15 Smart Ways To Organize Your Closet With Practical Ideas

Living in an organized home can improve your quality of life by a tenfold but achieving that state where everything is well stored and organized in your home is not as easy as it might seem. There will always be something that you didn’t account for. But don’t worry, you can fix problems one by one. To begin with, we’ll show you how to transform your closet into a space that will never be messy and cluttered. It’s not as difficult as it might sound, especially with the awesome and very smart ways that we’ll show you below.

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Welcome to a new collection of storage and organization tips in which we’ll show you 15 Smart Ways To Organize Your Closet With Practical Ideas. Stop wasting time when you need to find the right outfit to wear. Organize your closet and enjoy being able to find everything on the first try in a clean and organized fashion. You’ll save time but also effort. But in order to do that, you’ll need to check out these ideas and invest some time to make them. Enjoy!

1. DIY Slide-Out Scarf And Belt Organizers

2. How To Organize A Small Closet

3. Tie Hanger Tank Top Holder

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4. Space Saving Tie Rack

5. Garment Rack DIY

6. Project Linen Closet Reveal

7. Closet Door Shelf

8. No Slip Hangers

9. Organizing Flops

10. Girly-Glam Closet Makeover

11. From Wiry Slobs To Sleek Hanging Rods

12. Minimalist Wardrobe Makeover

13. From Cluttered Mess To Mini-Dressing Room

14. PVC Pipe Scarf Organizer

15. 5 Ways To Organize Scarves

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16 Great DIY Headboard Designs You Should Update Your Bedroom With

The bedroom has a well-defined and clear purpose to provide you with a private place in which you can recharge your batteries. This doesn’t leave much space in the bedroom for entertainment centers and focal points unlike the rest of the rooms in your home, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t admire your bedroom design. The most obvious piece that steals the view as soon as you enter the bedroom is the headboard of your bed. Most beds have a simple, generic headboard while others don’t even have one. Regardless of the type of your bed, there are many awesome things that you can do to upgrade your bedroom by simply creating a DIY headboard out of materials that will not cost you a fortune.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY projects in which we want to introduce you to these 16 Great DIY Headboard Designs You Should Update Your Bedroom With. Check out the following designs and you will have the chance to learn how to quickly and easily upgrade your bedroom by simply altering one piece of it – the headboard. It can easily become the focal point if you pay some attention to it. Choose a project that you can do over the weekend, all of the projects we’ve featured are very easy to DIY and they all come with complete tutorials that can guide you along the way with step by step instructions. Enjoy!

1. Turn a simple white MALM bed frame into a beautiful wood plank headboard

2. use rubber floor mats to recreate the iconic west elm look

3. Used pallets are a great source for reclaimed wood headboard design

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4. make an awesome light up headboard out of wood planks and Christmas lights

5. make your own version of another West Elm iconic furniture piece using some simple woodworking techniques and some paint

6. take four pieces of wood, sand and stain them, and then hang them with heavy duty command strips for this floating diy headboard look

7. A simple PVC pipe construction, plus some twine and a few photographs make for an awesome headboard for your kid’s room

8. Framed, tufted headboard from an old dresser mirror

9. Antique Window Headboard

10. repurpose an old front door into a great color-blocked headboard

11. use old books for a headboard and have your bedroom look like a display window at Anthropologie

12. DIY tufted headboard

13. create an extra soft custom-shaped headboard

14. individual upholstered sheets of wood

15. Creating a shape with a string of Christmas lights and cord clips, you can make a headboard appear on the wall very quickly and on a budget

16. take wood sheets and weaves them together to create a backdrop for your bed

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15 Chic DIY Projects Inspired By Pottery Barn That Cost Way Less

Are you on the mailing list of the most popular furniture stores such as Pottery Barn? You probably notice all of their amazing new products as soon as they get them out but if you were to buy all of the little dressers, console tables and headboards that you like in their catalogs, how long will your paycheck last? About a minute at the most. We can’t allow you to do that, that is why we have gathered a few DIY projects that have been inspired by stuff seen at Pottery Barn but with a major difference – the price. Most of these projects are simply ideas to transform an already existing item into something that looks as if it came straight out of Pottery Barn without spending much money on materials.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY ideas in which we’d like to show you these 15 Chic DIY Projects Inspired By Pottery Barn That Cost Way Less. Check them out below and you will also find the step by step tutorials that will instruct you how to create these Pottery Barn knock-offs at home. Remember, just because you didn’t spend half of your paycheck at the store doesn’t make them any less awesome. Enjoy!

1. transform an IKEA piece into this custom beauty inspired by a Pottery Barn media console

2. Add a console table to your entryway

3. no-sew vintage chair update

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4. Pottery Barn Knockoff Coffee Table

5. recreate this beautiful glass bottle lamp

6. take your pinning into the real world with this linen pin board hack

7. moss letters are a great alternative to their pricier versions from PB



10. Pottery Barn and West Elm Inspired DIY Rope Chandelier

11. This pallet headboard is simpler than you’d think and a great alternative to the original

12. 3-Tiered Stand

13. Wood and canvas crates


15. Swing Shelf DIY Projects

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15 Incredible DIY Projects You Can Make Using Old Books

Do you find yourself unable to store all of the books that you have? Here’s what you should do. Take all of the books that you have off the shelves. Go through each and every one and separate them into two heaps. In the first one, you will place every book that you have no intention to read or give away. In the other heap, you will place the rest of the books which will be the ones that you should keep.
Now, you’ve got plenty of books that can be used as crafting material. Don’t worry if there are a lot of them because we’re going to show you a wide variety of projects that you can use them on.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY ideas in which we’re going to show you how to do these 15 Incredible DIY Projects You Can Make Using Old Books. Check them out below and refer to the tutorials if you need any guidance in the form of step by step instructions. You can find the tutorials for each project right underneath the image of the project that you want to craft. Enjoy!

1. DIY Hidden Book Storage

2. Book Page Rose Wreath DIY Projects

3. Turn Old Books Into A Knife Block

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4. Iphone Dock From Old Books

5. Old Books Into Wall Shelf

6. DIY Deer Book Art

7. Book Photo Frame

8. Old Book Clock

9. Book Page Pumpkin

10. DIY Old Book Accordion Organizer

11. Book Page Wreath

12. Heart Garland From Old Books

13. Dollar Store Book Topiary DIY

14. Place Card Holders Made Out Of Old Books

15. DIY Book Vase Planter

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28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

These are the kind of simple projects for the laziest and most inept of crafters. Even if you can barely operate a drill, you can do most of these projects — and in less than an hour.

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1. Make a Sharpie Mug

Source: abeautifulmess.typepad.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

2. Turn a T-Shirt into a Work-Out Tank

Source: rabbitfoodformybunnyteeth.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

3. Ombre Nails with a Sponge

Source: thenailasaurus.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

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4. Use Bookends as Floating Bookshelves

Source: pinterest.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

5. Transfer a Photo onto a Slab of Wood

Source: readymade.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

6. Make a Heart-Shaped Ring Out of Wire

Source: ispydiy.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

7. Nail Polish Key Covers

So you can easily tell your keys apart.

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

8. Make a Travel Flat Iron Holder Out of a Pot Holder

Via: yourcreativejuices.blogspot.ca

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

9. Build a Bookshelf With Two Ladders and Planks of Wood

Source: indulgy.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

10. Create a Couch From Wooden Pallets

Source: cuartoderecha.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

11. Or Make a Bike Rack out of Those Wooden Pallets

Source: lowtechatmo

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

12. “Fireflies in a Jar” Night Lantern

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

13. Ramekins, Coffee Beans and Tea Lights

The warmth of the candles makes the coffee beans smell amazing.

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28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

14. Glitterize Anything With Mod Podge and Glitter

Mix the Mod Podge with glitter and paint it on stuff.

(Glitter wine glass source: The Sasse Life)

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

15. Turn Clothes Hangers Into Shoe Hangers

Source: epbot.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

16. Screw Cheap Furniture Knobs Into Wood for a Necklace Holder

Source: visiblymoved.blogspot.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

17. Use a Window Shutter as a Mail Holder

Source: jacquelinezinn.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

18. Stack PVC Pipe/Paint Cans as Shoe Storage

Source: pinterest.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

19. Make a Lamp Out of a Water Jug and a Headlamp

Via: indulgy.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

20. Wrap a Scarf to Make a Draped Skirt

Source: passionsforfashion.dk

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

21. Turn Inexpensive Frames Into Chalkboard Signs

Paint the frames, and then paint the glass with chalkboard paint.

Source: farm5.static.flickr.com
28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

22. Make a Stool Using Old Magazines, Two Belts, and a Pillow

Source: apartmenttherapy.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

23. Letter Bottles With a Hot Glue Gun

Source: imgfave.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

24. Sew Five Pillow Cases Together to Create a Body Pillow

Source: pinterest.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

25. Make a Braclet with String and Hexagonal Nuts

Source: honestlywtf.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

26. Glue Corks into a Picture Frame to Make a Bulletin Board

Source: simplyem.blogspot.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

27. Fill a Mason Jar With Christmas Lights

Source: pinterest.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

28. No-Sew Pillow Cover

Source: organizeyourstuffnow.com

28 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects

Also check this 7 Popular DIY Tutorials

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17 Really Inspiring Ways To Reuse Old Kitchen Items Creatively

Throwing old things is a logical sequence after we buy and replace them with some new things, but it does not have to be that way. Almost all of the old things can be used again in a fantastic way. It takes only a little effort to achieve this. Old kitchen items belong to this category. We can always use our imagination and find idea how to use them again in your household.

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You can reuse old pots in various ways, and decorate them in many creative ways. You can re-paint them, to pinch on them various stones and the like. Also, another creative option is to plant in them colorful flowers and place them somewhere in the garden or on the terrace. It will be a great decorative item, and you will be able to boast that you made it by yourself. You can also put decorative sand in the pots, decorative plants, shells, pebbles and the like. Some of the kitchen items, can be used as fascinating lighting fixtures, you just need a little bit more effort. In various ways you can decorate the pots, just use your imagination and be creative!

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18 Crafty IKEA Hacks That Will Instantly Update Your Home Decor

There are very few things that you can do to update your home as efficient and cheap as IKEA hacks performed on everything from small decorative items to storage and furniture. But what exactly does it mean to perform an IKEA hack. It really is nothing utterly complicated. Basically, you take a generic item that you bought from IKEA who are well known for their affordable furniture and decorative pieces. Then you use your creativity to make them unique. There is no better way to insert a little bit of your personality in your home decor while remaining within budget. But for more details, check the images below.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY ideas in which we want to show you these 18 Crafty IKEA Hacks That Will Instantly Update Your Home Decor. Besides the inspirational designs, you will also find the tutorials that will show you how to achieve them by taking you through the necessary actions, one step at a time. All you need to do is choose the one you want and follow the link to the guide for that project. Enjoy!

1. DIY Abstract Brushstroke Tray

2. DIY Speckled Jewelry Dish From Coasters

3. IKEA Side Table Makeover

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4. IKEA Mirror Hack

5. IKEA Hack Grid Moodboard

6. IKEA Hack Dipped Stools

7. DIY Painted Basket

8. DIY Color Block Storage

9. DIY Retro-Inspired IKEA Storage Hack

10. IKEA Hack Shoe Holder For Paper Storage

11. Bookcase Makeover DIY IKEA Hack

12. Wood And Metal Bookshelf

13. Svalbo IKEA Hack

14. DIY IKEA Hacked Curtain With Tassel Fringe

15. Whitewashed Crate Display

16. DIY Painted Cutting Boards

17. IKEA Hack Chair Seat Cover

18. IKEA Hack Colorful Shelving Unit

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To-Dos to Get Done During a Move

There’s a lot going on during a move, especially if you’re moving out of state. But it’s actually a great time to get a few things done before changing your address. Plan ahead and work these to-dos into your moving checklist.

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Downsize Your Stuff

One of the most tedious and time-consuming tasks of moving is packing. That’s why doing a thorough closet cleaning is a great idea.

This is a trick North American Moving Services recommends to their clients. The reasoning is pretty simple. The less you have to pack up and haul to the new home, the less moving will cost.

Create a room-by-room plan that gives you time to go through everything. Separate things into three piles:

Keep – Whatever you plan to take with you should stay in the keep group.

Donate – Gently used items you no longer need or want can be donated. Save space and get a discount on your taxes!

Trash – Anything that no longer works properly or has experienced significant wear should go in the trash pile. But do the environment a favor and put recyclables in a separate container.

To Dos to Get Done During a Move

Have a Yard Sale

You can also create an optional fourth pile if you plan on selling any items. A weekend yard sale is a great way to make a little extra money for your move. Any items that don’t sell can get moved into the donate pile.

To Dos to Get Done During a Move

Inventory Your Items

While you’re going through everything for the purge you can double the benefit by creating an inventory. This is actually a key part of maximizing your home or renters insurance coverage. Part of the policy includes coverage for your personal property. But if you underestimate the value or forget to note an item it will be written off as a loss.

All the items that end up in the keep group should be listed on an inventory spreadsheet that includes the name, cost and important details. Next, call your insurance company. Share your inventory list and find out if your current policy provides adequate coverage. If you have expensive items you may need to add a rider to the policy.

Go the extra mile and list which box each item is in so you have a reference when you unpack. The inventory will also make it easy to track everything so nothing goes missing in transit.

To Dos to Get Done During a Move

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Survey the New Property

If you are buying a new home, a survey of the property will likely be needed before you can close. Surveys are also a must if you’re building a new home. The survey will tell you exactly where the property lines lie and may be needed if you plan to add on to the house or include an outdoor feature like a pool or fence. In addition to the property lines, a survey can help determine the lot’s zoning.

Check with the current property owner to see if they have an existing survey. If nothing has changed on the property since the survey was created then it should still be valid.

To Dos to Get Done During a Move

Deep Cleaning

No one wants to bring dust and dirt with them to their new home. As you pack up items give them a good cleaning. It will make cleaning up around the house easier and will be a completely fresh start once you start unpacking.

To Dos to Get Done During a Move


Do you need to freshen up before moving out? Want to add a little personality to your new home? A fresh coat of paint is an easy way to update any room, and it’s a lot easier when things are out of the way. After everything is packed up or before everything is moved in, take a few days to get your painting jobs done.

Multi-tasking during a move might sound like overkill, but if you have to turn your world upside down you might as well get as much out of it as you can. With the right planning you can add the extra tasks above without adding to your workload.

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15 Smart DIY Wine Rack Ideas That You Can Make For Almost No Cost

Storing all of the wine bottles in your home is certainly not a difficult task but only if you consider stowing them away in a random cabinet as a solution. We certainly don’t consider that as appropriate wine storage, especially if you’ve got a great wine collection that you want to display. We want to show you how to store and display your wine bottles properly by using a wine rack. There are many pros of using a wine rack because you can place it anywhere you want. If you want to use it more as a display feature it can take a focal place but it can also be placed somewhere to provide ease of access.

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Check out this collection to find 15 Smart DIY Wine Rack Ideas That You Can Make For Almost No Cost. We’ve found some pretty cool DIY wine rack ideas that will show you how to easily make one for your home without spending too much money. The following designs are very creative but they are not difficult to make, especially considering that they all come together with step by step instructions which you can get access to by following the tutorial links below the images. Enjoy!

1. old records make a funky fabulous wine rack

2. copper pipes combined with leather create a light, modern look

3. Rope and wood wine rack

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4. Free up some space in your kitchen with this DIY wine rack that hangs from the ceiling

5. DIY Pallet Wine Rack

6. Make a triangular wine rack from pallet wood

7. Bed springs as wine racks

8. creative wine rack repurposed from an old film reel

9. A dresser can easily be turned into a wine rack

10. Minimal wine rack from wood and leather

11. Make a simple wine rack out of a bunch of horseshoes

12. Car engine wine rack

13. Incredibly simple tree stump wine rack for an outdoor party

14. Use some inexpensive PVC pipe to create this modern wine rack for just a few dollars

15. take short pieces of pipe, end caps, and flanges to make an elegant wall hanging of wine bottles

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15 Super Cool DIY Ideas To Update Your Mancave Decor With

Do you have a special room in your home that you consider your mancave? It can be any old room or even your garage. We are going to show you a bunch of ideas that can help you make it the ultimate mancave that you will not want to leave. But don’t worry, we are not gonna make you spend massive amounts of money just to get the decor up a bit. Instead, we’ll show you DIY ideas that you can do by simply taking old, useless stuff and giving it a new life.
The projects that you’ll see below are not just for decorating, some of them are also very practical and can be applied to other rooms as well.

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Welcome to a new collection of 15 Super Cool DIY Ideas To Update Your Mancave Decor With. Check out these DIY projects and you will find yourself wanting to make at least a few of them. Don’t worry, we’ve made sure to include tutorials with step-by-step instructions so that you won’t waste any time figuring out how to do them. Enjoy!

1. DIY Pallet Dart Board

2. Personalized DIY Ottoman Using Jeans And A Wooden Crate

3. DIY Repurposed Vintage Television Beer Bar

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4. Domino Clock

5. DIY Skateboard Shelves

6. DIY Balancing Bookshelf

7. Pool Ball Candles

8. Jack Daniel’s Soap Dispenser

9. DIY Industrial Pipe And Wood Shelves

10. Upcycled Tractor Table

11. Leather Belt Shelves

12. Recycled Tire Coffee Table

13. Old Speakers Wall Decor

14. Vertical Wall-Mounted Chessboard

15. Tire Sinks

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