back to top
DIY

7 Easy Organizing Tricks You'll Actually Want To Try

Gettin' a little more organized every day.

Posted on
Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed

1. Hang an inexpensive roll of kraft paper in your kitchen for an easy-access grocery list.

When it's time to go shopping, just tear off the list! If you don't want to screw hooks into your wall, you could use removable adhesive hooks. Get the tutorial here.
athomeinlove.com

When it's time to go shopping, just tear off the list! If you don't want to screw hooks into your wall, you could use removable adhesive hooks. Get the tutorial here.

2. Organize all of your extra buttons on a safety pin.

As soon as you get a new clothing item with an extra button, put it on your button pin. Not sure how to sew on a button? Learn here.
Natalie Brown / BuzzFeed

As soon as you get a new clothing item with an extra button, put it on your button pin. Not sure how to sew on a button? Learn here.

3. Turn a normal picture frame into a handy magnetic organizer.

Facebook: video.php

4. Spend an hour decluttering your computer's desktop and files.

Learn an easy filing system here.
plantbasedbride.com

Learn an easy filing system here.

5. Turn an inexpensive over-the-door hook into the perfect broom and mop storage solution.

No more opening your hall closet only to be attacked by falling mops. From here.
pinspiredhome.blogspot.com

No more opening your hall closet only to be attacked by falling mops. From here.

6. Pick a part of your kitchen and designate it the "breakfast zone."

Everything you need to make breakfast within arm's reach. Learn more about organizing your kitchen into zones here.
echoesoflaughter.ca

Everything you need to make breakfast within arm's reach. Learn more about organizing your kitchen into zones here.

7. Make your own decorative hooks for jewelry, scarves, or jackets using double-sided foam tapeand river stones.

Here's the tutorial. You could also use pretty crystals, pieces of driftwood, or whatever else you like best (foam tape like this can hold up to 2 pounds).
el-findawaybyjwp.blogspot.gr

Here's the tutorial. You could also use pretty crystals, pieces of driftwood, or whatever else you like best (foam tape like this can hold up to 2 pounds).

Want more organizing ideas? See last week's tricks (plus more!) here.

The best things at three price points