Nifty·Updated on Apr 15, 2019. Posted on Sep 25, 201813 Decorative Organization Ideas For People Who Have A Lot Of StuffHang copper pipes in the kitchen and woven baskets in the bathroom.by Emily ShwakeBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Hannah Wong / BuzzFeed 1. Glue pretty plates and egg cups together to keep your jewelry on display. apairandasparediy.com You can also stack the plates on candlestick holders if you can't hunt down any egg cups! Learn more here. 2. Build a ladder out of wooden dowels if you don't have enough space for an entryway table. themerrythought.com Use s-hooks to hang your keys, a mail sorter, or a planter! Throw your jacket over a rung and stick your shoes underneath. Learn more here. 3. Display throw blankets on the wall so they can stop taking up a whole shelf in your linen closet. Kelsey Wilson / kelseywilson.co / Via sfgirlbybay.com You definitely bought that blanket because it's as cute as it is cozy, so you might as well show it off during the seasons you don't need it. Learn more here. 4. Cover a section of your wall with plywood, so you can drill and hang shelves without doing any structural damage. placeofmytaste.com You can switch up the shelves, hooks, and displays as many times as you want. Learn more here. 5. Hang up your pots and pans, so you can free up valuable cabinet space for the rest of your kitchen equipment. Emily Billings / Via apartmenttherapy.com All you need are a few copper pipes and s-hooks. Learn more here. 6. Clip your hats on a clothesline because they look just as cute on the wall as they do when you're wearing them. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com They won't get crushed in the closet and the clothespins won't hurt the fabric! 7. Add a trim of hooks around the room if you're low on closet space but have more purses than you know what to do with. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @kaizenspaces Don't have any cute paintings or decor? No biggie! Just line the walls with all your pretty clothing and accessories. The hooks create a cool trim around the room even when they're empty. 8. Attach agate slices and screws to short dowels, so your cute stuff doesn't have to hang from ugly plastic hooks. squirrellyminds.com Having a budget doesn't mean your stuff has to look cheap.Get one agate slice from Etsy for $0.93. 9. Pour all of your dry cooking staples into Mason jars so your pantry isn't filled with clutter. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @organizedbykirsten These look way prettier than the bags and jars your good were sold in and aren't nearly as expensive as those fancy kitchen containers. Get 24 glass jars from Amazon for $27.23. 10. Stick hooks to the underside of your shelves so your cooking utensils can hang along the backsplash. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @dirtcheapgardener This trick is just as cool as it is helpful! You can also use a tension rod and s-hooks to hang the supplies if you don't want to damage the cabinets. 11. Attach brackets to woven baskets for your bathroom essentials if the cabinet under the sink is packed to the brim. thekimsixfix.com Your guests will always know where to find the TP which makes things way less awkward for everyone. Learn more here. 12. Prop your massive plant collection on clear acrylic shelves so every single one gets the right amount of sun. skunkboyblog.com The acrylic shelves will make it so you're not blocking too much light from the rest of the room. Learn more here. 13. And build a floating drawer so you can hide your less-than-cute items underneath your best decor. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Iván Emilio Albino / Via youtube.com Even the neatest people have a crap drawer, so you might as well disguise it as decor! Learn more here.