150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and DIY Projects for the Entire Home

Organization does not have to be difficult, nor does it have to be expensive. There are so many neat ways that you can re-purpose things that you find at your local Dollar Store. From organizing the kitchen and bathroom to taking care of laundry clutter, there are many things that can help you to be more organized.

Need to know what to do with all of those scarves? Maybe you have too many toys and just don’t know what to do with them. Whatever you are looking to organize, we have collected a host of helpful tips and ideas and most of the items can be bought for very little money. You just need a little imagination and creativity and you would be surprised at what you can use to organize your life.

Plastic Crate Shelf

Plastic Crate Shelf - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home

These simple little plastic crates can actually be joined together, turned on their sides, and then attached to the wall as a cohesive shelving unit. And since they’re only about $2 each, you really don’t have to lose any sleep over what you’re spending. It’s absolutely perfect for a child’s bedroom or play room since everything that gets stored is so well displayed. Via Hometalk

Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes

Organizing Kids Drawers with Canvas Boxes - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeIf you have relatively young children, you may spend a lot of your time rifling through their drawers helping them to find what they want to wear. Instead of piling everything up in drawers, you can add small plastic or canvas containers that will keep their clothes perfectly organized. These come in all sizes and will fit into any dresser drawer. Via: IheartorganizingMay Challenge: Project “Projects” {Boy’s Bedroom – Part 6}

Portable Spice Kit Organizer

Portable Spice Kit Organizer - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeYou can make a take-along portable spice kit with a very inexpensive pill carrier. These cost less than $1 at most dollar type stores and you just have to label each section (where the days are labeled) for the spices that you want to carry along. This is a great idea for those who like to add their own spices when eating out. Via:DollarstorecraftsMake a Portable Gourmet Salt Kit

Great Idea for Bath Toys

Great Idea for Bath Toys - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire HomeKids love bath toys. Parents, not so much, especially when those toys drip water all over the floor. An easy way to keep those toys from wetting the floor and getting lost is to pick up a hook with a suction cup that will affix to the bathtub wall. Then you just need a mesh bag and you can hang the toys in the bathtub where they will drip right into the drain. Via: Makeit-loveitA mesh bath toy bag.

Organizing Craft Supplies with Recycled Cans

Recycled cans are great for organizing paints and other craft supplies. Coffee cans and others are perfect. Once you finish with them, just remove the labels and you can paint and customize them if you want. If you don’t have any cans around the house, you can pick up several different sizes for less than $1 each and then create your organized craft center. Via: ThecountrychiccottageOrganizing Craft Supplies with Recycled Cans

Craft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy

Craft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy - 150 Dollar Store Organizing Ideas and Projects for the Entire Home Craft organizer boxes (or those larger pill organizing boxes) are great for keeping hair supplies and accessories perfectly organized. These are really cheap and the slots are perfect for ponytail holders, bows and other accessories. Plus, they take up very little room so you can keep them neat and tidy under the bathroom sink or just anywhere you have room and you will never have to worry with losing hair accessories Via:TheidearoomCraft Organizer Boxes Keep Hair Supplies Tidy

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