Organization for Small Spaces

by Chelsea McDonnoughFebruary 18, 2014

Sometimes when it comes to organizing in small spaces, you have to be very creative. To help you conquer small space organization, I rounded up some great ideas for taking advantage of the space in your home.
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Some people forget about the storage possibilities that are already in their homes. One of those storage places is under the bed. There are tons of options for you to create under the bed storage. And better yet– ideas for every budget. Check out some great DIY under the bed storage ideas here!
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Need an office space but don’t have an extra room for an office? Create a cloffice– a closet office. Add shelving to store important documents and a desk space for your computer. You could even maximize the space on the inside of the door for extra storage.

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Missing a pantry in your current home? Build a rolling food cabinet. This narrow cabinet fits snugly next to a refrigerator and rolls back and forth, making it a convienent, space-saving way to store food.

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Take advantage of all of those nooks and crannies. Small baskets attached to the inside wall of this laundry closet are perfect for housing cleaning products and/or laundry products.

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When you’re tight on space, make sure you’re taking advantage of vertical space. A good place to start? Your doors. It’s mind blowing how many over-the-door organizers and accessories that are being made. You can use an over-the-door shoe organizer for just about anything that will fit into the pockets.

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Along with utilizing doors, make sure you take advantage of the inside of doors, especially in the kitchen. I made this hidden kitchen organizer for less than $20.

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