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These space-saving organizing hacks come from Japan and they are absolutely brilliant!
In this post, you will learn how to organize nearly every room in your home with these storage and space saving tips and tricks.
Japanese Home Organizing Ideas
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Use simple file holders to store and organize pots and pans underneath your kitchen sink.
In the fridge or freezer, use plastic bins to organize food. You can even label binder clips with the names of each item.
Simple plastic containers are best for storing cut fruit and veggies. Use a label maker to create labels for items to make them easy to locate.
Organize items in your kitchen drawers using plastic bins. If space permits, this is also a great way to store drinking cups.
Fold you bath towels vertically and store them in bins to keep them neat and organized.
Replace your bathroom essentials with uniform dispenser bottles. Install a towel rack to hang these items conveniently in your bathroom.
Hang your toothpaste in the medicine cabinet using tension bars instead of placing on the counter. This will take up less space and prevent messes.
Attach a simple dish drying rack to your bathroom wall to conveniently store and organize bath towels.
Craft/ Toy Room
Store yarn and other craft items in clear mason jars then sort and organize by color.
Use plastic bins to organize toys, games and other items. Chalkboard labels with pictures makes it easy for your children to identify where each item belongs.
Placing tension bars in an unused corner of your room or closet is a great way to store and organize shoes.
Magazine holders work wonderfully to organize clothing and create extra space in the closet.
Use S-hooks to hank purses in handbags in closet for a neat and tidy look.
Fold your shirts and other clothing items vertically in your drawer. Use bins to keep clothing together and to maintain a neat and organized look. You can learn more about the Kon Mari method of folding clothes on this post.
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