Friday Faves: Organizing Tips and Tricks

It’s Friiiiiday! (Well, almost. Probably by the time you see this.) Which means it’s time to share our Friday favorites — anything we’ve seen and loved throughout the week, it comes here. Since it’s that time of year, today we have mostly organizing ideas for you. What’s the best thing you’ve seen this week?

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Favorite functional shelving: I’ve loved these corner shelves at A Beautiful Mess for ages now. They use inexpensive track shelving tracks and brackets, with wood shelves, so they’re affordable but also just so functionally good looking. Versatile for whatever space you have or need!

Great use of inexpensive track shelving! Use the brackets and tracks but swap in wood shelves for an industrial look, and this corner shelf looks amazing!

Favorite kid-friendly tip: I pinned these tips for organizing art supplies from Simple As That — I love the little storage containers that she used for markers and crayons! So many uses for those, and easy to stack.  [Repin this here]

smart tips for organizing kids art supplies

Favorite organized pantry (possibly ever): I would LOVE to have an organized space like Nina Hendrick’s! So gorgeous, and they DIYed it!

beautiful organized pantry at Everyday Enchanting, Nina Hendrick

Favorite newly discovered cleaning gadget: Anytime we post about wainscoting and really cool wall treatments, one of the top complaints we hear is “but think of all the dusting!” — well, this well-reviewed dusting gadget looks like a great solution, whether you’ve got baseboards and crown molding or a lot more trim around your house to shine up!

easy way to dust baseboards and trim without getting down on your hands and knees

Favorite kitchen drawers: We featured Queen Bee of Honey-Do’s utensil drawer here — she also has an amazing organized dish drawer AND a great spot for knives and spices! See more here.  [Shared at the link party — be sure to come share your projects, also below to make it easy for ya!]

amazing organized drawers for utensils, dishes, knives, and spices!

Favorite organizing tips: These tips at The 36th Avenue are so great! I need to start saving soda tabs to double up my hangers…

closet organizing ideas

Favorite bathroom storage-plus-decor: We featured this bathroom pipe wall organizer by Ana White awhile back as an idea for functional but pretty wall decor — and I just keep thinking how brilliant it is! Versatile, industrial-modern, and easy to DIY. [Repin this here]

multifunctional and simple DIY bathroom organizer -- hang this shelf or anything (like towels on S hooks) from the rail. Brilliant!

Favorite laundry hamper: Based on this brilliant idea [pinned here] — I’m proposing that every master bedroom have a built-in hamper and closet combo like this, that is connected to the laundry room! Even better than a laundry chute 😉

brilliant master bedroom laundry hamper solution!

And now to the pretty non-organizing part of the program… the things that I just loved and wanted to share. 

Favorite truth: I love this quote and printable that I found over at My 3 Monsters — “Strong people don’t put others down. They lift them up.” So true, and such a good reminder any time of the year, especially in January when we’re all trying to be perfect and better than last year. [Repin this here]

Strong people don't put others down... They lift them up. via My3Monsters

Favorite tile color: Black. I’m really crushing on black tile lately! What do you think, love it or not so much?

Favorite entry I’d love to have: Just look at that! I’m swooning. So simple but so elegantly gorgeous.

Happy Friday!

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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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