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unduhan-8You probably already have storage baskets for organizing odd-sized or oversized objects. Blankets, toys, shoes, or other objects that need to be corralled in a basket; you might want a basket with holes or you may need solid side (like for small toys). No matter what type of basket, you may be able to easily hang these baskets up off of the floor. This helps maximize unused wall space and also helps make it easier for the taller people in your family to reach what they need.

Make sure you use the right type of fastener to hold the weight of the basket. Look for drywall screws with heavier loads, like 50 lbs, or consider using several smaller baskets instead of one large one. The image above shows how well a few baskets works in a child’s room and the contents can easily be swapped out over time.

Much like the basket example, there are plenty of ways to maximize your magnetic “walls” in the kitchen without spending lots of money. This example shows how easy it is to take your existing smaller containers, like a plastic container, and glue inexpensive magnets to the back side. Quite magically you can turn your large refrigerator into an organized space for spices, cooking notes, small cooking tools or other kitchen equipment.

Not all of us want to hang up our foil or plastic wrap boxes however, sometimes you simply don’t have a drawer or cabinet that fits all of these boxes. Placing them vertically on the wall allows you to easily tear off what you need and easily spot what you might need to buy more of. In vintage markets you can sometimes find old fashioned holders for these goods but this site offers a super cheap way to organize them by using easy-to-find, self-adhesive plastic bathroom hooks.