Keeping things organized when your space is either small or shared is the daily challenge we all face. We're cleaning out closets and cabinets like never before all while trying to be smart with how we store our stuff. One option that packs a surprising punch is over-the-door storage. It keeps things almost hidden but still accessible.
The good news is there are many ways to work an over-the-door storage solution. Whether it's inside the kitchen cupboards, behind the bathroom door, or even in the closet, this organizational idea will keep clutter in check and create more room in your drawers and on your shelves.
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Here are some tips to get you started and give you peace of mind.
1. Bring on the bins.
When your bedroom closet and dresser are both filled to the max, hang a set of bins to keep things organized. This option has four roomy containers that can store socks, scarves, or even stuffed animals.
Get the look: SONGMICS Over-the-Door Storage, $15.99
2. Keep things clear with plastic pouches.
Get the look: Honey-Can-D0 Polyester Shoe Organizer, $13.66
3. Go casual with some canvas.
Get the look: Honey-Can-Do Over-the-Door Hanging Organizer, $38.97
4. Make a statement with a mirror.
Get the look: Urban Outfitters Ella Over-the-Door Vanity Mirror Shelf, $79
5. Try adding a towel rack.
Get the look: Threshold Over-the-Door Towel Rack, $25.99
6. Install a bonus pantry.
7. Don't skimp on shelves.
Get the look: Urban Outfitters Mason Over-the-Door Storage Shelf, $74
8. Store your shoes and save some space.
Get the look: Home Basics Over-the-Door Steel Shoe Rack, $58.99
9. Carve out more room in a cabinet.
Get the look: mDesign Hanging Kitchen Storage Basket, $24.99
10. Get smart with a hanging grid.
For a bonus storage solution, install a metal grid on the back of any door. You'll be able to attach baskets and hooks to keep your accessories streamlined. We love how this look lets you see every pair of shades at once.
Get the look: The Container Store Heavy Duty Wall Storage, $59.99