50 Organizational Tips That’ll Make You Go Ah-Ha Part 2 — How to Organize Your Bathroom, Kitchen, Bedroom and Beyond!


After almost 18 months, I have decided to compile a “Part 2” to my super popular 30 Organizational Tips post. If you’re an organization nut, you’re sure to enjoy the following tips and ideas! I’ve even included links where you can conveniently purchase items included at no extra cost to you.

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Using this method to organize spices allows you to save precious pantry or cabinet space! You can purchase similar spice gripper strips below.

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Using this tiered condiment caddy along with tin cans makes an excellent way to organize writing utensils, craft supplies and office supplies.

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Not only is this makeup organizer practical, but it’s appealing to the eyes as well.

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This is an excellent way to save space in your medicine cabinet. However, I would steer clear of putting your toothbrushes in there due to bacteria.

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I definitely need this for all of my Disney DVDs.

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While this may not save space, using teacups and saucers help keep your jewelry presentable and easy to grab.

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Using a two tiered caddy can also help organize your bathroom. Who else is guilty of having one too many bottles of lotion and hand soap? It’s okay…you can step forward.

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My household goes through batteries like it’s going out of style. Instead of going through the “junk” drawer in the kitchen to find the right size battery, why not install this nifty DIY battery organizer that separates batteries by size?

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Using a mason jar is a clever method of organizing cotton balls and q-tips!

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Using PVC pipes can help organize your craft room or organize your tool room.

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This lazy susan is genius for pantry organization!

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Use a hanger and hooks to organize your hats!

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I’m in love with this pantry. The shelves pull out so you won’t have to crouch down and hurt your knees. You won’t knock anything over to get to the items in the back either!

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I don’t think I own enough shoes to warrant getting this shoe organizer, but my daughter does!

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If you liked this post, you might be interested in checking out the posts below!

30 Organization Tips, Tricks and Ideas That’ll Make You Go Ah-ha! (The part one to this lovely post)

10 Must See Pantries That’ll Have You Say “Why Didn’t I Think of That?!”

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  2. says

    So much symmetry… I love each and every one of these! I especially love the blackboards on the inside of the cupboard doors. What a great idea.

  3. Mary says

    I don’t see the problem with having the toothbrushes in a medicine cabinet. Granted, they’ll take longer to dry so there may be more chance of existing bacteria on them multiplying, but on an open shelf, they’ll be exposed to all the bacteria in the room, especially if there’s a lavatory in there.


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