We’ll admit it. We’re a sucker for a quirky little piece of home organizing. Want to make your house look instantly more interesting while getting organized? Check out this list of the best quirky home organizing ideas!
A Bit of Mail
You can recycle old mailer tubes to make quirky wine bottle holders. These holders look interesting while being different and easy to customize. Which makes them even better! Try geometric patters or go for a plainer approach. Whichever suits your fancy.
Repurpose old dresser drawer fronts and knobs to create an eclectic hanging space that will help keep you organized. These really add a special something to any room. Even better? This works for jewelry, coats, scarves and all other kind of accoutrements!
Packed and Organized
You can use old suitcases to create a plethora of home organizing options, including charging stations, shelves and much, much more! These vintage cases add a touch of class to any space and are great for adding an extra something to any space.
The Secret’s In the Box
Disguising storage boxes as books is a great way to add super secret storage to any bookcase or decorative space. You can also mask boxes with things like pictures and art to add a little extra “interesting” to your space!
Repurpose an old ladder to transform it into the perfect bookcase / display shelf. Fill it with all your books and magazines, while adding small pieces of decor for that extra decorative touch.
A Touch of Green
You can create your own beautiful mail organizer by using mason jars and pieces of nature scavenged from the great outdoors. This is a great way to add a touch of color to any space and an even better way to add a touch of nature to your home or office.
Bent Out of Shape
Repurpose old silverware by creating quirky key rings that really spice up any space.
Breath of Fresh Air
Altoids tins make a great way to create colorful, quirky wall organizers. Use them to store keys or attach magnets to make a completely customizable organizing system for your office!
If you’ve got too many books, why not construct your own modern end table? This is a great way to repurpose those old books while still adding one-of-a-kind furniture to your favorite living space!
A Whole New Window
If you’re trying to organize jewelry, try using window screen cut to fit vintage-styled frames. This adds a really special vintage feel and quirky touch to any space.