2 of 22 Marc Royce
Store things you use regularly, like cleaning products and art supplies, closest to the door to the house.
4 of 22 David Prince
Repurpose a mesh laundry bag to capture soccer balls, basketballs, and other runaway sports gear.
5 of 22 David Prince
Movable hooks allow you to rearrange tools as you wish to maximize convenience.
6 of 22 Noah Webb
Even a garage that houses a lot of belongings can look clutter-free if you use shelves and hooks to keep things off the floor.
7 of 22 Formula Z/S
Laundry-room storage organizes not only cleaning essentials but also easy-to-misplace items like a fly swatter.
8 of 22 John Gruen
Create a clothes-hanging section in your laundry room with a wall-mounted drying rack that retracts when not in use.
9 of 22 Michele Gastl
Arrange detergents and other products in the order in which you use them, from stain removers to spray-on starch. Keep bleach and ammonia away from each other; mixed, they can produce toxic fumes.
10 of 22 Michele Gastl
A three-bin sorter helps family members separate their clothes by colors, whites, and delicates.
11 of 22 James Baigrie
Load high-demand cleaning products on an over-the-door caddy you can tote from room to room.
12 of 22 John Gruen
Simple milk crates break a long wire shelf into cubbies for organized laundry-room gear.
13 of 22 William Abranowicz
Keep a basket handy to fold anything knit or stretchy―T-shirts, sweaters, jeans, sweats―straight from the dryer.
14 of 22 Mark Lund
Your folding surface should be high enough that you don't have to stoop and strain your back.
15 of 22 Mark Lund
Even a narrow, high-traffic space can be kept orderly with smart storage, such as bins and pegs.
16 of 22 Annie Schlechter
A row or two of pegs makes use of wall space and frees up the entryway floor and closet. A tote bag can hold winter gloves and hats.
17 of 22 Chip Cordelli
A bench with a seat lid that lifts offers covert storage for miscellaneous items like dog leashes.
18 of 22 William Abranowicz
Choose entryway furniture that is multifunctional―like this bench with storage compartments underneath.
19 of 22 Bjorn Wallander
A sleek cabinet with bin drawers makes a clever hideaway for entryway clutter.
20 of 22 Chip Cordelli
A clock with a hinged face provides a fine hiding spot for flashlights, keys, sunglasses, and more.
21 of 22 David Prince