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By its very nature, a craft room has to be stocked with supplies—whether stacks of paper, fabric, ribbon, beads, clay, or paint—and it can quickly become a cluttered mess

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By its very nature, a craft room has to be stocked with supplies—whether stacks of paper, fabric, ribbon, beads, clay, or paint—and it can quickly become a cluttered mess

It’s hard to feel inspired when your creative space is messy, unorganized, or you can’t find what you need. It’s essential to sort and store all your supplies in a way that’s both functional and attractive. From DIY organization ideas to tools that will help keep your space in order—like mason jars, pegboards, and everything in-between—read below for 20 of our favorite craft room organization ideas. 1. Craft Caddy A wooden desk caddy couldn’t be more perfect for keeping your craft station in order! The compartments are just the right size for stashing scissors, pens, markers, pencils, Post-it® Notes, and decorative...

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You’ve painted the walls the perfect hue, picked out the coziest crib, and stocked up on all the necessities—now what? Of course, you want your baby room to look great, but it should be well-organized and functional, too

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You’ve painted the walls the perfect hue, picked out the coziest crib, and stocked up on all the necessities—now what? Of course, you want your baby room to look great, but it should be well-organized and functional, too

Baby stuff can quickly accumulate in a nursery and, without organization in place (that’s easy to maintain), it can lead to chaos and clutter. Whether you’re looking for savvy storage solutions for baby books and blankets, clever hacks for organizing clothes, or ideas for maximizing a small space, you’ll find plenty of tips and inspiration in this list of 40 baby room organization ideas. 1. Go Vertical Walls can be used for so much more than displaying room decor. Tall bookcases offer floor to ceiling organization space. Floating shelves add storage space above dressers and changing tables. So, when looking...

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If your sewing room is stocked with loads of fabric and an abundance of thread, notions, and tools galore, room organization is essential to keeping your space functional, clean, and clutter-free

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If your sewing room is stocked with loads of fabric and an abundance of thread, notions, and tools galore, room organization is essential to keeping your space functional, clean, and clutter-free

An unorganized sewing room can quickly become overwhelming and stifle creativity, so it’s important to properly sort, store, and organize everything in a way that’s both practical and stylish. From DIY projects that make it easy to find the perfect thread color to yarn storage ideas, desk caddies, and other ways to keep tools and tidbits out of the way but easy to reach, we’ve compiled 20 of our favorite sewing room organization ideas. 1. Store It In Glass Display small items in lidded glass jars so they’re organized, tidy, dust-free, and easy to find. Use mason jars so you...

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Laundry rooms are notorious for becoming chaotic and cluttered

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Laundry rooms are notorious for becoming chaotic and cluttered

It’s easy to let your dirty clothes pile up—especially when the space is difficult to keep clean. But, if you take the time to organize your laundry room, you’re less likely to find yourself swimming in a sea of unwashed laundry. We’ve poured through the best home organization hacks we could find to bring you this list of our top 30 laundry room organization ideas. From fun DIY projects for keeping your space in order to unique storage ideas like keeping your supplies in glass jars, you’re sure to find tips and tricks that will make you look forward to...

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For many college kids, living in a dorm room is a rite of passage

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For many college kids, living in a dorm room is a rite of passage

While it’s exciting to move into your first home away from home, most dorm rooms are tiny—maxing out at only a couple hundred square feet! That’s just enough room for your desk, dresser, and twin bed, leaving you pressed for personal space. You’ll quickly realize that the key to living in a small space is organization. Whether you’re headed off to college, or you’re a parent getting your college kid ready for their first semester, we’ve gathered some of our favorite tips and tricks for keeping your dorm room in top shape. From clutter-busting desk caddies to clever storage hacks,...

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