Love the look of this DIY ladder! Such a great way to add some extra storage! // cleanandscentsible.com

Love the look of this DIY ladder! Such a great way to add some extra storage! // cleanandscentsible.com

Another Pinner says: I'm imagining this in my kitchen over a counter top with coffee mugs hanging from the hooks and coffee, tea, etc in the baskets above. (Cool idea.)

Another Pinner says: I'm imagining this in my kitchen over a counter top with coffee mugs hanging from the hooks and coffee, tea, etc in the baskets above. (Cool idea.)

Love this idea, but in the mud room.  Baskets near the floor for hats, gloves, ets, then higher up for cleaning supplies etc.  Plus by doing the slatted walls, you can add all the hooks you want!

Love this idea, but in the mud room. Baskets near the floor for hats, gloves, ets, then higher up for cleaning supplies etc. Plus by doing the slatted walls, you can add all the hooks you want!

perhaps shelves or bins overhead could be used to store seasonal outerwear, such as mittens, gloves,etc when not in use

perhaps shelves or bins overhead could be used to store seasonal outerwear, such as mittens, gloves,etc when not in use

Life in a Little Red Farmhouse: farmhouse decorating. I like this idea a lot however need a different kitchen to make it happen

Life in a Little Red Farmhouse: farmhouse decorating. I like this idea a lot however need a different kitchen to make it happen

Whether you keep your gardening tools in a shed or simply the corner of the garage, make sure yours don't miss out on a bit of spring cleaning action. To keep all your tools organized, begin by finding a shelving unit to hold all of them. From there, a few nails and a big S-hook are all you need to hold your gardening gadgets, watering cans and hoses. Finally, use a tin bucket to corral all your other items, such as shears and gardening gloves. Click through for the full DIY from…

Whether you keep your gardening tools in a shed or simply the corner of the garage, make sure yours don't miss out on a bit of spring cleaning action. To keep all your tools organized, begin by finding a shelving unit to hold all of them. From there, a few nails and a big S-hook are all you need to hold your gardening gadgets, watering cans and hoses. Finally, use a tin bucket to corral all your other items, such as shears and gardening gloves. Click through for the full DIY from…

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