Clean Up Your Act with 10 Charming DIYs for National Get Organized Week

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National Get Organized Week

Spring cleaning? Forget about it! Today marks the beginning of National Get Organized Week – that unforgettable time of fall when you’re invited to tidy each space, dust every shelf, and tame your schedule for the season ahead.

In the spirit of this super-neat occasion, we’ve scoured the web for our favorite clutter-busting DIY projects, which are required reading if you’re ready to put your office, kitchen, and closet in perfectly stylish order!

Kitchen


Over-the-Stove Pegboard by Hip Girl Home, Soup Can Storage by Running with Sisters, Painted Cooking Tools by Little Bit Funky, and Custom Decal Canisters by The Painted Hive.

Desk & Decor


Washi and Ribbon Rack by Design Editor, Diagonal Message Board by The Happy Home, Fabric-Wrapped Hat Boxes by A Beautiful Mess.

Closet


Tension Rod Scarf Rack by Apartment Therapy, Cursive Closet Bins by Almost Exactly, and Sweet & Simple Shoe Wall by Oh So Pretty.

Still searching for more inspiration? Uncover more ideas on our crafty and creative Pinterest board or share your own organizational secrets below!

Chris

About Chris

Every day, Chris gets one to three scoops closer to his dream of an ice cream-only diet. If he’s not indulging his sweet tooth, Chris is using his child-like energy levels to play rubber snake pranks, converse with countless puns, and capture the world in photos as he walks. If you aspire to have a perfect Pittsburgh accent or have a passion for periodicals, he would love to talk over afternoon coffee.

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2 Responses to Clean Up Your Act with 10 Charming DIYs for National Get Organized Week

  1. Marie McGrath 10/02/2012 at 8:06 am #

    Great organizational ideas!! I especially love the boxes for the hats!

    http://www.thejoyoffashion.blogspot.com

  2. Christina 10/02/2012 at 9:47 am #

    Love the wooden spoons! A fun way to dress up a simple kitchen tool.

    Come check out the Fig and Brie Bruschetta I made.
    http://www.becauseofmadalene.com/2012/10/fig-and-brie-bruschetta.html

    xo,
    Christina

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