11 Brilliant Home Organization Ideas

"I have my home organized perfectly. I wouldn't change a thing, even if I had all the time in the world!"

Have you ever met someone who would say something like that? We haven't, either! Every homeowner can probably agree that there is always another project waiting for them at home, and always another room or closet that needs to be organized. Organizing your space becomes even more important if you are thinking about selling your home at the Lake of the Ozarks, as cluttered homes tend to take a very long time to sell. This week, Fran Campbell Team is here to help make your life easier with these brilliant home organization ideas.


1.  Files For Each Utility
Until you reach into that drawer to check something on last month's electric bill, you may not realize how many utility bills are piling up! Make your life easier by creating separate file folders for each utility company.

2.  Stackable Storage Crates
These handy little inventions will save you SO much space. They're not to much look at, though, so you might be better off using them in the extra closets downstairs.

3.  Silverware Organizers
They're good for more than just silverware! Line your kitchen drawers with these trays to organize everything your kitchen needs - knives, extra spoons, serving utensils, cooking utensils, clothespins, twist ties, and more.

4.  Magnetic Makeup Board
Ladies, say goodbye to piles of makeup cases cluttering up your bathroom counter. Paint and frame a piece of metal to hang on your wall, and attach small magnetic strips to the back of your makeup cases. 

5.  Carabiners
While we're at it, girls, why don't we finally organize those pesky hair ties that are always cluttering up our drawers? Loop them all on a carabiner for organized, easy access.

6.  Hollow Footstools
Surely you've seen these before! Hollow ottomans from any home department store serve as comfy places to rest your feet and clever places to store extra items out of sight.

7.  Over-The-Door Organizers
Surely you've seen the shoe organizers that are intended to hang on the back of closet doors. While they do work for shoes, they're good for a lot more than just that! Use them to organize snack foods, cleaning supplies, and anything else you can imagine.

8.  Stackable Drawers In Closets
Closet shelves are supposed to help keep us organized, but sometimes they become more cluttered than anything else. You can prevent this from happening by using storage crates or stackable drawers in your closet shelves.

9.  Shoe Racks By The Door
As much as we try to convince ourselves otherwise, shoes inevitably end up piled by the door. Rather than constantly fighting the battle, ease your mind by putting a shoe rack or rug by the door specifically for shoes. By keeping them organized, you can make the shoes placed there look intentional rather than haphazard.

10.  Craft Organizers
Those little plastic organizer bins work for more than just craft supplies. Use them to organize earrings, batteries, screws, or any other small item!


11.  Mason Jars
Mason jars are some the trendiest (and most effective) DIY home tools available. You can use them to organize anything and everything, from bathroom items like Q-tips or cotton balls to kitchen utensils like knives, forks, and spoons.

Happy Organizing!
We hope you find these home organization ideas helpful! If you have any other brilliant organization tricks that we missed, leave us a comment and let us know! 

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