky notes to distinguish between power cords. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Use a few pieces of tape to secure it to the power base. This tip will come in handy when you finally decide to sort through that big box of cords that seem to belong to nothing. 5. Hang a row of hooks in the kitchen so you always know where to find the tools you use the most. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @sparkleonforever Or use individual hooks so you can space them out and hang as many as you like. This wire hanger from the Dollar Tree can be used in literally every room of the house! 6. Stack water bottles on a wine rack so you can grab the one you want without knocking over the rest of them. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Leave it on its side, stand it upright, or hang it on the wall by the door so no one forgets to bring their water bottle. 7. Hang plastic bins on a tension rod so their bath toys can drip dry right back into the bath. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Thread shower curtain rings through the basket holes to hang them. All of their toys are within reach, but out of your way. 8. Use thick ribbon and file dividers to spruce up your linen closet. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com File dividers make space for small items and separate stacks of linens. Tie ribbon around big blankets so you can easily stack them vertically. 9. Stick baskets on the stairs so cleanup in the evenings is as easy as grabbing a basket on your way to bed. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @lisaopo Everyone will be way more inclined to put their stuff away when it doesn't involve running up and down the stairs. 10. Stick adhesive hooks on the cabinet doors so the right lid is always within reach. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @che2chi If the lids are a little unsteady, add a third hook closer to the top. Just make sure the lid will still be able to easily slip into place. 11. Separate food storage lids into open-top bins by type so you don't have to throw away a mismatched set just to control the chaos. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @thejoyfulsort 12. Stick a suction cup shower caddy on the mirror to make your morning makeup routine a bit smoother. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @100things2do This dollar store shower caddy will keep clutter off the counter, but isn't a permanent fixture so you can pull it off the mirror if you want to do your makeup in the other room. 13. Keep your cords wound tightly with binder clips so you can charge your phone without having to untangle a big mess. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @crappy2happy And just go ahead and get the biggest set of those slotted baskets that you can find at the dollar store because they will literally never not be useful. 14. Take advantage of the space under your sink by stacking drawers all the way to the top. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com 15. Tag each towel with removable stickers so you know which one is yours, even if you've got a full house. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com This person hung extra hooks for all the guests she hosted over the summer and bought towels with hooks so they were extra secure. Genius! 16. Roll towels and stick them in a soft basket if you don't have room for extras in the bathroom. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @simplesurroundingsconsulting The struggle is real when you don't have a cabinet under the sink. You need to make space for all your items without making the bathroom look like a cluttered mess. Baskets and vertical storage organizers like ladders are great solutions. 17. Stick adhesive magnetic strips to the inside of your bathroom cabinet so you aren't fumbling around drawers for tiny tools. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @simplesurroundingsconsulting If the items you want to hang — such as eyeshadow pallets or toothbrushes — aren't magnetic, stick magnetic stickers on the backs.