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DIY best of: organization

by Kate Pruitt


I think it’s the inspiration and motivation I get from seeing other people’s homes, or maybe it’s the relaxation of being in a clean hotel with modern fixtures, but organization becomes very important to me when I get back to my house after a long trip. Since the weather is improving, I’m feeling ready to tackle spring cleaning head on — just in time too, since summer is right around the corner! Here are some of our favorite DIY projects for organizing loose items and clothing. There’s something great for every room in the house and for storage big and small. Enjoy, and happy spring cleaning! — Kate

Image above: Grace keeps her keys handy on this pretty patterned key rack.

More organizational DIY projects continue after the jump!

Image above: Brenna’s secret storage books, all made from paper and cardboard!

Image above: Create a compelling art installation on your wall that can also keep your clothing organized with Morgane’s drawer hangers.

Image above: If you tend to run out the door forgetting the essentials, you might want to make one of these streamlined felt door organizers to keep things where they should be.

Image above: Add a bit of nature to your organizing with these easy-to-make twig pushpins.

Image above: Derek and Lauren’s nifty pegboard wall unit.

Image above: Lovely driftwood rack from Jess Chamberlain at Sunset Magazine.

Image above: Jot down all the random notes and thoughts that would soon be forgotten in these recycled scrap paper notebooks from the BBB Craft Sisters.

Image above: Pretty up your wall with a papered coat rack.

Image above: If your kitchen suffers from a lack of shelf space, try this colorful pegboard DIY to create both decor and storage on your wall.

Image above: Jennifer Wolfe’s custom baroque-style corkboard.

Image above: Haylie’s beautiful wooden spool hooks are perfect for holding jewelry and small accessories.

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