Add extra storage to your home with some decorative storage solutions. When organizing your home improve your decor by adding in some storage ideas that match your home decor.
Organizing my home and decorating at the same time is one of my favorite things. Having decorative storage solutions is like getting a two for one. You’re organizing your home and decorating it too sounds like fun, right!
Well I’m here to help inspire you to organize and decorate your home with some fun storage solutions that I’ve fell in love with and use in my home.
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Decorative Storage Solutions
Organizing solutions don’t have to be boring. There are so many ways you can store items in beautiful ways. It might be paperwork or even cotton balls. Whatever you’re trying to store, you can do so in a decorative way. Let’s look at ten decorative storage solutions for your entire home.
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Decorative Boxes for Odds and Ends
Decorative boxes are wonderful for everything from cables to office supplies. Upcycle boxes at home and transform them into works of art. This is a very budget-friendly way to organize any room.
Use Woven Baskets
Washcloths, towels, and even toilet paper will look so much better when stored in woven baskets. You can add them to cupboards, closets, or even on a table. Not only are they functional but they’re great to look at. Giving a table or room decorative storage solutions.
Glass Jars for Small Items
Glass jars are wonderful for storing cotton balls, cotton swabs, and other small items around the house. You can use glass jars to store markers, colored pencils, and crayons in your craft room. I’ve always got extra mason jars around that I use to organize small items.
Glass Canisters for Dry Goods
Large glass canisters are perfect for storing dry goods in your kitchen. These look so farmhouse chic filled with beans, pasta, and rice. It’s a perfect way to store dry goods if you want to buy in bulk. Add some labels and you’ve got yourself decorative storage solutions for the kitchen!
Magazine Files for Paperwork
Magazine files are great for storing paperwork, adult coloring books, and other paper goods. You can even store your parchment paper, plastic wrap, and aluminum foil in one. Office supply stores have so many decorative ones to choose from.
Stylish Wall Hooks for Coats and Accessories
You can also find stylish wall hooks for storing coats, scarves, hats, handbags, etc. Home décor stores and hardware stores will have several options to choose from.
Take a small piece of wood or attach the wall hooks directly to the wall.
Upholstered Storage Benches for Linens
Upholstered storage benches are wonderful linens. You can use them throughout your home. In bedrooms, you can store your sheets and extra blankets. For living rooms, you can store throw blankets. And finally, in dining rooms, you can store placemats, tablecloths, and napkins.
Floating Shelves for Plants and Décor
Do you want a sleek look? Use floating shelves for small plants and accessories. A white shelf with a stack of books and a succulent would be so pretty used in place of nightstands in small bedrooms.
Jute Wrapped Plastic Storage Bins for Every Room
Who said decorative storage solutions had to be expensive? You can wrap plastic storage bins from the Dollar Tree in jute twine (also from the Dollar Tree) and create beautiful bins for every room in your home.
Decorative Trays for End Tables and Nightstands
Last, but not least, your home looks so put together when you place items on decorative trays. For example, you can place a tray on an end table to hold remotes and a scented candle.
Storage doesn’t have to be boring. You can actually turn decorative storage solutions into home décor.