Welcome to my new series – “Do It In A Weekend”! Every month or so, I’ll be sharing easy projects that can be completed in a weekend that will make your life easier and will make your home prettier and more livable.
This month, it’s all about utilizing the inside of closet doors for extra storage and organization. We all have them, so why not put them to good use?
Use the back of a pantry door for storing pot lids. Build your own rack or mount several curtain rods to the back of your door.
Adjustable shelf strips can be added to back of a closet door and configured to store anything you can think of. Here it’s used on the back of a door to hold kitchen supplies.
Jen used this idea to store her wrapping paper and supplies. Click on the link below the image to see exactly how she did it.
I sure could have used this idea back in the days when my daughter was a baby!
Use this system to hold all of your purses. The system simply hooks to your door.
Probably the easiest storage solution of all, is a hanging shoe bag. Think outside of the box when it comes to how to use one.
If you have little ones in your house, I bet you can relate to the problem of where to keep all of those stuffed animals. I think those things must multiply during the night!
Image from Mommo Design – Original photo source unknown
Here’s another nemesis for a lot of us. Toys. These Barbies are hanging on the outside of the closet door, but simply hang the shoe bag on the inside of the door to completely hide them.
Shoe bags are a great option for holding all sorts of little toys.
Use a shoe bag to hold gloves, mittens, hats and scarves.
Save precious under cabinet or shelf storage for something else and keep cleaning supplies at your fingertips.
Shoe bags are great for school and art supplies too.
Keep home office clutter to a minimum by storing miscellaneous office supplies on the inside of a closet door.
The back of this bedroom door holds a little bit of everything.
Are you a crafter? Here’s a storage system simply hangs over a closet door.
The back of a pantry door makes a great place to store brooms and mops. These are stored on the back of a cabinet door, but you could do the same thing on a closet door.
The possibilities for utilizing the inside of closet doors for storage are endless!
Don’t forget to pin it!