I have a big pantry in my kitchen but it doesn't have any shelves. The previous renters asked to take the shelves out and used it to store other things. I don't need a bigger pantry so I just stored a few things in it but it was mostly empty. Then I saw these photos and knew what I wanted to do! The original article was written by Jen of iHeart Organizing for Better Homes and Gardens.
I was previously storing my vacuum in my hall/coat closet but it took up a lot of room and meant my rain boots and uggs were just sort of thrown in on top. It made sense to move it to the cleaning closet
|Such a poor use of space! Duster and mop, plastic bags, paper towels, and my apron|
|Still a work in progress but on its way! * I moved the paper towels to the under kitchen sink spot|
|Attached hooks to hold my mops/brooms/duster so they aren't falling over|
|Added some of the contact paper I blogged about before on the bottom|
|The TJ Maxx bag holds paper bags and reusable bags, the silver thing holds plastic bags|
Where do you store your cleaning products? What else should I include in my space? I have room on the side for more hooks