1. Magazine Holder For Kitchen Rack
That magazine holder sitting on your office table has got something more to it than just being a work staple. In fact, it can work wonders as a kitchen storage rack too, helping you manage those food cans in the most amazing ways ever, while saving a great deal of counter space at the same time. And some bobby pins will make sure that your stuff stays in perfect place.
DIY Details : pbjstories
2. Kitchen Cabinet Organizing with Containers
Available for just a few bucks, some plastic containers from The Dollar Store are no less than a boon when it comes to getting your kitchen totally de-cluttered and eliminating those struggles to find all the snacks, breakfast and just about any big and small goodies. Simply stack them on top of each other and use the cabinet more efficiently than ever. Plus, you can always make things much more vibrant by integrating a variety of colors into the hack.
DIY Details : aproverbswife
3. Dollar Store Refrigerator Makeover
Here’s a super innovative refrigerator makeover that features a specific Dollar Store bin for a specific food item, dedicating a well-managed spot for every single thing you intend to store in the fridge. For instance, if you are planning to prepare a quick sandwich, you simply have to grab that sandwich basket which stores each of the items you will need to get it all done.
DIY Details : thedomesticgeekblog
4. Cutlery Drawer Organization
Most of us have our cutlery trays and drawers stuffed with a whole spectrum of items that simply seem to mingle with each other, making it oh so hard to actually keep them separated and managed. A few Dollar Store baskets when kept in the drawer will not only let you fit some extra forks, spoons and knives into that old drawer, but also get them organized forever.
DIY Details : theelmlife
5. Pantry Makeover
The transformation from truly messy to perfectly organized sported by this pantry is synonymous to marvelous. And, a clever use of some baskets and bins makes it a child’s play to build such a pantry for your home spending no more than a few dollars. All it takes is some different-sized containers and some baskets from the Dollar Store, all rightly labeled with the appropriate item tags.
DIY Details : howtonestforless
6. Dollar Store Sachet Containers
If you have got little kids, you are surely not unfamiliar with those candy packets scattered all over the place. And of course, we have all got lots of tea bags, ketchup sachets and other nitty-gritty things that remain at an unmanaged spot in some random drawer of your kitchen. All you need is some 3 x 9 containers from the Dollar Store to put all those packets in place, having separate columns for the candies, sweet and herbs.
DIY Details : handymancraftywoman
7. Pantry Organizer
Install tension curtain rods in the vertical distance between two shelves of your kitchen and witness how surprisingly easy it becomes to store all your serving trays, platters, and cutting boards, while spacing them oh so perfect. The end results of this super simple hack is truly too good to be true for the style and elegance it brings to your kitchen, that too in a small price.
DIY Details : marthastewart
8. Cutting Board Storage
Cutting boards are one such utility in your kitchen that serve their purpose almost every single day, and this calls for a nice, convenient storage of the boards. If you have a tiny kitchen, that flat and large shape of the boards often makes them being placed at the bottom of the shelves, unless you screw this wire organizer to your cabinet door, finished with a few zip ties.
DIY Details : thatswhatchesaid
9. Dollar Store Magazine File for Paper Goods
Fill your little space with a hint of innovation by using vertical spaces in your kitchen amazingly well by effortlessly repurposing readily available, inexpensive magazine file from The Dollar Store and using it to put all those paper plates, corral paper goods and even those packets of hand tissues right in front of you at the counter top. This hack is all about making things easily accessible yet well-organized.
DIY Details : organizingmadefun
10. Canned Food Organization
Are your counter and pantry shelves loaded with canned food that you brought for the whole month’s supplies? Add a kind of splendor to your kitchen organization crafting a DIY Canned Food Organization by putting nifty little baskets from The Dollar Store and fitting all the large and small canned food boxes in them. You can also go for a canned food rack and some food labels.
DIY Details : myuncommonsliceofsuburbia