Are the shelves in your home spilling over with odds and ends? Do you struggle to find a pair of matching shoes or earrings, let alone a single bobby pin? Perhaps you’re simply tired of tripping over smartphone chargers and endless lengths of cords and cables.

Get rid of the chaos once and for all with these 24 incredibly clever organizational tips and tricks to bring order to your living space!

1. Binder Clips in the Freezer

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Sick of rooting around in the back of the freezer looking for the peas? Grab a few binder clips and use them to attach the bags to the freezer shelves. It’s a little tricky to keep the bag sealed whilst putting it on the rung, but practice makes perfect. In the long run, you’ll save time and space, and look super organized to boot!

2. DIY Pan Organizer

Get your pots and pans in order with a nifty holder. With adjustable rails for both large and shallow pans, this DIY knock-off of a fancy version can be made for a mere $26 or less!

3. Magazine Rack for Pot Lids

Once your pans have their set space, you’ll need somewhere to store the lids. The walls of a cupboard are the perfect place, and they’re often underutilized. While you can invest in a dedicated lid holder, why not save your dollars and give a new lease of life to an old magazine rack?

4. Magnetic Strips in the Bathroom

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Magnetic knife strips look good in the kitchen, but they may be even more useful in the bathroom. Attach the strip to the wall and use it to hold bobby pins, tweezers, nail files, toenail clippers and much more. For a neater look, hide it inside the bathroom cabinet. Never lose another hair pin again!

5. Create a Family Charging Station

Calling all smartphone addicts – this is a must-make! Keep your family’s phones and tablets (not to mention the cords and adapters) together when charging with this fabulous charging station. The compartments are perfect for different sizes and types of devices and the cords are kept out of view as they run out through the back and into the wall.

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