Tupperware and the like is great for storing leftovers, but it itself is kind of a pain to store. A sliding drawer with fitted with a pegboard is a great way to keep everything from tumbling around.
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Keep your tools, craft supplies, or the kids' toys out of the way but within reach on a simple rack made of plywood and chicken wire. The Do Design DIY web site offers detailed instructions on how to put it together. The result is much more utilitarian than good-looking, so it's probably a better fit for your garage or the playroom closet—that is, out of sight but within reach. How do you keep the workshop clean but your tools accessible? Let us know in the comments.DIY- Simple and Effective Any-size Tool Rack
Professional organisers have secret tricks they use to get things nice and tidy, including these suggestions to get your closet in order from O, the Oprah magazine:go through your wardrobe and jettison anything that's one of the four S's: stretched, small, smelly (ew!), or stained (sure, you could clean the stained and smelly pieces, but the idea is to let things go). Turn all your hangers in one direction, and for the next six months, flip the hanger (and leave it flipped) when you wear something. Donate the untouched clothes.
What's your best closet organisation suggestion— preferably one that does not cost a lot of dough? Let's hear it in the comments.Professional purgers' organizing tips