3 + Ways to Use a Closet Door Organizer
Got way more stuff than places to store it?
The back-of-the-door-organizer could be your answer! You can find them at a store like Bed, Bath and Beyond and they attach to most any size door. Here are 3 ways that I use them:
1. If you have a pantry door in your kitchen, use one here to keep spices, straws, plastic ware and lots more at your finger tips. The pockets work great for holding drink, soup and dressing packets that don’t stack easily on a shelf.
2. They also work great for storing craft supplies. Tuck in your yarn, patterns, crochet hooks, knitting needles, stamps, ink pad, ribbons, etc. You’d be surprised how much stuff these babies can hold!
3. My husband likes to “roll” his clothes, which is actually a pretty neat idea. So we have one on the inside of his closet door. This organizer can hold 36+ t-shirts – way more than he really needs! You can also store socks, too.
I like these door organizers so much that I can’t stop at 3 uses! I also have one the back of the door that leads into the basement – it’s the perfect place to store flash lights, extension cords, electrical adaptors, light bulbs, etc.
One more idea: if you go on a cruise, throw one in your luggage. In a small cabin, it provides handy storage for all your toiletries and miscellaneous items.
Please let us know if you have other great uses for these organizers.