Organization Hacks That Spark Such Joy, Even Marie Kondo Will Try Them

Ever since Marie Kondo appeared on Netflix to spark joy and help people with the clutter in their homes, everyone has been inspired and filled with ideas to help them get off their couch and start looking closely at everything in their homes. After all, no one wants to spend an hour looking for that missing sock or your favorite shirt. That’s just a waste of time which you can spend doing more important things. Clutter limbo is a bad place to be, and nobody wants to dig that hole deeper. Since Marie Kondo came to our consciousness to bless us with immaculately clean and organized closets, people on the Net have also posted their organizational hacks to help others, and we are thankful for them. They have made our lives easier. In the spirit of sparking joy, we have here organization hacks that will make you want to clean and arrange the things in your home, too.

Charming craft corner transformation

We all have hobbies, and one that we particularly like is needlework. With needlework, you need space, and we guarantee you that you’ll fill that space with plenty of threads and yarns, just like this lady. When quarantine happened, she turned it into an opportunity to organize her things.

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Instead of sulking around, feeling bored, sitting in front of the TV, and gaining weight, she channeled her inner Marie Kondo and vowed to organize all her stuff. Well, the transformation has been nothing short of amazing, and we are all here for it.

Well, this is a good use of book-ends

When talking about book-ends, we naturally think of books and making sure they are organized. After all, that is their primary purpose. Who would have known that you could also use them for other things like organizing clothes and help create more space?

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Who would have known that book-ends come in handy if you want to fold and organize your shirts in a drawer? Even Marie Kondo didn’t think of this hack. Thank goodness for people on the Internet who are willing to share their organizing secrets.

This hack will make sure your boots retain their shape

Boots are the perfect accessory for those cold winter months. They complete fall outfits, and they protect you from the cold during winter. Plus, they make you look very fashionable, too. However, the problem with boots is knowing how to store them properly.

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You want them to retain their shape and keep them clean and nice-looking so that you can still take them out to wear after a few months. How do you do that? By cutting Dollar Store pool noodles and putting them in the boots. Simple as that!

Don’t waste perfectly good space

Every home needs a pantry. Otherwise, where are you going to put all your canned goods and other food items? However, not all of us are lucky enough to have a pantry with enough storage space. Some of us have to make do with what we have.

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It’s not the end of the world yet even if you don’t have a massive pantry. The key is not to waste perfectly good space and make sure you use whatever you have wisely, as this person did. Use every inch of space, such as the space behind the door, which people usually forget about.

Vertical storage in the kitchen

Another area of the house that most people always complain that they don’t always have enough space in the kitchen. One of the most effective storage solutions in the kitchen that will enable you to find things quickly is vertical storage.

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If you haven’t tried it yet, now is the best time to do so. Look at this photo for inspiration, and we know that you will get plenty of ideas from it. We know that kitchen organization is a big challenge for most households, but it’s an opportunity to get super creative.

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