1. Keep Brown Sugar Fresh with Marshmallows.
I store my brown sugar in a recycled sealed margarine container but after time it still gets hard. I added 2 large marshmallows to my last freshly opened bag and it has stayed fresh ever since. See The Pin
From Storage Glee
2. Store Cupcake Liners in a Mason Jar.
I wouldn't have it any other way. They are always together in one place they don't get crushed or lost in the cupboard. Why didn't I do this sooner? See The Pin.
From Table for Two
3. Pin Sandwich Bag Boxes to Inside of Your Pantry Door.
I did this one almost 2 years ago and they have never moved from the inside of my pantry door. Even my husband loves this one. I rip the tops of the boxes off before pinning them up to save myself space but either way you will appreciate doing this the next time you need a sandwich bag. See The Pin.
From The Chic
4. Use a Magazine Rack to Store Tinfoil and Plastic Wrap Boxes.
Usually I only post things that I have actually tried myself so that I know it works, but I figured since # 3 worked so well for me this one should work just as well. See The Pin.
5. Use Shower Hooks to Hang Tank Tops and Save Closet Space.
This one is great. When I had my own closet I used to keep all my tank tops on separate hangers. Now that we are having our second child I turned my dressing room into the nursery and of course now have to share a closet with my husband. There wasn't nearly enough room. I didn't want to fold them and put them in a drawer since my dresser is already full, so this little trick did wonders for saving space and I still get to hang up my tank tops! I also hang my extra purses and scarves this way. See The Pin.
From The 36th Avenue
6. Hang Baskets in The Bathroom For Extra Storage.
This one adds extra storage which is great for a small bathroom and it looks really nice too! I hung two wicker baskets. I stored rolled up face cloths in one and toilet paper in the other. Bonus is that you can store things on top of the baskets too. I put hand towels on one and my toddlers face cloths on top of the other. It looks clean, put together and saves space under my sink. See The Pin.