75 Unique Red Bedroom Color Ideas

Red is a color that traditionally symbolizes love, making it a great choice for a room that you adore. Red can be used as an accent color, or you can make it the star of the show by using red furniture and painting your walls red. If you’re ready to add a fiery color scheme, these red room ideas will help you design the perfect palette.

Use the filters below to find the best ideas for your room. After you’ve found ideas that you love, head over to our home decor section to create beautiful personalized decor for your red bedroom.

Add another dimension to your rustic red dresser by attaching a hanging decoration to one of your dresser knobs.

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Put together a beautiful DIY vintage piece for your red bedroom by refurbishing and painting an antique set of drawers.

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Create your own rustic DIY decorations to display on top of your headboard and on your nightstand.

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Decorate with a classic checker quilt and a plaid throw blanket to add rustic charm to your bed.

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Looking for rustic red room ideas? Paint an antique dresser bright red and decorate with fun vintage pieces like wooden signs and galvanized pitchers.

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Design and make your own curtains using a lovely rustic red fabric. Use the same fabric to create a matching pillowcase for your decorative pillow.

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Paint an antique dresser bright red to create a great rustic piece for your bedroom. Decorate your dresser with matching vintage decor.

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Place bright red textured wallpaper above wood-paneled walls for a fun rustic and eclectic look.

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Red accent walls are great red bedroom ideas. Place your bed against the accent wall and use contrasting colors in your decor for the perfect look.

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Take inspiration from Scotland and dress up your bed with a beautiful tartan comforter. Complete the look by attaching a matching bedskirt to the base of your bed.

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Add brightness to a room with dark walls by using a red nightstand. Decorate your nightstand with bright plants and decor.

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Lighten up your bed with patterned red decorative pillows. Use a wall decoration featuring matching colors to complete the look.

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Attach lovely white flower knobs to a rustic red dresser for a unique look. Complete the look by decorating your dresser with vintage decor.

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Decorate your wall with a soft and fuzzy Juju hat like the one above this bed to add texture to your red bedroom.

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Attach a legless nightstand to a long headboard to give the illusion that the nightstand is floating.

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Make a clean and minimalistic red bedroom design by painting your walls red and using all white furniture and decor.

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Make a lovely reading nook in your red bedroom by placing a plush armchair next to your window. Use a chair and curtains that feature complementary colors for a balanced look.

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Design a lovely window seat for your bedroom that features bright red walls and matching posters and decorative pillows.

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Put bright patterned wallpaper on an accent wall in your red bedroom and pair the bold wallpaper with a simple solid-colored bedspread.

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Decorate with a rug and a piece of art that feature matching colors to create a cohesive look in your red bedroom.

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Hang up an eclectic painting that shows off your unique style. Create a unified look by using decorative pillows with the same colors as the painting.

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Go for a bold look in your bedroom by decorating your walls with plush white wallpaper. Pair the wallpaper with red decor and furniture.

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Go for a bold look in your red bedroom by using bright patterned wallpaper. Match the eye-catching wallpaper with a simple white nightstand and bedspread.

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Light up your red bedroom with an eclectic lamp. Use a lamp that matches your bedroom’s theme for the perfect cohesive look.

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Match a bright red armchair with wallpaper featuring subtle patterns. Complete the look by using white decor with red accents.

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Use dark red paint on your walls to give your bedroom a bold look. Decorate with a black dresser to provide contrast in your red bedroom.

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Red is the perfect accent color for a bedroom with white walls. Make your bedroom pop by using red and pink decorative pillows and red pieces of art.

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Use a bright red chandelier to light up your bedroom. Small details like this will make your red bedroom pop.

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Design a classic red, white and blue color scheme in your curtains and bedspread. Tie the look together with matching decorative pillows.

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Include a few small shelves in your bedroom to display some of your favorite items. Paint the shelves the same color as your walls for a cohesive look.

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Use a plush red headboard and a matching red bedskirt for a beautiful unified look. Contrast the red with a white bedspread.

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Brighten up your bedroom with a red and white color scheme. Add symmetry to the room by featuring the same nightstands and lamps on both sides of the bed.

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Place a tufted red headboard behind your bed to make it pop. Match the bright headboard with light pink, red and gray decorative pillows.

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Decorate with pillows in different styles to make your bed pop. This room accomplishes this by using a Bohemian pillow that stands out against the striped bedspread.

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Give your red bedroom an eclectic look by using a mixture of classical and global decor.

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Place matching decor throughout a small bedroom to create a room that pops while not looking too busy. Take inspiration from this room’s beautiful Asian-style theme.

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Paint black and white stripes on your drawers to add a fun twist to your red dresser.

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Decorate a dark brown and red color scheme with glass lamps on your nightstands to finish the look.

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Contrast white walls with a few pieces of hanging bright red decor and a red bedspread.

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Add depth to your red bedroom by using textured wallpaper. Match the moody red wallpaper with black and white decor.

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Light up the area around your bed by attaching industrial-style reading lamps to the wall behind your headboard.

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Display patterned decorative pillows on your bed for a simple pop of color. Tie the look together by including decor on your nightstand that features similar patterns.

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Combine a red plaid armchair with plaid drapes in a complementary color for a wonderful balanced look.

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Get a cohesive look in your red bedroom by decorating your bed and seating area with the same decorative pillows.

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Create a cozy nook for your bed and decorate with a bright red bedspread. Place shelves in the nook to create the perfect place to display your favorite decor.

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Match your curtains, armchair and headboard for a unified look in your red bedroom. Add contrast by using a bedspread in a complementary color.

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Create contrast in an industrial bedroom by using eclectic decor like this room’s lovely Asian-style nightstands.

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Put together the perfect red, black and gray bedroom by using gray and black furniture that features bright red accents.

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Decorate a white bedspread with colorful red and tan pillows that feature ornate patterns. Match the bright pillows with a red headboard.

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Feature items used in your favorite hobby in your red bedroom\’s decor. Take inspiration from this fun and bright hockey stick headboard.

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Get creative with the light fixtures in your red bedroom. Use bright and bold lamps that match your color scheme and include ornate chandeliers in your favorite style.

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Pair a bright red lamp with a white nightstand and add subtle pops of red to your bed’s decor to complete the look.

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Make your armchair the focus of your bedroom by using a bright red chair. For contrast, decorate the rest of your room with black and white pieces.

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Make your bedroom feel cheery and bright by using a bedspread featuring red flowers. Match the bedspread with floral decorative pillows.

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Match bold red walls with classic gray, black and white decor for the perfect balanced look.

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Paint red stripes onto white curtains to add brightness to your bedroom. Mix a textile medium in with your paint to help it adhere to the fabric.

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Paint the bottoms of your white curtains red to add a subtle pop of color to your bedroom. Complete the look by using a matching red curtain rod.

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Show your love for Great Britain by using a red, white and blue color scheme. Decorate your wall with a British flag poster to tie the theme together.

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Include different red and white patterns in your headboard, decorative pillows and curtains to add depth to your bedroom.

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Use different shades of red throughout your furniture and decor. Take inspiration from this room’s dark red rug and bright red nightstand and armchair.

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20+ Creative DIY Entryway Bench Ideas

DIY ENTRYWAY BENCH IDEAS — Your doorway is not only the first thing visitors to your home will see, but it is often the hub of morning activity in a home. It is an overlooked and underutilized space.

Even if you have only a small area near your front door, a simple storage bench can help keep clutter out of sight and will provide a welcome place to sit down and remove muddy shoes and boots.

DIY Bookshelf Bench Seat with Storage Bins

DIY Bookshelf Bench Seat with Storage Bins

This is an easy way to create a fun storage bench. Your family members can stash their belongings in the bins underneath and the cushioned top adds extra seating as well. You could use this adorable bench in an entryway to store winter hats and gloves, or perhaps in a bedroom for a reading area.

Recycled Headboard Bench Seat Project

Recycled Headboard Bench Seat Project

This is a great way to up cycle a headboard that you are no longer using in the bedroom. The headboard bench will look perfect in an entryway, or you could use it for outdoor seating on a covered porch. This bench also adds valuable storage space with the wicker baskets underneath.

Dresser to Bench Project with Storage Drawers

Dresser to Bench Project with Storage Drawers

You can always find a free dresser in the classified ads, and now you have a reason to pick one up. With a little work, you could create this sleek bench with drawers. A new coat of glossy paint and a plush cushion complete the look of this unique bench.

Antique Door Entryway Coat Rack

Antique Door Entryway Coat Rack

Home remodeling sometimes results in building materials to dispose of. If you replace an old door, instead of bringing the door to the landfill, create something wonderful like this door coat rack! Giving the door a fun paint treatment and adding functional coat hooks will make this the talk among your guests.

Easy Upholstered Wooden Entryway Bench

Easy Upholstered Wooden Entryway Bench

This 2×4 bench with an upholstered seat is easy to create with the included building plans. This particular bench has been stained a dark color, but you could easily adapt this project to use any type of paint or wood finish that you like the best. While this project does not offer additional storage, it is a perfect place for extra blankets in a bedroom.

Sleek Solid Wooden Bench Seat

Sleek Solid Wooden Bench Seat

This sleek bench seat stained a dark color and its sleek lines make it a great fit for small spaces such as busy entryways. You can use this cute bench for a spot to rest while you put on your shoes, or perhaps to lay your purse or children’s backpacks on during busy mornings.

DIY Rustic Bench with Tufted Cushion

DIY Rustic Bench with Tufted Cushion

The white rustic bench with a tufted cushion has unique pedestal legs, making it a conversation piece for your home. This bench would look adorable in a Victorian style home or a teenage girl’s room. This bench can be easily adapted to any décor style by simply switching the paint colors and fabric for the cushion.

Recycled Shabby Chic Chair Bench

Recycled Shabby Chic Chair Bench

Old wooden chairs are easy to find at rummage sales, and now you have a reason to purchase them with this plan for a shabby chic chair bench. This bench is simple to create and will add style and flair to your home. Upcycling items instead of adding to landfills is very popular right now, and this bench makes great use of this trend.

DIY Entryway Bench Projects with Shoe Storage

DIY Entryway Bench Projects with Shoe Storage

The shoe storage bench is a great way to clear the clutter in your home. The wooden crates beneath the seat will help you stash all types of items so they are out of sight. This durable bench will withstand a great deal of wear, making it a long-lasting addition to your home.

Custom Faux Built-In Entryway Storage

Custom Faux Built-In Entryway Storage

If you have seen entryway cubbies and admired them, this is the time to build one for your own home. This version has storage bins underneath the bench, hooks to hang up coats, and backpacks on top. Add a decorative pillow or two and a wall quote, and you have functional and beautiful storage space.

Simple Do-It-Yourself Storage Bench Project

Simple Do-It-Yourself Storage Bench Project

This storage bench allows you to have space for a wicker basket and two open shelves for shoes or other frequently used items. The modern gray and white stripes fit well in any decor or home style. This is a great choice for a home that does not have space for a larger entryway bench.

Inexpensive Rustic Wooden Bench Seat

Inexpensive Rustic Wooden Bench Seat

The rustic bench has been built from inexpensive pieces of wood that are then finished with stain and a polyurethane to seal the finish. This bench adds a rustic appeal to any corner of your home. You can use this outdoors on a porch, a mudroom, or anywhere else, you need extra seating.

Easy to Make Small Entryway Bench

Easy to Make Small Entryway Bench

With its unique ball-shaped legs, the entryway bench fits perfectly in small spaces. The clean white finish and dark wood top lend a modern flair anywhere you need to update your home. While this bench is meant for an entryway, it would look perfect anywhere you decide to put it in your house.

Dresser to Bench Project with Drawers

Dresser to Bench Project with Drawers
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This turquoise bench was formally a nondescript dresser. After a little handiwork with common tools, it is now a conversation piece. Four drawers remain for storage areas while a comfortable bench is included for lounging on during the day. With its eclectic color scheme, this would be a fun bench for an apartment in the city.

Elegant Upholstered DIY Entryway Bench

Elegant Upholstered DIY Entryway Bench

This bench is upholstered with geometrically patterned cushions on the seat and back and finished with a glossy white paint. These details will help make this the most sought-after seating area in your home. Four cubbies underneath will help catch the clutter and organize shoes.

Clever Coat Closet to Entryway Bench Project

Clever Coat Closet to Entryway Bench Project

If you need more storage space, consider converting an entryway closet to a bench and storage combination. By removing the doors and adding a bench, you have built-in storage that will add value to your home. Adding hooks and baskets will help complete this look while making this functional to your home storage needs.

French Farm House Coat Rack and Bench

French Farm House Coat Rack and Bench

The French farmhouse coat rack and bench is another option for entryway storage. This bench brings in the classic look of painted white wood with functional metal coat hooks. There is plenty of space in this coat rack to add decorative accents as well. You are sure to receive plenty of compliments from this coat rack and bench.

Rustic DIY Wooden Sawhorse Bench

Rustic DIY Wooden Sawhorse Bench

The rustic sawhorse bench is an easy way to add functionality to your entryway. This bench does not take up much space and is perfect for stashing sports gear or children’s backpacks. While it may be smaller than some entryway benches, it is high on style and function.

Large DIY Entryway Bench Projects

Large DIY Entryway Bench Projects

If you have a larger entryway, you might want to consider this entry bench. This boasts a large seating area, wicker baskets for storage, and hooks for hanging coats, purses, or backpacks.

Minimalistic DIY Wooden Entryway Bench

Minimalistic DIY Wooden Entryway Bench

This minimalist wooden bench is easy to create. This basic bench does not offer extra storage e but looks great placed against a wall in your home. This bench would be a great fit for a rustic cabin or a farmhouse style house.

Lovely Geometric Wooden Bench and Coat Hooks

Lovely Geometric Wooden Bench and Coat Hooks

The geometric bench brings eye appeal to your home when you choose to add this to your decor. The smooth wood bench is offset with the details of the patterned back of the bench. All you need to do is add a few decorative throw pillows and this would be a perfect addition to your home.

Scrap Wood Children’s Bench Project

Scrap Wood Children

Children need their own child-sized bench as well! With a little scrap wood and fun paint colors, you are on your way to creating this adorable bench. A bottom shelf to place favorite toys complete the look of this bench.

Modern Raw Wood Plank Bench

Modern Raw Wood Plank Bench

The modern wood bench is another design that would look wonderful in an industrial decorated home. With the metal legs and plank wood bench, this is a simple, yet beautiful design. This entryway bench does not take a lot of space, which makes it a great choice for smaller entryways.

DIY Entryway Shoe Rach and Bench

DIY Entryway Shoe Rach and Bench

This bench requires basic carpentry skills and a few pieces of lumber. Add in a splash of color from the paint and a beautifully stained seat, and you will have a bench that you will admire forever. This sturdy bench has a lower shelf for storage.

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20+ Creative DIY Coffee Cup Holder Ideas

Create a nook in your kitchen dedicated to your morning pick-me-up. Complete with a espresso machine, classic pots, mugs and all the fixings, your morning cup of joe will be so much better with a space to call its own. And with these 21 DIY coffee racks, you’ll get a huge head start in the organizing. Take a look!



One Little Bird has a simple palette project to try your hand at. Add hooks, paint it, embellish it, it’s easily personalized!

With Spoons

Diy pallet coffee mug holder with spoon hooks

Check out 99 Pallets for another way to utilize pallets. And this time, grab some old spoons to use as hooks!


Diy coffee cup display

Shanty 2 Chic gives us another way to style this more rustic idea. And the tutorial is super easy to follow!

Racks & Hooks

Diy coffee rack

A Farmhouse Reborn shows us how to create the most perfect morning coffee nook. And this one is complete with some Ikea rods and hooks for a more modern look.


Diy coffee track

We’re swooning over this beautiful inspiration. A clean piece of wood can spark an entire display in a clean and crisp way.


Diy coffee rack

The Clever Bunny shows us how to utilize a pegboard and make it stylish! With a pop of color, you’ll love this industrial addition to the breakfast nook.

Cabinet Door


And then over at My Repurposed Life, you’ll find out how to turn a cabinet door into something else. That’s right, this rack is an upcycled innovation!

Triangle Display

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Pineapples & Coffee Cups showed off this trendy display that was too handmade. Use it as inspiration when designing your own rack or shelving system.


Coffee station with mug rack

The Inspired Room showed us how to use a organization carousel to our coffee cups delight. If you don’t have all space, do something like this to keep your mugs easily reached.


Tray coffee mug storage

The Inspired Room gives us another great idea for holding or displaying your mugs. It may not be a rack but you can turn a tray into a stylish coffee cup spot!

Cabinet Hooks

Diy coffee mug display

Check out Apartment Therapy for the scoop on this scene. Install hooks inside cabinet shelves for extra storage space!

On the Side


If you’re short on space, you’ll ant to visit Pennywise Cook. You’ll learn how to utilize the sides of the cabinets for hanging your best mugs.

Under Hooks

Under hooks diy coffee racks

Swoon Worthy made a swoon-worthy coffee setup that’s easily recreated. These golden rods and hooks are installed under the cabinets making it both functional and stylish.

Desk Organizer

Diy coffee storage

We found some more great inspiration when looking for display or organize your coffee mugs. A desk organizer can be an easy DIY makeover to try your hand at.

House Shelf

Diy coffee rack shelf

A Beautiful Mess has another great rack idea that we’ve fallen in love with. Learn how to make this unique house-inspired shelf after the jump!

Drying Rack

Diy mug rack

Baked Brea bought this drying rack and used it for her mugs. And it gave us some great inspiration in terms of using similar items the same way or creating our very own based on this design.

Free Shelf

Diy coffee station

Four Generations One Roof gives us another great DIY idea for utilizing all your cabinet space. Use a lifter to add extra shelving and make a special spot for your favorite mugs.


Vertical diy coffee rack

Your racks don’t have to be hung horizontally. Instead, get inspired by House of Turquoise and create a vertical design.

Lazy Susan

Diy coffee rack

House Beautiful shows us how to turn a lazy Susan into a rack. It makes a super functional piece for the kitchen that can be used for a variety of things too!

Cake Stands

Diy coffee storage idea

Kimberly Chiu may not have made a rack but she did have a great idea in terms of displaying and organizing her mug. Use a cake stand in the coffee nook and store them there!


Rustic diy coffee rack

And finally, if you check out this YouTube video, you’ll learn ho to make a more rustic piece that too can be easily personalized. Make it more masculine, artistic, feminine or anything that you may fancy!

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Awesome Closet Organization Ideas

CLOSET ORGANIZATION IDEAS — When opening your closet doors, you’re confronted with a topsy-turvy and unpleasant mess. Does the disorder in your closet cost you time in the morning? How much simpler would your life be if you can just quit thinking of the mess that lingers beyond those doors and also obtain arranged.

It can be done. With thousands of business systems on the market today, an arranged wardrobe can be achieved. Wardrobes of every kind can be created with the proper forethought and planning.

When intending a wardrobe overhaul, you will certainly initially need to take a good, hard look at the components of your closet and determine the type of storage space service that will best fit your needs.

A Simple Solution To A Tough Problem

A Simple Solution To A Tough Problem
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To conserve space, hang up and down. Products such as scarves, belts, and also ties can be conveniently kept utilizing easy and ingenious storage room ideas such as this. Just take a hanger, add a couple of shower rings, and also you have produced a fantastic, economical storage remedy from everyday house things.

Straightforward wardrobe storage space suggestions like this one can be used in a pinch and on a dime. The outcomes, you have actually conserved both money and room. What could be much better?

Like Items Go Together

Like Items Go Together
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Why hide your something so excellent? This wardrobe closet is so organized that it doesn’t need doors. Organization is a lovely thing as well as absolutely nothing proves it more than seeing the materials of a wardrobe on full display screen in excellent organizational consistency.

Take a lesson from this storage room remodeling, and also keep in mind that every closet rehab begins by classifying your things. Like products need to be positioned together and afterwards hung with each other. This fundamental tenet of closet style makes it simpler to discover those things later and also develops an overall much more created look.

Too Many Shoes And Too Little Space

Too Many Shoes And Too Little Space
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Tell the truth, are your footwear in a heap next to your front door, or resting haphazardly at the end of your closet? If you responded to of course, greet to the remedy to every one of your footwear problems.

If you are honored or cursed with an overabundance of footwear, a customized footwear organizer is a simple method to categorize and also show your shoes for safe-keeping.

This built-in revolving edge shoe display is also a fantastic method to use all area during a small closet company project. The personalized developed item is the best option for anyone with too many shoes and too litle space.

Light And Airy, Tidy And Also Comfy

Light And Airy, Clean And Comfortable
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This light and ventilated display is ideal for the property owner with a large shoe and also handbag collection. Backlit shelving develops a high-end display for the lady with an outstanding collection of shoe and handbags. Additional storage space is located in the floating drawers as well as wall mounts fronting the ethereal display.

Temporary Closet Storage Solution

Temporary Closet Storage Solution
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This shelving system is excellent for those that are not devoted to making long-term changes to their living space. With a series of extendable poles, this shelving unit is able to be secured right into essentially any kind of living area.

Probably your closet is also tiny, however you are renting out and don’t intend to make long-term adjustments. What should you do? Consider this as a solution to your issue. This storage space remedy offers you all the as well as business capabilities that your fundamental storage space layout does not have.

You can add storage space without making any kind of long-term changes. Furthermore, this service can be used in practically any type of space.

A Sweet Surprise In This Nursery

A Sweet Surprise In This Nursery
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A few well considered house decor accessories and wall-decals have actually turned this closet into an attractive part of a wonderful nursery. House design at its ideal thinks about space like wardobes, cabinets, as well as garages. These organizational spaces can be wonderful and functional.

Combining Bathroom And Closet Spaces

Combining Bathroom And Closet Spaces
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Combining a bathroom and a closet in a residence can be any type of very easy means to prolong the square video and also usability of both spaces.

After seeing this space, you may ask yourself,” why not tear down a wall and also produce a new space?” This wonderful, airy area flawlessly integrates both bathroom and also closet to develop a terrific dressing area.

Flooring to ceiling shelving and upright mirrored surfaces include elevation, room, and also light right into what can be an otherwise cramped double objective location. The larger than life open area is a terrific instance of a bathroom/closet remodelling done right.

Label Everything In A Child’s Space

Label Everything In A Child
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Small wardrobe organization can be a hard difficulty. Particularly when intending remedies that will require to benefit a child’s storage room area. The storage room over is an archetype of storage room company suggestions that are distinctively tailored to work for the specific needs of kids.

When intending a little storage room space for kids, the most crucial thing you can do is to classify everything. If obtaining clothed or matching is a difficult task for your children, after that take into consideration identifying clothes items by color.

Despite how you choose to arrange your youngster’s area, keep in mind your child’s certain needs as well as practices when intending the area. The goal is always to produce a closet that functions well to fit the requirements of you as well as your family.

Custom Cabinetry Saves The Day

Custom Cabinetry Saves The Day
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Every accessory is easy to find in this wardrobe organizer. The specific areas of the pull-out drawers are the excellent size to save hats, headscarfs, as well as belts. built-in custom cabinetry, such as that included here, uses versatile storage options for the perfect walk-in storage room. When intending your very own dream closet, consider what things you require to be stored and just how you wish to keep them.

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30+ Awesome DIY Letter and Word Signs

When it comes to communication and expression, there is no doubt that words play the main role. Sure, body language and facial expressions aid in communication, and fashion, art and music is another way in which we express ourselves, but at the very core of it all is language… words. Words have the power to support, inspire, encourage, and, of course, cause harm. But I like to use them for good.

It makes a lot of sense to me, then, that people like to decorate their homes with words. Whether you just want a singular letter (monogram) for an initial, a weighty word, a meaningful quote, poem verse, song lyric or motto, there are some fantastically creative ways to make and display these for maximum impact.

Allow me…

Faux Floral

Faux FloralThe use of fake flowers can truly brighten up any room, and it’s the perfect decoration for spring or summer. This one is really easy to do since there’s no precision cutting or gluing needed, and the final product is so lightweight that you won’t have to drill any holes into the wall.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Decoist

Magnetic Fridge Letters

Magnetic Fridge LettersRemember these colorful magnetic letters from when you were a kid? I know my mom still has ours stashed in a box somewhere so it’s about time I go pick them up! I still love the idea of letters on the fridge so that you can leave a little note or something on there, but all the colors are just a little too childlike, so what do you do? Spray paint them, of course!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – InspiredByCharm

Button Madness

Button MadnessGluing buttons onto wooden letters is just such a simple task for something so adorable! The colorful approach would look great in a child’s room, but if you want it for yourself, I’d suggest getting buttons in different shades of the same color and displaying it in your craft/sewing/DIYing room.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BrightStarKids


PhotobombA great way to really personalize the letters or the words you’re spelling out is to turn each letter into a photo collage. Getting images onto the wooden letters is a cinch – you just need to print them out (on photo paper, not regular printer paper), glue them onto the wood with Mod Podge and then finish it off with some polyurethane.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Myanythingandeverything

Faux Industrial Metal

Faux Industrial MetalHere’s a fantastic little cheat that gives you a very realistic metal look at a fraction of what the real thing would’ve cost you. It’s actually a lot easier to pull off than you may think – you just need the right combination of sprays and a very clever finishing technique of black pint sponged around the edges. Brilliant!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – InfarrantlyCreative

Yarn-Wrapped Letters

Yarn-Wrapped LettersWrapping yarn around wooden letters is honestly one of the easiest ways to decorate them. The ombre effect is also very simple to achieve since you just need a few shades of the same color and type of yarn. You can ombre a single letter like in the image, or if you’re spelling out a name or word, wrap each letter in one shade for a more drawn out ombre effect.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – CatchMyParty

Creative Crayon

Creative CrayonI’ve seen some pretty cool projects that involve melting crayons, but I never thought of cutting them up to create a letter or image. It’s cheerful, it’s colorful, and it’s the perfect addition to a nursery, playroom or classroom.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Chic&CheapNursery

Copper Sheets

Copper SheetsI feel as if copper is one of the more underrepresented of the metals, so here’s a fantastic way to incorporate it into your home. It’s got a bit of a retro feel which makes me love it even more, and it’s a very simple yet effective project.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – ABeautifulMess

Cork Board Letters

Cork Board LettersYour letters and words don’t have to be purely inspirational or decorative, they can be useful too; this cork board lettering is the perfect example. Not only does it look super cute, but it serves as a little corkboard on which you can pin notes, to-dos, ideas etc.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – KojoDesigns

Thrifty Thumbtacks

Thrifty ThumbtacksThumbtacks? How clever is that? You can just push these babies through a canvas or a piece of foam board to create absolutely any word or phrase you want. It’s pretty cheap, super easy, and looks fabulous!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Metal&Mud and TheJonesWay

Lacey Doilies

Lacey DoiliesIf you like a vintage look then you’ll certainly be a fan of this one: wrap your painted wooden letters in lace doilies! That’s pretty much all there is to it. You can keep the doilies and letters the same color like in this tutorial, or paint both in their own complementary colors.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – AveryAndAnderson

Paint Sticks

Paint SticksWho would’ve thought to use paint sticks as material for DIY lettering? It’s brilliantly creative and it’s a pretty painless process. I really love the exposed nuts and bolts since I’m a big fan of rustic design. Just make sure to plan carefully since your letters need to consist of straight lines with sticks.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – MamieJane’s

Architectural 3D

Architectural 3DIt’s actually very easy and affordable to make your very own 3D letters with chipboard, paper cups for strength (genius!) and some paper packing tape to cover it all up. From there it’s up to you to decorate your letters however you see fit.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DickBlick

Book Folding

Book FoldingI’ve seen these before and, until today, have not been able to wrap my head around how this fantastic artwork is made. I’m not going to lie, it is rather finicky and very time-consuming, but honestly, just look at how it turns out! Just put on a good movie, pour some of your favorite wine, and get folding.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DIYPics and Instructables

Cutting Boards

Cutting BoardsHere’s a brilliant idea for the kitchen: gluing wooden letters to old cutting boards. I like that each board is different and that you can see they’ve been used – perhaps you can ask friends if they have any oldies lying around that are just going to waste.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Anderson+Grant

Chalkboard Letters

Chalkboard LettersThis is a nice quick and easy project that basically just involves spraying wooden letters with chalkboard spray paint. It really couldn’t get any easier! I love the idea of endless change since these can be decorated with chalk constantly.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – MaisonDePax

Giant Scrabble

Giant ScrabbleI love reading and writing, so it goes without saying that I love Scrabble. Which means that I’ll just have to make these for myself one day. It’s not a very difficult project, you just need steady hands for the painting. It really adds a whimsical and rustic charm to any room.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BourneSouthern and SomethingTurquoise

Plaster of Paris

Plaster of ParisInstead of simply painting store-bought letters, why not start from scratch and make your very own letters from plaster of Paris? It gives you a lot more flexibility with regards to font, size and shape. I’m also a big fan of the graphite powder finish for that metallic look, but you can decorate your blank canvas just as you please!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Poppytalk

Colorful Cut-Outs

Colorful Cut-OutsThis is a really novel idea that gives you some added texture and color from either the blank canvas underneath, or a pretty fabric that you like. I think this could also look great with a mirror instead of a canvas – the reflection cut-outs will add a whole new dimension.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – BrassyApple and ABeautifulMess

Penny Pincher

Penny PincherAs one of the simplest of the lot, this is also one of my favorites. I absolutely love the look of the pennies on the letters, especially since they aren’t all shiny and new – it’s the variation that I’m after. I’d use this technique for a home office decoration since work = money!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Joann

Plank Sign

Plank SignHere’s a great way to make something really beautiful out of scrap wooden planks – any imperfections will simply add more character to your piece. It’s a relatively simple project that lets you display your favorite quote or saying to keep you inspired every day.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – That’sMyLetter

She Sells Seashells by the Sea Shore

She Sells Seashells by the Sea ShoreRegardless of whether you actually live by the sea or just like to be reminded of it when you aren’t close by, using seashells as decoration is an old tried and tested classic. I love the natural colors and different shades, but you can even spray paint them all one color (silver!) to put the emphasis on texture.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – PurpleHuesAndMe

Wrapped Washi Tape

Wrapped Washi TapeWashi tape is actually just a fun thing to work with, and when it comes to wrapping your wooden letters with different strips, it’s downright adorable. This is absolutely perfect for a kid’s room, and since it’s so simple today, spelling out an entire name won’t be much of a drag.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheCraftyBlogStalker

Sassy Sequins

Sassy SequinsThese oversized sequins give a real edgy and modern look and feel that simply can not be overlooked. This is a real statement piece! If the wooden letters are too hard for the thumbtacks to be pushed though, consider making cardboard letters or finding some that are made of polystyrene.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – PopCosmo

Love Shelf

Love ShelfThis is by far one of the most innovative projects of the lot since it isn’t just decorative, but it’s functional too. The blogger saw something similar on Pinterest and decided to make one herself, so luckily all the planning has already been done for you.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DIY:CraftingItMyself

String Art

String ArtI’ve been obsessed for this string art technique for quite a while now but I’ve been procrastinating because I’m concerned that I don’t have the patience for it. But this really looks fantastic, so I think the time is now! It’s really fund and playful, and there is actually a lot of room for personal customization.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Honey&Fitz and Tuts+


CrosswordingThis tutorial isn’t so much about decorating the actual letters but more about the creative placement. I think this crossword effect is just so cute and clever; it really brightens up the bathroom wall in a fun way.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – AquaLaneDesign

Faux Rust

Faux RustIf you’re going for an industrial look you don’t have to actually go find—and pay a lot for—letters made of metal. It’s actually very easy to fake the rusty effect with paper mache letters, the right type of paint, rust activator and some cleverly-applied upholstery tacks for a realistic look.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – JenniferDecorates


Antique Sign

Antique SignScavenging for real antique signs can sometimes prove to be a fruitless ordeal, so why not make your own? That way you don’t have to just settle with what you can find, but it can look exactly how you want it to! This tutorial makes it really easy for you to get this done and dusted in one sitting.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – MissMustardSeed

Canvas Minimalism

Canvas MinimalismI really like this idea of white one white – you’re foregoing colors and putting the emphasis on texture instead. It’s a really quick and budget-friendly project, which just goes to show that you don’t have to dish out the dollars to beautify your home.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – InspirationForMoms

Bookworm Letters

Bookworm LettersAs a bibliophile, the thought of hacking up a beautiful old book does make me feel a little uneasy, but after seeing the finished product, I must say I really am impressed. You can easily find a cheap book at any secondhand bookstore, but be warned, this is a messy project!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – UnexpectedElegance

Charming Cut-Outs

Charming Cut-OutsThe pallet wood frenzy is still going strong, so of course I had to include this little project. Instead of building up your letters, though this one is about cutting them out, and I really love that change. Plan where you’ll be hanging this before you start painting the wood, since the color of the wall will be visible.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – InfarrantlyCreative

Magnificent Maps

Magnificent MapsI absolutely adore maps and globes – my plan is to have my entire bedroom wall covered with a world map, so there is no way I’m skipping out on this one. This particular example uses maritime maps which is perfect for a beach theme; I also think a map of the London Underground look really cool.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – JaxDoesDesign

Circus Marquee Letters

Circus Marquee LettersThis is to die for! Not only does this marquee letter look brilliant, but it’s actually a very clever way to keep some light in your little one’s room if he or she isn’t totally comfortable in the dark yet. If I were ever to make myself something like this, though, it would definitely go in the kitchen!

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – HowJoyful

Terrific Twigs

Terrific TwigsHow much simpler can it get than gluing twigs to a wooden letter? I love projects like this that really require minimal effort but end up making a bold statement. The natural rustic look is so charming, and there’s no doubt that the best part of this project—apart from marveling at your creation once it’s done, of course—is enjoying a nice walk to collect the twigs.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – TheHappyHousie

Concrete Letters

Concrete LettersIf you’re looking for something bold, sturdy and robust, making your own concrete letters is the perfect solution. You can get these done in no time! Of course you can paint your letters once you’re done, but I think leaving them raw and untouched is what makes them so appealing.

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LearningCreatingLiving

Rope Word Art

Rope Word ArtDid you know that a mixture of wood glue, corn starch and water can stiffen up rope? It’s the best way to create cursive, loopy words with rope without having to pin or stick everything in place. This brings in a wonderfully rustic and nautical element to your home without having to make any major overhauls.

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45+ Creative Bedroom Storage Hacks

Bed room storage space hacks and also options are a dime a dozen. A quick Google search will reveal a sea of storage space suggestions. So exactly how do you understand which storage space options to Do It Yourself or purchase?

You do not. Yet that’s ok because we’re here to assist.

We sorted through tons of room storage tips and also products to bring you this massive list of remarkably creative room storage hacks as well as solutions that you’ll really intend to Do It Yourself or buy — without having to break a sweat or the financial institution.

The outcome: an extra spacious and also orderly bedroom/home office/closet/storage unit because let’s be genuine, we’re all tight on space. So read on, and unleash your bedroom’s true storage capacity.

Make storage from bed slat

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Use a child’s bed slat to make a stylish but functional wall organizer for hanging baskets, magazines and more!

Install shelves along the perimeter of your bedroom walls

bedroom storage shelves installed along the perimeter of a wall
Image Source: Pinterest.com

The least-used area in your home is prime realty for applying innovative room storage concepts. As well as no room is more unused than the 12 inches of wall surface below your ceiling.

Put that area to work by setting up racks along the boundary of your bed room wall surfaces, which will certainly include lots of square feet of storage room.

Wall shelf on small entrace room

wall shelf on small entrace

Maximize efficiency in a small room entrance by installing a wall-mounted shelf to keep things organized. It also looking more neat and good-looking space.

Clip binder clips onto your desk and shop cords in their arms

Cord storage hack: clip binder clips onto a desk and store cords in the clips

They may look streamlined and be small, however your apple iphone and MacBook cords occupy extra area than you recognize. In fact, when they’re twisted next to your bed, they’re simply clutter.

Arrange those cords utilizing a couple of binder clips. It’s one of several storage hacks for small areas that works well on its own or when coupled with a Do It Yourself billing box.

Hang a clothes rack in the corner


The bad news: Your storage room, if you have one, will not expand by itself.

Fortunately: You can swiftly make a storage room.


Pleased you asked. Hang a clothes rack in any kind of empty edge.

Use crown molding as a shoe rack

creative bedroom storage hack: mount a shoe rack into the wall
Martha Stewart

This simple bed room storage hack will certainly function best with heels, and also look finest if your shoes collection opponents Carrie Bradshaw’s. Due to the fact that their sole supports itself versus the wall, your shoes will certainly stay put on their own.

The very best component: Crown molding is inconspicuous since it assimilates with the wall. Kind of like the Indominus rex from Jurassic Globe, except not dangerous.

Opt for a head board with storage space

white ikea brimnes headboard bedroom storage solution
Apartment Therapy

If your bedroom is extra bed than room, consider it as a storage possibility. You can adjust your bed to store numerous points, starting on top. Choose a headboard like the BRIMNES head board from IKEA that provides you storage area for publications, magazines, keepsakes, and also spare light bulbs for your space-saving BULBING Light or LiliLite.

Hang your laundry hamper on the back of your bedroom door

Dirty clothes storage hack: hang a laundry hamper on the back of your bedroom door

Your dirty clothes obstruct doesn’t need to occupy three square feet on the floor. In fact, it shouldn’t given that you can acquire a hanging interfere with from Red Check Market’s Etsy shop. Hang it on the back of your bed room or wardrobe door and also cherish all the floor room you just conserved.

Use your radiator for shelf space

white radiator cover shelves used for cheap storage space

Since we can not live without them three to 5 months a year, we might also use our radiators for storage space.

DIY-ing a radiator rack or getting a cover is an excellent suggestion for safety and also appearances. And also if you acquire one with affixed shelving, you’ll get some extra storage space out of it also.

Buy a bed frame with drawers

wooden mashstudio lax series storage bed with drawers

Storage beds are just one of the most evident storage hacks for little bedrooms, but they’re additionally among the very best. While every sort of space-saving bed will open up area in your bed room, storage space beds can offer you as numerous cabinets as a cabinet.

Whether you use those drawers for keeping clothing, documents, or your movie collection is completely approximately you. And also maybe also your loved one.

Build a staircase/bookcase

diy staircase/bookcase/ladder by danny kuo
Danny Kuo

In reality, or on HBO, we have actually all seen those stunning customized loft space beds with bookshelf stairs. There’s just one catch: Since they’re accomplishments of design, they can intimidate any person who intends to duplicate the design however has no concept where to begin.

If you’re handy and wish to build tall shelving you can walk up, consider a shelf system like the one over. It’s less complex than a complete bed room project, and also still gifts you with shelving approximately the ceiling.

DIY a platform storage bed

white stolmen storage bed ikea hack
Stil Inspiration

With a little imagination as well as a couple of added screws, you can hack IKEA furnishings right into gorgeous storage space options. Actually, the system bed over was made from simply a few STOLMEN cabinets.

As impressive as that system bed is, however, that’s simply the suggestion of the IKEA-bedroom-hack iceberg. For plenty even more bedroom IKEA hacks, look no further than one of our favored sites of perpetuity: IKEA Hackers.

Stuffed Animal Corner Zoo

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Anyone that’s had children, or has kids, knows how cluttered packed animals can be. If you do not arrange your packed pets, they will entirely occupy your entire home. There are several ways you can arrange the packed pets. Let’s begin with the edge area. After all, we are discussing utilizing the corner area today. Make it your very own individual zoo.

Stack old suitcases to make a vintage nightstand

vintage suitcase table with storage
Where My Heart Resides

Heaps of old travel suitcases can include a wonderful stylistic flair to your bedroom plus convenient storage for things you require yet don’t utilize on a daily basis.

Your extra winter season blanket, as an example, can go in the lower luggage until the climate turns cold once more and you need the blanket to beat cabin fever/build a fort.

Our favorite component: This storage space method does not call for any construction. Simply pile and also store, and you’re prepared.

Hide your trash bin

amish pine tilt-out trash bin cabinet with a storage drawer
Dutch Crafters

We all require to save our garbage somewhere. The only trouble is that any kind of garbage can will certainly consume at the very least a square foot of space. Until it does not because you’re going to conceal your own in a tilting cupboard.

Not just will it keep your waste unseen, however it’ll also function as a night table, filing area, or make-up counter.

Install a fold-down desk

nicki wang writing on the domino loft system
Brian Flaherty

Below’s a mystery: You need a desk however do not have area for a workdesk.

The remedy? A fold-down workdesk like the one from the Domino Loft space Systemthat almost goes away when you fold it support against the wall.

These workdesks are available in all forms, sizes, and also styles. Some also have built-in storage for your office materials. They’re a terrific storage service for your bed room, if and also when you work from residence. All you need is a chair, though the foot of your bed can do in a pinch.

Store your tank tops on shower curtain rings

tank top storage hack: attach shower curtain rings to a hanger and hang it on top of a bedroom door

Your drawer as well as storage room space is a valuable product. If you have a lot of storage tank tops to shop, conserve yourself the folding inconvenience by following these simple actions:

Step 1: Attach shower rings to a wall mount.

Step 2: Hang the container tops on the rings.

Step 3: Hang the entire storage solution on top of your bed room doorframe.

That’s it?

That’s it. You simply cleared out a whole cabinet, and you’re still prepared to bring the guns out when the sunlight’s out.

Hang a cork wall for jewelry storage

bedroom wall-mounted diy jewelry storage made from a cork board and an empty art frame
Bob Vila

You might not have used cork board considering that primary school, however you should, specifically if you require jewelry storage space.

This straightforward, sustainable product will certainly maintain every one of your necklaces from entangling– without occupying a lot more area than a picture frame. On its own, cork board doesn’t look as sophisticated as some counter top services, however it can with a nice opulent frame.

Velcro your hard drive to a shelf

twelve south backpack/hard drive storage shelf attached to the back of an imac stand
Apartment Therapy

Despite exactly how little your hard disk drive is, it still takes up valuable workdesk or rack area by just sitting there. You can swiftly save your hard drive in the air, though, with a little Velcro.

Below your desk or on the bottom of a rack, this easy DIY storage hack can be utilized for your hard disk drive or anything else you desire concealed, out of mind.

Desire the disk drive rack visualized above?

Pick up a BackPack from Twelve South, clip it to the rear of your iMac stand, and maintain your hard disk drive concealed but certainly not out of mind.

Hang pegs on the back of your closet door for storing shoes

diy shoe storage hack made from wall-mounted boards with pegs
The Project Addict

A footwear organizer does marvels for decluttering your house, but suppose you like a more attractive storage option?

Construct a pegboard footwear shelf, connect it to the back of your closet door, or to the wall right over the flooring, as well as hang your shoes on the pegs.

Required: a little elbow grease.

Not needed: watching your shoes are up to the floor because a footwear fix board warranties toughness.

Fold your bed sheets and store them under your mattress.

white bed sheets folded and stored under a mattress
One Good Thing by Jillee

Often the most basic storage services are the simplest to neglect.

As opposed to add unpleasant piles to your storage room racks or cabinets, tidy and also save your additional sheets under your bed mattress. If you fold them well and place them at the foot of your bed, you won’t feel a pea, a lot less a pile of sheets.

Add a few floating shelves

franklin shelf corner shelves by tronk design
Tronk Design

Drifting racks are a remarkable bedroom storage solution. They liberate floor room and also allow more all-natural light to move via your house, which aesthetically increases your room.

Some floating racks are DIY, yet you can also choose from a lot of prefab wall racks that simply need a stud and also screwdriver.

Give your pants their own rack

bedroom closet storage solution: wooden pull-out pants rack
House Design Inspire

You shouldn’t need to squander half of your garments rod on hanging trousers. And also you won’t, if you set up a pants rack in your storage room. These effective storage space systems maintain the folds out while preventing wall mounts.

That said, they’re usually custom-made. If you don’t have the woodworking skills and also do not want to employ a service provider, purchase a few pant rack hangers. The concept’s the same, though they’re a little more difficult to access while you’re clothing.

DIY a pegboard organizer and mount it to the wall.

diy pegboard organizer storing picture frames, watches, bracelets, a handbag, a scarf, and more
Better Homes and Gardens

A component of any workshop or device shed, pegboards can be lovely bed room storage space services as well. With a little paint and also a couple of screws, you can hang pegboards anywhere to keep practically anything.

Given that they’ve been about as long as well as used so much, you can locate many baskets, rods, as well as hooks custom-made for the system.

Suspend your bicycle from the ceiling

ceiling bike rack in architect/bike activist david baker
Languid Lovely

Bikes use up a lot of room, which you already understand if your apartment building isn’t blessed with a basement bike space. We’ve seen numerous lovely bike storage space services that hang your bike from the wall, but don’t ignore the ceiling. Your extra airspace is begging to store your bike.

Build bookshelves from old dresser drawers

white diy dresser drawer bookshelf by kate levinson and mike muschong from west town, chicago, illinois
Apartment Therapy

If the concept of DIY shelving horrifies you, consider this alternative book storage space hack: Repurpose old dresser cabinets right into shelfs.

You may have to search around on Craigslist or yard sale absolutely free (or practically cost-free) dressers. And also if you do, you’ll have the skeletal framework of a hanging rack. Set up the cabinets however you desire, and voilà, split second and also intriguing book storage space.

Add hooks to the back of your closet wall.

wall-mounted white coat hooks as a bedroom closet storage hack
Cents and Order

Behind your garments pole stands a wall surface simply itching to be utilized. Yet since it’s usually covered with clothing, you can not store things there that you need to gain access to everyday.

Undoubtedly, though, you have a couple of handbags, messenger bags, and even coats that would fit on hooks behind the garments shelf. As a matter of fact, anything hangable can go back there, so mount some hooks and have at it.

Maximize your drawer storage with drawer organizers

wooden diy drawer organizer

You already understand modular desk coordinators are terrific for arranging any kind of kitchen area or scrap drawer. However did you understand they’re just as valuable in your bed room?

Location one in any type of workdesk drawer, or in any type of cabinet drawer that does not hold stacks of garments, as well as throw your comb, brush, hair connections, hair pins, and also any type of other small thing inside.

Prefer to develop your very own?

Store your keys and cables in LEGOs

diy keys and cable holder made from sugru and a lego plate, brick, and man

We enjoy imaginative workdesk company products, and also this LEGO storage space hack stays one of our faves. With a little Sugru, these 3 LEGO items can store your phone battery charger and also essential ring right where you need them: in ordinary view.

Hang your pants and jeans on S Hooks

stainless steel s hooks used for jeans and pants storage in a bedroom closet

Like the storage tank leading trick stated earlier, besides pants, hanging S hooks on a pole is a simple way to instantaneously increase your storage room storage room. The straightforward steel hooks will store any type of variety of pants as well as denims, without the bulk of wood wall mounts.

Utilize them in your wardrobe or add a brand-new pole anywhere in your bed room. Simply ensure it’s high sufficient to suspend the complete size of your trousers.

Buy a MANDAL headboard — and then a second one.

two ikea mandal headboards for extra bedroom storage
Apartment Therapy

IKEA’s MANDAL bed has actually always been a spectacular piece of bedroom furnishings with storage space. As well as since it has cabinets built right into its framework plus a head board with adjustable shelves, the MANDAL bed can easily replace your nightstand.

It’s even more efficient if you buy 2 headboards like in the above photo. You’ll need to do a little engineering to maintain the leading head board from toppling. As soon as you complete that, you’ll increase your headboard shelf space in no time at all.

Build a trundle bed with storage

wooden diy trundle bed with storage
Humble Homes

You don’t see several trundle beds, with the exception of perhaps in your grandparents’ house. Still, their basic idea is important for saving space in a little bedroom. Visible to everybody is a durable double bed, while hidden under it is a second cushion on wheels.

If you prefer to not build your very own system bed or set up cabinets, don’t fret, you don’t need to. Just add wheels to an old cabinet drawer and also press it under your bed framework. Whenever you need to access your stuff, it’s just one pull away.

Store clothes and linens in canvas totes.

canvas storage bags make for cheap and convenient linen, clothes, and closet storage

Canvas totes are a storage staple in several boats for 2 main reasons:

  1. They can keep as lots of things as plastic crates can.
  2. They’re malleable, that makes breaking down and also saving them under your bed, on a shelf, or in the back of your closet super very easy.

Deck out your wall with TRONES

a wall of gray and black ikea trones is a stylish and cheap bedroom storage solution

No hacks or tinkering here, simply one versatile footwear storage space item. Get a TRONES cupboard (or 4), install them to your room wall surface in your arrangement of choice, and store up to six pairs of shoes inside each one.

Don’t limit on your own to only keeping shoes, however. If an item can fit in a 20″ x 7″ x 15″ area, it can fit in a TRONE. We’re taking a look at you, gloves, headscarfs, hats, and publications.

Mount an invisible bookshelf to the wall

miron lior conceal book shelf from dan and dave
Dan and Dave

The simple, unobtrusive, and also cost-effective Conceal Publication Shelf is practically unseen, for this reason its name. Making use of 2 slim steel plates, the Conceal Publication Shelf can levitate a stack of publications any place there’s a wall. So basically anywhere in your bed room, as well as in your whole apartment or condo.

Wall-mount your coat rack

ikea bjarnum folding hooks used as bedroom wall coat hooks

Don’t bother with a layer rack that uses up a whole corner of your bed room. Instead, hang your coats on the wall surface using hooks like BJÄRNUM folding hooks from IKEA.

These little storage space options are cleaner, more space-efficient, as well as less in jeopardy of falling over onto your eye-catching face.

Install a shelf above your bedroom door.

white diy storage shelf above a bathroom door
The 2 Seasons

Right here’s a room you absolutely do not utilize but certainly must: the area above your room door. Do It Yourself and also mount a storage rack right over your door and utilize it for saving anything from towels to drizzle boots.

Use bead organizers for your makeup storage

A bead organizer is an easy way to organize and store eyeshadow singles and MAC Paint Pot jars.
Makeup and Beauty Blog

We’ve seen a lot of make-up storage space hacks in our days, and we keep returning to this set for its simpleness: old bead organizers.Why?

Since they’re a convenient and inexpensive storage remedy that just so occurs to be flawlessly sized for saving MAC Paint Pot containers and also eye shadow songs

Use bookshelves as a headboard.

master bedroom headboard bookcase in an apartment at east lake shore drive in chicago, illinois
Jessica Lagrange

While you do not require a headboard, they’re a great addition to any kind of bedroom. They additionally can be whatever you desire them to be, whether they’re wood pallets, art work, or a shelf. If maximum storage room is your objective, we advise the latter.

Go with a platform bed as well as press it up against 1 or 2 racks that you’ve currently lined with publications. This storage pointer will certainly kill 2 birds with one rock, as well as provides out-of- view storage behind and also below your mattress.

Add risers to your bed

black adjustable bed risers with outlets and usb ports
Bed Bath & Beyond

One more simple and inexpensive room storage space trick is placing your bed on bed risers. These little pieces resemble hooves and also give your bed an increase.

Some, like the Workshop 3B 4-Piece USB Bed Lift Set pictured above, also function as electric outlets and also a USB charging station for your phone, laptop computer, as well as tablet.

Although bed risers are frequently seen in dorm rooms, they likewise work marvels in any room that requires more storage area (like yours).

DIY a full-length mirror jewelry cabinet.

wall-mounted diy mirror jewelry cabinet in a bedroom
The Girl On The Go

Medicine cupboards are the ideal storage services for your washroom, and also the very same chooses your bed room. And because you need a great full-length mirror for your space anyway, you may too hack one into a mirror fashion jewelry closet while you’re at it. Below’s how:

Step 1: Connect hooks to your wall surface of selection.

Step 2: Hang whatever you want, such as necklaces, earrings, arm bands, as well as tricks, responsible.

Step 3: Include hinges to an unabridged mirror.

Step 4: Mount the mirror on the wall to ensure that when you close the mirror, it hides all your stuff.

Install tension rods in your bedroom nook and hang shoes on them

tension rod shoe racks installed in a small bedroom nook
A Loyal Love

Tension poles are the easiest way to hang up drapes, as well as nearly any various other hangable light-weight product you can perhaps think of.

Use them to quickly hang shoes, shirts, trousers, vacation decorations, crafts, and more anywhere you have 2 identical wall surfaces.

Build a balancing bookshelf

wall-mounted balance bookshelf by cush design studio on etsy
Etsy/Cush Design Studio

Kind of a mix of a floating rack and also a fruit basket, this nifty balancing shelf has an intriguing design with useful storage area.

You can acquire the Equilibrium Shelf imagined above, or construct your very own with some pipeline, boards, and also twine.

Hide keys behind your artwork.

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Comparable to the full-length cupboard mirror, this Do It Yourself bed room storage hack can keep your secrets, cash, and also other day-to-day basics artistically concealed versus the wall.

All you need to do is screw small hooks into the wall surface and add joints to the image frame of your favorite art work or picture.

Mount magazine racks to the wall

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Mail piles up. Those old New Yorkers maintain waiting to be checked out. And also there’s that form you recognize you need to hold on to for simply a little while longer.

Instead of letting these heaps of paper surround your desk or cabinet, hack IKEA KNUFF magazine data and a wooden board right into a storage shelf. Next off, install the storage rack to a wall and appreciate never ever needing to clutter any desk, cabinet, or counter room ever before once more.

Pro Idea: Use an application like Scannable to check and also digitally save documents to your phone. After that, reuse the paper, and also while you’re at it, browse our list of outstanding applications and also solutions that will spring tidy your whole home.

Stack cabinets.

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Stacking is the most convenient Do It Yourself trick in guide, and also you can acquire a lot of lengthy closets that arrive all set to stack. All you need to maintain a storage remedy like the one over in place are a few screws and a screwdriver.

If you decide to make use of level cabinets and just pile a few, screwing them into the wall is optional considering that they’re already durable.

In any case, piling closets provide you a lot of obtainable storage in your bed room, and also they can suit even more locations than the majority of cabinets.

Install an (almost) invisible nightstand

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Photo walks are affordable, simple to mount, and they can hold a great deal even more products than image frameworks. So place a picture walk, such as IKEA’s MOSSLANDA or KNOPPÄNG, to the wall surface close to your bed. You’ll have an almost unseen night table that occupies next-to-no area.

There’s space to keep your phone, eyeglasses, clip-on lamp, as well as very little else. However actually, what else do you require?

Add a window seat to your bedroom

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For any individual who likes to review, pick up a storage bench like the 3-Cube Split Top Bench Storage Space System and also park it before your bed room home window.

Along with offering you a beautiful location to perch, the bench consists of 3 cubbies and two under-seat areas. Which is lots of area for tucking away all the novels you’ll read while basking/tanning in sunshine.

Store your boots in a vertical shoe rack

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Everybody likes a pair of great boots, but no one loves an excellent set of boots that are currently wrinkled due to the fact that they were saved improperly. Thankfully, an upright shoe shelf can save footwear of any kind of dimension and also keep them wrinkle-free.

Do It Yourself the vertical shoe shelf imagined above, buy a 3-pair boot organizer from Overstock, or hang them on Boot Hangers — among expert coordinator Anna Bauer’s favored items for maintaining your apartment or condo organized.

Install shelves and cover them with sliding mirrors

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Don’t have a storage room?Below’s how to live without a closet.

Do not have a closet but desire one?

Take a page out of YO! Home’s book, set up some racks, and also cover them with sliding doors:

You’ll shed some floor room, but you’ll get a lots of storage room.

Pro Idea: Install the entire DIY storage room directly opposite a home window and connect mirrors to the doors. The mirrors will certainly reflect and also load your room with sunshine, trick your eyes right into thinking you have an extra home window, as well as make your area really feel larger.

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30+ Inspiring Bathroom Decorating Ideas

Just because a bathroom is small, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t feel grand. There are endless ways to make petite spaces exude the boldness and elegance of a larger bathroom. From bold decor choices to stylish storage ideas, these small bathrooms and powder rooms aren’t afraid of making a design statement—and you shouldn’t be either.

Herringbone Stone

Brian Woodcock

This master bathroom has a spa-like feel thanks to the quartz countertops and the printed porcelain tile arranged in a Herringbone pattern around the tub.

Trough Sinks

City Farmhouse Style

Cast-iron fixtures like this salvaged sink add a feeling of vintage elegance to any bathroom—especially when paired with nickel-finished hardware.

Colorful Panels

Michael J. Lee

Turns out our gravitation toward wainscoting is biological. “The human eye is wired to scan for the horizon,” explains Freya Van Saun, professor of decorative arts at the New York School of Interior Design. “Rooms dating to ancient Rome can be found with millwork defining the midline.”

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“We loved this wood on sight because of its chippy, peely look,” says Jolie Sikes in her book Junk Gypsy. They knew it was just the right element for an unusual bathroom accent, which contrasts nicely with the clean and modern subway tile.

Room With A View

Dominique Vorillon

The designer of this California farmhouse allowed the wonderful view of the Topatopa Mountains inspire the rest of master bathroom, from the earthy limestone floor embedded with fossilized rocks and shells to the hand-embroidered linen draperies in a soft shade of sand.

Best of Both Worlds

Corey Gaffer

In this North Dakota home, the husband and wife homeowners aimed to combine both of their tastes in this chic bathroom. The wife picked out the simple black-and-white palette, while the husband chose the wooden ceiling.

Elegant Green

Max Kim-Bee

Gilded sconces, antique mirrors, and English countryside prints make this petite powder room feel curated—”like you’ve stepped into a boutique hotel,” says Jason, the owner of this Catskills home.

Upcycled Dresser Vanity

David Land

This master bath’s characterless vanity got the boot and was replaced with a dresser scored on Craigslist for $35. Husband Jeff reworked it to accommodate a sink and sealed it with Waterlox to withstand splashes.

Maximizing Small Space

Roger Davies

The owners of this charming California bungalow replaced the master bathroom door with a toile curtain to improve traffic flow in the cramped space.

DIY Bathroom Mirrors

David Tsay

With a whopping seven windows, the master bathroom of this California Wine Country home presented a serious design challenge: the homeowner didn’t want to hang blinds because of the light and the stunning views, but with a guest cottage located just north of the bathroom, they needed some privacy.

The ingenious solution: Suspend West Elm mirrors from the ceiling with pulleys (purchased from a hardware store and spray-painted black) and thick sisal rope (also from a hardware store).

Vintage Finds

Brian Woodcock

Television star Mike Wolfe brought in a vintage Stetson cowboy hat ad and displayed his wife’s hats on antique millinery stands to incorporate found objects.

Camp Lodge Vibe

Max Kim-Bee

This Hamptons home’s rustic bathroom—painted in Bunker Hill by Benjamin Moore—has a camp lodge vibe.

Small Storage

Lisa Romerein

Tucked under an antique table, the owner of this loft maximized storage space by using this vintage chest of drawers to store towels and bath supplies.

Climbing Vines

Miki Duisterhof

The climbing vines in this Connecticut bath look like wallpaper but are Ann Sacks tile. The tub is from Lefroy Brooks.

Claw-Foot Bathtub

Though the decor in this family-friendly New York home boasts some serious bargains, there are worthwhile splurges, too, like the Victoria + Albert claw-foot tub in the bathroom, positioned next to a picture window in the master bedroom.

Rustic and Colorful

Extra-tall beadboard—painted in Benjamin Moore’s Mill Springs Blue—covers the walls of this New Hampshire home’s bathroom. The owner acquired the sink from a local gas station when they threw the fixture away; the claw-foot tub is a cast-off from a former landscaping client.

California Farmhouse Bathroom

Throughout this California house, traditional millwork, such as crown moldings and beadboard, joins modern, clean lines and a zillion windows clad in minimalist shutters. Four windows bathe the master bath’s Kohler tub in natural light, while seashells line the chair rail.

Patterned Wallpaper

The owner of this sophisticated Connecticut farmhouse pampered the powder-room walls in an Andrew Martin print featuring Britain’s Penny Black stamp, and painted the door with Farrow & Ball Down Pipe.

Luxurious Lavatory

A mosaic of Granada Tile transformed the bathroom of our 2013 House of the Year into a jewel box and helps the floor stand out against walls painted Decorators White by Benjamin Moore.

Open Showers

In the bathroom of this in this Pennsylvania home, a Victoria + Albert tub sits opposite the showers, all finished with fittings from Habitat, a local hardware store. The hanging basket, once used by miners, holds toiletries.

Southwestern Style

In the bathroom of this Arizona home, a claw-foot tub, by Aquatic, basks in the reflection of a wall’s worth of vintage beveled mirrors.

Lightness & Depth

R. Brad Knipstein

In the bathroom of a mid-century modern California home, deep-colored tile floors are paired with crisp white walls and a large mirror, adding a depth and lightness that enlarges the space.

Fruity and Bright

Tessa Neustadt

A pineapple motif adds a youthful edge to this petite California bungalow bathroom.

Pastoral Air

Simon Upton

Architect Greg Tankersley and designer Carol Egan created a spa-like escape in this Greenwich bathroom, complete with a massive window that opens up the room, filling it with light and uniting the outdoors with the indoors.


Trevor Tondro

In this Santa Monica powder room, dainty furnishings like a structurally minimalist sink stand and petite mirror create the illusion of a larger square footage.


William Waldron

The walls of this cozy bathroom are made of lacquered oak veneer, bringing a pastoral richness to this lakeside retreat.

Statement Tub

Amanda Kirkpatrick

Sometimes a small bathroom can benefit from a statement furnishing, like this deep navy clawfoot tub. The bright white walls and large window allow for sunlight to enlarge the space.

Black and White Tile

Grey Crawford

The small bathroom in French architect Jacque Grange’s Paris apartment houses a narrow étagerè holding towels and toiletries. The bathtub, sink and faucet are by L’Epi d’Or, the chandelier is 19th-century and the inlaid marble floor is based on a Byzantine pattern.

Neutral Beauty

Alamy / Monica Wang

A neutral bathroom in the Spanish-style home of Create & Cultivate founder Jaclyn Johnson is given a “Cali cool” update with the addition of Hygge & West’s Strike wallpaper and the Marabou vanity by Kohler. The space was designed by Johnson’s friend, Whitney Lee Morris.

Exuberantly Floral

Eric Piasecki

In a New York City home’s bathroom with limited countertop and cabinet storage, designer Katie Ridder used a medium-height antique shelf for books, towels and a plant.

Narrow But Ornamental

Fritz von der Schulenburg

In an imperial getaway near St. Petersburg, a narrow bathroom is given ornamental details with a mirror from the 1940s and a 1950s stool from Newel. The 1970s chandelier was found in Palm Beach, the curtains are of a silk by Manuel Canovas and the bathroom’s sink, tub and fittings are by Villeroy & Boch.

Mixing Tiles

Nicole Hill Gerulat

Mixing tiles is one of the easiest ways to boost a small bathroom’s visual appeal. For this design scheme in a Orem, Utah home, glass and mother-of-pearl tile from Oceanside Glasstile were used to cover the walls and play off of the geometric stone flooring. Coastal sisal wallpaper from Thibaut adds warmth to the space.

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10+ Creative (and Easy) DIY Toilet Paper Holders

You probably don’t spend much time thinking about toilet paper holders. No worries—we do. There are plenty of great ones on the market, but we thought we’d focus on ingenious and imaginative toilet tissue holders that can be easily re-created for your own home.

A TP holder is something we see and use every day. Why not have some fun with it?

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DIY toilet paper holder

Use this clever and functional toilet paper holder to keep small handy bathroom accessories or to create attractive displays. Also you can put magazine.

Corinne Gilbert Bath by Matthew Williams for Remodelista Book

Above: In the Brooklyn bathroom of French designer Corinne Gilbert, a simple black ribbon and a white wooden knob are all that are needed to suspend a roll of toilet paper. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: The Considered Home.

FleaMarketRx sells Industrial Bathroom Fixtures, including this toilet tissue holder that’s made from plumbing hardware powder-coated with an ebony rust finish; .

Above: FleaMarketRx sells Industrial Bathroom Fixtures, including this toilet tissue holder that’s made from plumbing hardware powder-coated with an ebony rust finish; $68.

Stadshem Swedish Bathroom Toilet Paper Net Bag Resized

Above: Spotted in this Swedish bathroom on Stadshem, a hanging string bag that accommodates plenty of rolls, a useful solution in a small space. The Ecobag String Bag is available for $2.99 on Amazon.

This braided saddle leather TP holder hangs in the some of the guest bathrooms at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. See it in situ here.

Above: This braided saddle leather TP holder hangs in the some of the guest bathrooms at the Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.

Shiela Narusawa Cape Cod House by Matthew Williams

Above: Keeping it simple, architect Sheila Narusawa stashes loo rolls in a basket in the bathroom of her Cape Cod home. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home

Above: We once featured this conceptual design by Peter Oyler—the Roll With It holder. It’s no longer available, but we think it would make for a pretty simple DIY project with the help of a dowel and some paint.

Julie spotted this wholly unique holder while looking at vacation rentals on Airbnb. See the rest of this home here.

Above: Julie spotted this wholly unique holder while looking at vacation rentals on Airbnb.

Hanger Toilet Paper Roll Holder

Above: This witty coat-hanger holder was once sold at Greener Grass Design. It’s no longer sold, but you can use a simple wire hanger and do it yourself.

Max Rollitt Hamshire Vicarage Bath Resized

Above: No assembly required. In a bath designed by antiques dealer Max Rollitt, a roll of toilet tissue hangs jauntily from a bamboo magazine rack.

A Merry Mishap DIY Toilet Paper Holder

Above: Manda, from the Merry Thought blog, created a DIY Toilet Paper Holder with a wooden knob, leather string, and a dowel.

Along the same lines, Laurie Downey of Projects by Laurie fashioned this TP holder out of PVC pipe, rope, and a boat cleat.

Above: Along the same lines, Laurie Downey of Projects by Laurie fashioned this TP holder out of PVC pipe, rope, and a boat cleat.

Architect Neal Schwartz installed two recessed toilet paper roll holders sourced from a place that sold prison equipment. “It is intended for prisons and other secure environments and it is easily ordered online,” Schwartz says. We found the product here. See The Architect Is In: Beyond Prefab in a Sonoma Weekend Retreat to tour the rest of his home. Photograph by Matthew Millman.

Above: Architect Neal Schwartz installed two recessed toilet paper roll holders sourced from a place that sold prison equipment. “It is intended for prisons and other secure environments and it is easily ordered online,” Schwartz says. Photograph by Matthew Millman.

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30+ Amazing Garden Structure Design Ideas

When most people think of gardens and gardening, they think of plants. However, there are many other things to consider when creating a garden, especially an ornamental garden. Structures and their placement in the garden is one such issue to think about. Garden structures are one of the components that turn a garden into an outdoor living space that can be enjoyed for many years to come.

Although space restrictions can limit what structures you can actually fit into your garden, many structures can be tailored to fit gardens of any size. Structures can serve various purposes in your garden from creating a defined outdoor living space, to acting as a gateway from one garden area to another, or acting as a support for plants.

It can be challenging to find the right combination of garden structures that not only provide shade, storage, and protection but also enhance your landscape. Fortunately, there are some wonderful options that can quickly solve this dilemma and transform your backyard into a stunning outdoor living space you’ll love.

Garden Pods

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If you’re not familiar with garden pods, you can be forgiven. They’re a relatively new development in the world of garden structure ideas, and they come in a dazzling range of styles and designs. Essentially, a garden pod is an enclosed or semi-enclosed “room” that sits in your garden area, on a patio or next to a pergola or gazebo. They can be many different shapes and sizes, from small cubes to large rectangles. There are even spherical garden pods available for those who want a touch of the unusual.

Pods can provide posh seating for a small group, complete with plush seats and a table, or they can provide almost all the benefits of a full home. More expensive pods may have closing doors and windows, a sealed roof, and four full walls. Depending on where you source your pod, you can have it outfitted with built-in features like desks, corner windows, lighting and more.

As a note, these garden structure ideas can be very expensive, costing tens of thousands of pounds in some cases, so they’re definitely not for everyone. If your budget can’t take that sort of hit, but you still want at least a semi-private area in your garden, consider a curtained pergola instead.


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Gazebos allow you to create a covered area away from your home. They can be small or large, plain or elaborate, but all of them allow you to do more with your garden area. In essence, a gazebo is nothing more than a roof with multiple supports (usually eight).

You’ll find quite a few premade options on the market, many of which combine a fabric or plasticised roof with metal uprights for support (and an underlying metal frame for the roof). Other options are much more elaborate, and are made from wood with shingled roofs. Most gazebos are octagonal in shape, as well.

Many of the more expensive options include a raised floor of wood, but this isn’t true for all of your options. Some of the simpler gazebo styles use your lawn as the floor. Because of that, you might want to use caution when erecting a gazebo. Will you use it enough that the soil becomes compacted and the grass dies? It may be a better option to install a gazebo with a brick or stone floor, or build one with a raised wooden floor.

Using a gazebo allows you to do anything you might like outside in the garden, without worries about the heat of direct sunlight or the threat of rain. They’re ideal for cooking out, but you can also add chairs to create an outdoor seating area. If you have a solid wood or metal structure above, supporting the roof, you can even hang a swing where you can relax with friends, family or just on your own.

When considering these garden structure ideas, you’ll need to think about the size of your yard, as this will impact the size of the gazebo. A large gazebo in a small open space will dwarf the yard, while a small gazebo in a large open area will be overwhelmed. Of course, your budget is also a consideration. The good news is that there’s an option available for just about any budget.


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It can be easy to confuse pergolas with gazebos, even though they’re not all that similar. Where a gazebo is usually octagonal or round, a pergola is generally rectangular or square. Where a gazebo has a solid, domed roof, pergolas generally have a flat, open or latticed roof (ideal for covering with vining plants). Where gazebos generally have eight upright supports, pergolas usually have four, although this is not a firm rule.

Pergolas are sometimes less formal than gazebos, but that’s also just a generalisation. You can add any number of elements to these garden structures to create the atmosphere and environment that you want, ranging from stone surrounds on the uprights to outdoor curtains to provide shade and a sense of seclusion.

If you’re interested in adding a pergola to your garden, you’ll first want to think about the size you’ll need. These structures can be small or large, and can host groups ranging from small family gatherings to larger events, although they are not as spacious as pavilions (which are ideal for large outdoor events). As with gazebos, the size of your outdoor space will influence the size of the pergola.

You’ll also want to consider construction materials. Is wood the right choice? Would a mix of wood and stone or wood, stone and metal better reflect your overall sense of aesthetics? Your usage needs will also play a role. Do you want to build a pergola over an outdoor kitchen? If so, you’ll need room not only for food prep and cooking, but also for seating and eating.


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An arbor is an open structure often built under trees. They are created to provide an enjoyable and shaded seating in nice weather. It can also be used as a divider in the garden or as a garden entrance. It may be free-standing or attached to another building or structure in the garden. It is often covered with vines.


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A patio is an outdoor living area typically attached to the home. The word patio is of Spanish origin and means, backyard or back garden.

Lovely Lattice Garden Structure

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A swing surrounded by a lattice arbor says “summer relaxation” like nothing else. The airy structure visually anchors the deck. Lattice on top of an outdoor garden structure provides a great place to hang baskets of shade-loving plants, such as the ferns shown here.


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There’s no denying the utility of greenhouses, but they can also be beautiful additions to your yard, depending on the style and design that you choose. Of course, a greenhouse is about more than just adding visual appeal to your outdoor space. It will allow you to extend your growing season considerably, possibly even through the winter depending on your climate, and whether you invest in heating for your plants during the coldest parts of the year.

Greenhouses can range from small to massive, and can be cobbled together from scrap materials and built on your own, or can be purchased in kit form, or constructed by a professional. Perhaps the simplest option is a greenhouse made from PVC piping and plastic sheeting. This is also the most affordable, although probably the least aesthetically pleasing.

In addition to the overall design and materials used to construct the greenhouse, you’ll need to consider the interior. Will you be planting directly in the ground? Will you be using tables and containers? What about lighting and ventilation? Will you want heat during the winter to help you grow year-round? These are just a few of the questions you’ll need to answer before investing in a greenhouse, but no matter what you decide, these can be outstanding garden structure ideas.


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If you’re looking for garden structure ideas, let me recommend the use of arches. They can be large or small, bold or subdued, wood or metal (and other materials). They can be used in many different ways within your garden, as well.

An arch makes an excellent addition to the entryway to your garden, particularly if you have a more formal garden. However, they can also be used in less formal situations. Combine an arch with hedgerows or willow fencing for an elegant design, or go with wrought iron and climbing vines for something with a Victorian-esque feel.

You can even go international if you like. You can buy (or build) arches that reflect Asian themes, or that connect to the UK’s history and heritage. Add climbing and flowering vines to your arch in order to get a more natural feel, or leave it freestanding if you prefer.

You’re also not limited to the conventional “arched” shape, either. You’ll find rectangular designs in archways, as well as circular options, ovals and many more. Really, the sky’s the limit in terms of design and even use within your garden. They can also be combined with other garden structures, including pergolas and gazebos, to create a truly unique setting in your yard.


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There’s nothing quite like swaying in a hammock while relaxing with a good book or a beverage, while the sun shines down and the breeze cools you. Not only are hammocks ideal for relaxation, but they can make eye-catching garden structure ideas. There’s a wealth of options out there, ranging from metal and wood framed hammocks that can accommodate one or two people, to attaching hammocks to the uprights of a pergola.

When you’re not using the hammocks, the pergola can be used for other things, including group seating during parties or events. If you really want to draw the eye, add a patio or deck beneath your hammock with a stylish roof overhead.


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A spa can consist of just a hot tub placed in your back yard for relaxation and enjoyment, or it can contain the whole spa experience. It can be enclosed, covered, or open to the stars. Check out the at home spa guide if you want to incorporate more into your spa experience.


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A terrace is a patio area that is attached to the house. It is typically raised above ground level and generally does not have a roof. (This is not addressing the issue of a sloped area that requires terracing for use and erosion prevention.)

Living Teepees

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Whether you’re interested in using them to grow vining vegetables like cucumbers or pole beans, or you’re trying to add a bit of fun and whimsy to a children’s garden, living teepees are excellent garden structure ideas. They can cost very little, and can provide some pretty substantial benefits.

Really, these are nothing more than teepees made from bamboo (or a long-lasting hardwood). If you have bamboo growing at your home, you can harvest it, or you can buy it from a DIY store if you prefer. You’ll need several uprights, but the exact number (and length) will depend on how large you want the teepee to be, as well as how open the design is.

Start by roughing out where you’ll want the teepee. Put the bamboo poles together (bind the top loosely with twine if necessary) and then mark where each upright will sit. You can do this with a stone, a pile of sand, or by scoring the earth. Make sure you leave room for a doorway/entrance.

To ensure that the teepee is as stable as possible, you’ll need to dig a hole for each of the uprights. Put the pole in place, leaned to the appropriate angle, and then add rocks or soil to support it. Continue doing this until all the poles are in the ground. Now, you’ll need to connect them. Again, twine can work, but you might want to use something that will weather better (metal wire can work).

If you want a completely enclosed teepee (other than the doorway), you’ll need to interweave other sticks or branches horizontally between the vertical uprights. Then, choose what sort of vine you’ll grow. You have many options, from vegetables like cucumbers to gourds to flowering vines. Plant the seeds at the base of the uprights and water them in, then keep them watered as they grow. Eventually, the vines will climb the teepee, creating a secluded hideaway for your little ones, or an interesting structure for your yard.


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A trellis is a framework of wooden, bamboo, and/or metal strips or bars, often woven, welded, or tied together to support climbing plants.


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A pavilion is a temporary or semi-permanent structure used in gardens. A pavilion is typically a large and airy garden room with a high peaked roof similar to a large canopy.


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An obelisk is a four-sided tapering structure that can be used to support climbing plants and vines. Plans are available to build an Obelisk. Most obelisks are solid structures such as the one pictured below.

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30+ Clever Laundry Room Ideas That Are Practical and Space-Efficient

1. 60 Small Laundry Room Designs

This website offers around 60 different laundry room layouts. It is great because whether your laundry room is in a closet or actually has its own room, there is a design on this site for it.

Plus, she shows how to design these small spaces to make them an enjoyable place to be. If my laundry room looked this good, I’d probably never leave.

Laundry room ideas

2. The Slanted Storage

I never have a good place to store my laundry baskets. Truthfully, I have a large pull out drawer under my bed that I hide my baskets in.

But thanks to this idea, you can easily have a space for your laundry baskets. They will be easily stored and easily accessible as well.

Laundry room ideas

3. Laundry Room Storage Peg Wall

This peg wall is a great way to organize all of the things that often clutter a laundry room. For instance, you could hang your broom and mop on this well.

Plus, you can add a nice little basket to store your clothes pins and other odds and ends items that find their way to the laundry room.

Laundry room ideas

4. The Washer Notes

This is a really neat idea that anyone can do. If you have a special care item in the wash that you don’t want to forget about, then you simply use a dry erase marker to write a reminder on the top of the machine.

Plus, you can actually purchase markers that have magnetic lids so they’ll stick directly to your washing machine. Pretty neat idea, huh?

Laundry room ideas

5. The Hanging Dryer

This laundry room layout is so cool, in my opinion. You have your washer on the floor and counter space for folding your clothes.

Plus, you have a nice laundry sink as well. Then you have this awesome little dryer that hangs above the washer so it doesn’t take up any extra space.

Laundry room ideas

6. The Pull-Out Drying Rack

Do you like to have a place to hang some of your clothes to dry? I know I have a few items that I prefer not to pop in the dryer if I can help it.

Well, with this neat pull out drawer you may be able to have a drying rack in a smaller laundry room and not have it take up much space.

Laundry room ideas

7. The Cat Hole

This idea is for all cat lovers out there. It would work in any room, but I store my litterbox in our laundry room. I have a couple of indoor cats that I love dearly, and I know they’d love if I added this to our home.

So you just cut a hole in the door, and you can even add brushing attachments so they feel like they are being rubbed/brushed as they go through the door.

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8. The Hidden Drawers

If you’d like to have a hidden storage space in your laundry room, then why not match the drawers to your cabinets?

Then you can put your clothes baskets in these drawers, or any other item that you don’t want cluttering your laundry room.

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9. Wall Mounted Lint Bin

I love this idea. I always have lint coming from my dryer, but I never have a convenient location to discard it.

So whether you are in a small laundry room and need a spot for lint that won’t take up space, or if you are someone that needs a place to store lint to compost. This could be a great option for you.

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10. Laundry Room Sign

This is another great design idea that I absolutely love. I think this little sign gives your laundry room a little something special.

But I also love that once this room is labeled no one has any more excuse to not put their clothes there or to help you when needed. The room has a sign so you know where it is!

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11. The Hidden Ironing Board

My current laundry room is pretty small. When I was redesigning it I had to come up with lots of ways to maximize space.

But storing my ironing board was quite the hassle until I hung it on the wall. This idea of storing your ironing board on the wall will give you even more space.

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12. Laundry Stickers

Even your laundry room should have some personality to it. Which is why I love these stickers that can be easily applied to your walls.

So the next time you enter your laundry room and see this sticker, hopefully it will give you a little chuckle while you go about your chores.

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13. Hanger Storage

Having a good place to store empty hangers is never an easy problem to solve. You always need them when doing laundry, but then they are always in the way any other time.

But with this neat little bar to hang under your cabinets, you will have a handy place to store hangers until you need them.

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14. The Compact Laundry Room

I really like this laundry room layout. My preference is to have a top loader washer, but you lose folding and hanging space in compact laundry rooms when you have a top loader.

But with this layout, you can have storage over your washer and dryer. As well as have a nice space to hang clothes as they come out of the dryer.

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15. Hanging Laundry Bags

These laundry bags are very becoming and also a great way to keep all of your laundries easily organized.

So if you’d like a DIY way to add a little flare to your laundry space while also helping it to function better, then this might be a good option for you.

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16. The Cozy Laundry Room

With this make-over, the laundry room takes on a cozy effect. It has a nice little light that adds some warmth to the room while it rests on the shelf.

But what I love the most about this design is that it is meant for top loaders. It is hard to always find a way to spruce up your laundry room when you don’t use front load washer/dryer sets.

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17. Keep the Change

Are you always finding loose change in your washer and dryer? If so, then you need a nice way to store it so it doesn’t end up everywhere.

Well, this is a simple idea that you could probably make yourself. But if you can’t, this idea is actually for sale on etsy.com.

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18. Missing Sock Wood Hanger

I’ve seen a lot of different versions of this one particular idea. You can make these yourself if you are an artistic person.

However, if you aren’t, don’t worry because you can still have a cute way of storing stray socks. You can follow the link below to purchase it.

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19. The DIY Laundry Pedestal

Do you have a front loader washer/dryer set? If so, then you might want a way to bring them up to your level to save your back.

Well, don’t buy one of those store bought pedestals. Instead, make your own that can also double as a way to sort laundry.

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20. Hanger Storage Solution

If you don’t have cabinets in your laundry room, then the above-referenced storage technique for hangers probably won’t work for you.

But if you still need a neat way to store them, then you should consider this idea. You just slide the hangers onto the hooks, and they are out of the way until needed.

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21. The Pull-Out Ironing Board

Finding a good place to store an ironing board where it won’t take up a ton of room can sometimes be a struggle.

Then someone created this ingenious idea where the ironing board pulls in and out like a drawer. How awesome is that?

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22. The Wood Crate Ironing Station

I love the way this idea looks. We all have ironing boards to contend with. If you have the wall space to hang it, then why not hang a crate right above it?

Then you can have all of your ironing supplies in one easy place. Plus it adds some character to the room as well.

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23. The Super Organized Laundry Room

This laundry room looks pretty busy, yet organized simultaneously. It has just about everything you could possibly need.

So if you need a way to house a washer/dryer set, a drying rack, and other organizational supplies, then you might want to consider a few of these ideas.

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24. Simple and Cozy Laundry Room

This laundry room looks like a well maintained and simplified laundry room. There isn’t a lot of flare to it. It just looks tidy.

So for those of you who prefer a more simple design for your laundry room, then you might want to consider a similar design as this one.

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25. The Sandwiched Shelf

This shelf is a really great way to utilize every ounce of space you have in your laundry room. It is a pull-out shelf that is sandwiched between the washer and dryer.

So as you can imagine this makes things much easier to access when washing clothes. It also doesn’t take up any extra space.

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26. The Farmhouse Laundry Sink

This is a little more elegant looking laundry room. Truthfully, it is probably out of my budget.

But if it isn’t for you, then you might want to consider it. It has a great amount of storage and a beautiful farmhouse style sink.

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27. The Laundry Room Door

For those of you that have a door to your laundry room, then you might like this as a nice addition to it.

Plus, as I mentioned earlier, no one in your family has any excuse to not help you with the laundry. You added a nice little sign to help them find their way to the laundry room.

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28. The Pet-Lovers Laundry Room

I love this laundry room. It is great for those with pets because it seems that the pet’s room always coincides with the laundry room.

So with this style, you have a stylish way of having a fully functional laundry room. But you also have ample amount of space for your pet.

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29. If You Don’t Have a Laundry Room

There are some people that literally do not have an actual laundry room in their house. I’m one of them. My laundry room is actually attached to my oversized master bathroom.

But for those that don’t even have that, this is a great way to fit it into your home without drawing a lot of attention to your washer/dryer set. And it’s functional.

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30. Retractable Clothes Line

Just because you have a smaller laundry area does not mean that you have to let go of certain things that you need to have a functional laundry room.

For instance, a space to dry your clothes. With this cool retractable clothes line, you just pull it out when needed, and put it up when you don’t need it.

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31. The Laundry Room Caddy

I am in love with this idea. If you have a tiny laundry room, then you might really want to consider this idea.

So it is your ironing board, folding table, and storage space all in one. How neat is that?

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32. DIY Ironing Board Holder

This is a great idea for storing your ironing board. It is frugal too. I actually purchased one of those ironing board caddies when I needed to hang mine on the wall.

Well, instead, find a couple of vintage looking wall hooks. Place them side by side and hang up your ironing board. She actually used it on the back of her door to hide the ironing board.

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33. The Crib Spring Hanging Rack

This is a great way to repurpose items that you might not be using any longer. I know I had a hard time figuring out what to do with my son’s crib when he was through with it.

But I would’ve never thought to use the spring as a drying rack. It looks pretty simple to configure and also very functional.

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34. The Dryer Box

If you haven’t noticed, the dryer always has to stick farther out from the wall because of the dryer vent.

Well, after you install this dryer box, the dryer can actually fit closer up to the wall which may help your room to function better.

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35. The Simple Storage Method

This is a very budget friendly way of keeping up with small items that often clutter up a laundry room.

So you just need a pale that can be written on and a glass jar. This will give you a great way to label items and keep your laundry room clean.

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36. The Laundry Sign

This sign is multi-purpose. It adds some décor to your laundry room.

But it is also a great place to hang laundry as you are preparing it to be put away. So if you want something decorative and functional, this could be it.

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37. The Fold Down Drying Racks


These drying racks are ingenious. When they aren’t needed, they simply fold up onto the wall and are out of the way.

But when you need them, you can simply pull them down into position until your clothing is dry. Then you put them back.

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38. Laundry Room Stickers

These laundry room stickers are a great way to add a splash of your personality to your wash area.

Plus, I love how they speak the truth in a humorous manner. Basically, if you don’t wash clothes today, you could be in trouble tomorrow.

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39. Laundry Dispensers

Let’s say you have open shelving, and you don’t want a bunch of ugly bottles distracting from the rest of your charming décor.

Well, then you go with these glass containers and label your products. It should be easy to get your laundry supplies out and also look nice too.

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