By: Ann Corrigan

So many great ideas from BuzzFeed

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1. Use Skubb boxes to organize baby clothes for a nursery.


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All those tiny clothing items can get mixed up real fast.

2. Use a Ribba picture frame as a slide-out shoe tray underneath a dresser.


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3. Use the Råskog for cleaning supplies that you can wheel from room to room.

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Anything that makes cleaning easier and faster is a huge plus in my book.

4. The $19.99 Sockerärt vase is an elegant way to store your kitchen utensils.

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5. Hang tank tops on a Lillholmen towel holder instead of taking up valuable dresser real estate.

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6. The Bekväm spice rack is a colorful way to hold books you want to display in a kids’ room.

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7. They also hold two rows of nail polish perfectly, if you’ve got an overflowing collection.

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8. Use Riktig curtain hooks to keep your jewelry neat.

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You have better things to do with your life than untangle necklaces.

9. Just add casters to the Ekby drawer shelf for some slide-out under-bed storage.

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10. Need storage in a narrow space like a hallway?

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Trones are the answer.

11. Trones also work well in small spaces like bathrooms to hide toilet paper rolls and cleaning supplies.

 

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12. Stack Lack bookcases behind a couch to visually divide your space while also providing tons of storage.

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13. Use the Flort remote holder in the car for all your kids’ stuff. 

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14. Ikea’s wine holder becomes a receptacle for shoes. 

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15. The Ribba ledge works well under a chalkboard.

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16. Use Bygel rails to turn a table into a Lego Duplo table.

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17. Turn Flyt magazine holders into cute organizers with chalkboard labels.

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If you’ve got random scraps of fabric around, you can use Mod Podge to transform them into something much more expensive looking.

18. Compartmentalize your underwear and socks drawer with Komplement

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19. Create slide-out under-sofa toy storage using Trofast containers on H rails.


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They fit perfectly beneath an EKTORP sofa. Get the directions here

20. Put jewelry storage behind a Stave mirror.

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The mirror is on hinges — how genius is that? 

21. Ikea’s kitchen wall storage systems are also useful in a nursery.

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Especially if you’ve got a makeshift changing table in a small space. 

22. Grundtal rails are a sleek way to display magazines.

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23. The Ribba picture ledge attached to a headboard provides another place for your reading material.

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24. Fake a built-in window seat with tons of storage using the Stolmen. 

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25. Here’s a double bike rack made from a Stolmenpost ($30), two brackets, and four hooks, all from Ikea.
 

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26. Avskild cork placemats are an inexpensive way to create a large bulletin board. 

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27. Rope and Fintorp cutler caddies are a creative way to add some wall storage to a bathroom.


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28. Hang Magasin cutlery caddies on a kids’ table to hold crayons, markers, and any other art supplies.


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29. Those magnetic spice canister thingies can be used in the bathroom to hold tiny things like bobby pins and hair ties. 


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30. Corral those stuffed animals with Komplement’smulti-use hanger.


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31. The Kvissle magazine rack will reign in your clutter as a mail center.


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32. Expedit shelving in a walk-in closet is a cheap alternative to custom closets. 


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33. The Knuff perfectly fits rolls of aluminum foil and Saran wrap.


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34. Skurar planters are an exceedingly adorable way to hold your makeup brushes.


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35. Arrange Lack shelves in a V shape for an interesting way to display shoes.


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36. Another ingenious way to store shoes:


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Use Spontan magazine racks.

37. And if you’re looking for a challenge…


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