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Walking back home after all you have been through at work or school the entire day makes your house become the best place to escape. Well, it is supposed to be that way. But what will you do if you’re just heading to another stressful spot because you’ve got too much stuff scattered around on the floor, creating a disaster area?
There are also time when you experienced the inconvenience of looking for items under unorganized cabinets and closet. Sometimes the things you look for is covered by something else. To overcome this problem, you need to know the tricks of organizing things.
Luckily for you, you’ll find what you’ve been seeking since in this list and video I’ve listed 10 DIY Hanging Organizer ideas and Solutions that will help you hold the clutter at bay.
Let’s check it out! And one little information, this is crafted for you by Simphome.com
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10. A Hanging Pegboard Project idea.| DIYs
The pegboard is one of the ssimplest organizing ideas. What makes it wonderful is its versatility.
Pegboards are usually made from wooden or plastic boards with holes punched on them where you can insert dowels or hooks. The dowels and hooks are easy to install so that you can add as many of them as you need.
You can also attach a board on the dowels for the shelving. You just need to glue and screw it for the peace of mind. You can also add baskets or any tool holder on the pegboard depending on where you put it.
The pegboard can be used anywhere. You can hang it in your living room, dining room, bedroom, or even bathroom. It can be used to hang small items like your jewelry and accessories. Or, you can just use it to display your treasure. To find more about this idea, Check link inside description to find 10 storage solutions and organization ideas using pegboard I previously published in this blog or pipe shelving ideas.
9. Board and Hooks Organization idea | Thespruce
Making a hanging organizer doesn’t have to be costly. You can even use some leftover like a wooden board from the previous project to help you keep things organized.
You only need a wooden or plastic board and attach some hooks or nails on it as a hanger. You can use this board and hooks to hang items like cups, keys, jewelry, accessories, caps, and anything you almost all you have in your mind.
8. Hanging Mail Organizer Project idea | Homedit
Are you tired of mails and notes scattered on your desk? Try or experiment this hanging mail organizer.
This hanging mail organizer is made from three sheets of felt sewn together to make a bunch of pouches, and then hung on a wire hanger. You can use it to organize mails, papers, packages and newspapers. Try hanging it on the front door if you don’t have a mailbox.
7. Over-the-Sink Rack Organization idea | Instructables
This rack is not only functional but also chic. More importantly, it’s easy to make. First, you need to find a branch and drill a row of holes to hold the rods. To make it easier, attach the branch to a wooden plank using screw and chain before you begin to drill the holes. Make sure that each hole has the same interval.
After that, you need to drill holes on the back board before inserting the rods. Attach the back board on the wall over the sink, then assemble the branch and rods to the back board.
6. Rustic Hanging Rope Shelves Organization idea | Sustainmycrafthabit
If rustic ambiance is your thing, you should give this hanging rope shelf a try. First, take a piece of wood and then cleaned and sanded it. Next, punch two holes on both sides of the wood for the ropes. Tie a knot at each end of the rope, then tie the other end to eye hooks on the ceiling.
In different situation, this shelf can be used to store some books too. But you may reconsider again it since these shelves could swing back and forth and then screw your collections on the floor. Under that situation, for your peace of mind, screw the wooden shelf to the wall.
5. Hexagonal Shelves organization idea | Homebnc
To make these hexagonal shelves yourself at home. First, you need to prepare 6 wooden dowels with the same size, glue, nails, nail shooter or hammer, and wood paint.
The next step is assemble the dowels to form a hive by gluing the pieces until you get a hexagonal structure. After that, paint them with any color you like, and your job is done. Not only in your living room, you can also hang them in your bedroom even garden patio.
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4. A Simple Floating Shelving idea | Buildsomething
Just like the hexagonal shelves, these shelves can also be used to store some items like books and decorations for instance small potteries and picture frames.
This shelf is as simple as its name. You can make it from a large wooden board and some smaller boards. For the base board, simply take a board and saw it according to your need (if you have to). Attach the board to the wall using nail or screw, then attach the smaller or secondary boards to the base board and you’re good to go.
3. Jeans Pocket Organizer Idea | Wonderfuldiy
Don’t let your unused jeans be left unintended in the closet. You can give your jeans a second life by making this pocket organizer. Simply add more pockets on to the jeans, hang it anywhere you want, and that’s it! Some stitching processes are required and because they are too long to be covered up here, I suggest you to follow link inside description area.
2. Baking Pans and Chain Organization ideas | Craftsyhacks
Baking pans and chains can be a perfect material to produce a DIY rack or hanging shelves in your house, especially in your kitchen. You only need some unused baking pans and small chains. First, punch a hole on each baking pans, then attach 3 or more small rings or hooksm and then use them to hang the baking pans. You can use three or more baking pans to make a classy and beautiful rack out of it.
Lastly number 1. Colorful Wooden Crates Organization idea | Homedit
This colorful hanging crate shelves is made from unused crates that you could get from some ranches, or groceries or nearest fruit market.
First, prepare your crates, wood paint, nails, and nailshooter or hammer. Paint it as ussual and last, nail or screw it on the wall.
If you have extra crate, you could attach wheel on it using nail or screw and once you finish the process you can call It your new mobile storage solution product.
SO, You already have close to a dozen ideas how to improve your storage solution skill.
I hope these 10 DIY hanging organizer ideas and solutions will help you tidy up your things efficiently and I suggest you to visit subtitle hyperlink “one last time” to upgrade your storage solution skill to view level higher.
Have a great day!