Whether you have a small home or plenty of room to spread out, using wall space for organizing and extra storage is always a smart idea.
Adding extra storage to your wall spaces is a smart idea because:
- It’s convenient. Things stay close at hand, but out of the way.
- Things stay neater. Sweaters or coats on hooks are automatically tidier than a crammed drawer. It takes almost no effort to hang something on a hook, whereas what kid will take the time to hang something nicely on a hanger?
- Things stay visible. If you’re like me, you want a visual overview of what you’re looking for. Using wall and door spaces for storage keeps things easy to find.
- It’s efficient. If storage space is at a premium, using wall space is a great way to squeeze in extra storage and keep the piles from forming and the cupboards from overflowing.
- It can be attractive. If you put a little effort into making it stylish, it doubles as decor!
I found some smart uses of wall space for organizing on Pinterest. Here are some of my favorites.
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When you use the back of a door for sturdy storage, you really maximize your available space. Pretty labeled totes do double-duty as storage and decor.
Striped towel hooks add a vivid pop of color to the bathroom. Plus, you’ll have room for more towels than with ordinary towel bars.
Add simple ribbon loops to your bath towels to keep them on the hook and promote even drying. Bonus points for color-coding!
This DIY shutter display is a stylish way to display cards and notes in a minimum of space.
These hanging wall pockets keep lots of things organized and at hand.
This old picture frame takes just a short time to DIY and keeps jewelry free from tangling and easy to select. So cute!
Or even just use some dainty hooks for instant jewelry storage – how practical and sweet!
Hooks for keys are a must-have for an organized home. I love this basket for the outgoing mail.
A few hooks and some $1 buckets keep art supplies handy and the workspace clear. I love organizing with containers!
Then take that artwork and clip it up for instant wall art with this super easy clipboard display.
An old picture frame + some burlap or scrapbook paper makes a pretty dry erase board. Did you know any dry erase marker will work on glass?
Backpacks on hooks are soooo much nicer than having them piled on the floor. Can you relate?
A couple of Command hooks inside a cupboard door put an end to a tangle of cords in the bathroom cupboard.
If you’re dealing with a lot of clutter, think about where you can add some hooks or other ways to go vertical with your storage.
What are your favorite tips for wall storage?
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