50 Organization hacks you’ll want to do now, rather than pin for later

It’s not too late to get more organized. We’ve rounded up 50 home organization ideas to make things a little easier around your abode. Try tackling one a week for the ultimate organization makeover.

Clever cord storage

1. Hide your router

Hide your router
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Don’t you just hate how ugly routers can be? Take a cue from blogger Ana Maria Munoz and hide yours in an old book cover.

2. Box it up

Keep cords labeled and organized in a pretty little box.
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Keep cords labeled and organized in a pretty little box.

3. On the go

Keep cords organized while traveling with this DIY cord roll.
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Keep cords organized while traveling with this DIY cord roll.

4. New use for TP rolls

Use old toilet paper rolls to organize your cords.
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Use old toilet paper rolls to organize your cords.

5. Keep track of phone chargers

Use pretty washi tape to easily identify different phone chargers in your house.
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Use pretty washi tape to easily identify different phone chargers in your house.

6. Label it

Washi tape and a labeler can create super cute tags for devices.
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Washi tape and a labeler can create supercute tags for devices.

7. Hide those pesky lamp cords

We love table lamps, but can't stand how the cords hang over. We love this idea from Cassie at Hi Sugarplum where she hides lamp cords using Command hooks.
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We love table lamps, but can’t stand how the cords hang over. We love this idea from Cassie at Hi Sugarplum: She hides lamp cords using Command hooks.

8. Can it

Stash cords in canisters to keep them from cluttering kitchen counters.
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Stash cords in canisters to keep them from cluttering kitchen counters.

9. Bread tags

Using old bread bag tags is an easy way to label cords on the cheap.
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Using old bread-bag tags is an easy way to label cords on the cheap.

10. Bag it up

For a no-frills approach, try labeling and storing electronics in plastic baggies.
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For a no-frills approach, try labeling and storing electronics in plastic baggies.

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