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3 Cute DIYs to Help Organize Your Bedroom!
Written by Project Inspired | March 22, 2014
Now that the weather is finally getting warmer and you’re packing away your winter gear, it’s time to start getting organized for spring! There are tons of amazing organizational DIYs on the internet to help inspire a bedroom overhaul that’ll have you feeling inspired to enjoy the coming season.
We rounded up three of our favorites to help you kick off your spring cleaning projects, and we hope you’ll share any personal favorites of your own in the comments below!
UPCYCLE YOUR OLD CANS AND TINS
This photo is so beautiful, you might not believe it was made from trash! That’s right, you’ll want to hang onto those old cans from potato chips, soup and coffee. After you’ve cleaned them, you can easily wrap them in pretty paper and use them to store small crafting or school-related items, like scissors, push pins, paperclips, pens and highlighters, on your desk. Pretty cute, yes? (Better Homes and Gardens)
WRAP UP YOUR CORDS
Do you have tons of random cords strewn about your closet or desk drawer? You can solve this problem by organizing your cords, and beautifully! Using toilet paper rolls, wrap the darker spots (where the tacky stuff holds the paper) with pretty washi tape. You’ll also want to use scotch tape to hold the ends together, as the washi tape doesn’t always stick well. Once your rolls are ready, you can roll up the cords, stuff them into the roll and mark them with a little piece of tape noting what the cord belongs to. (Or you could write it on the roll!) (Our Thrifty Ideas)
DISPLAY AND ORGANIZE YOUR JEWELRY
How cute are these? Can you guess what they’re made out of? Ceramic watercolor palettes! These provide the perfect openings for sorting and separating earrings and other jewelry without tangles. You can store them on top of your dresser, vanity or bathroom counter and easily see your jewelry possibilities every day! Afraid you won’t have the table space to make them work? They also store nicely in drawers and cabinets! (You can find affordable palettes at art-supply stores.) (Martha Stewart)
Which of these is your favorite project? Would you be willing to try any of them out? Have you ever DIYed something for your bedroom or home? Tell us about it the comments below!