A tidy home is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also beneficial to our well-being. But the constant effort to keep things tidy can sometimes be a real challenge. If you’re looking for more structure in your life without having to dig deep into your pockets, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post we present you 10 creative do-it-yourself (DIY) ideas that not only ensure more order, but also let your creativity run wild.

Discover the joy of tidying up and use our DIY ideas to create an environment that is not only visually appealing but also functional. Are you ready for more order? Then let’s get started!

1. Clothing ladder

DIY clothes ladder made of wood and cotton rope

Discover the elegance of the clothing ladder – a secret weapon against clothing chaos! The Kleiderleider not only saves space, but also brings your favorite outfits into focus. No more overflowing closets – with our DIY clothes ladder, choosing the perfect outfit becomes child’s play.

If you would like to build your own clothing ladder: Click here for the complete instructions!

2. Surfboard keyboard

DIY surfboard shaped wooden key rackDIY surfboard shaped wooden key rack

Give your entrance area a casual touch with a surfboard-shaped key rack. You can implement this stylish DIY project in just a few steps. Not only will you keep an overview, but you will also give your home a relaxed beach atmosphere.

You can find detailed step-by-step instructions here.

3. Wall magazine holder

Wooden wall magazine holderWooden wall magazine holder

Organize your magazine collection in a charming way with a homemade wooden magazine holder. This chic wall accessory not only creates order, but also serves as a decorative element.

The complete instructions are available here.

4. Bench with storage space

DIY wooden bench DIY wooden bench

Bring coziness and practical storage space to your home with a DIY wooden bench. Build this multifunctional bench with built-in storage space under the seat, ideal for blankets, pillows or other essentials. This bench is not only a comfortable place to sit, but also a clever solution to avoid clutter while beautifying the room. And if you don’t want to use the bench as a seating element, it is ideal as a shelf or decorative element!

You can find out how you can build your own bench here.

5. Boxes made from shipping cartons

Boxes made from old shipping boxes with Viennese weaveBoxes made from old shipping boxes with Viennese weave

Give used shipping boxes new life by converting them into stylish storage boxes. These DIY boxes are not only environmentally friendly, but also offer a practical solution for organizing small items in your home. I also used Viennese braid for my boxes to give the boxes that certain something.

You can find out exactly how I did it here.

6. Sorting folders made from waste paper

Say goodbye to expensive office supplies and design your own sorting folders out of waste paper. With a little creativity and skill, you can create individual, environmentally friendly folders that are perfect for organizing documents and papers and look great too.

The instructions for this can be found here.

7. Desk memo board

Bring order to your desk by making a wooden memo board! A wooden board, wooden sticks, leather, cord and clips create a practical and aesthetic addition to any workplace.

You can read exactly how this works here.

8. Desk calendar

Rely on minimalist design and create your own desk calendar. Few materials and clean lines create an elegant calendar that is not only practical, but also stylishly organizes your desk.

Here you can read exactly how it works.

9. Earring stand

Give your earrings a stylish place to store them by creating an earring stand out of a picture frame and Viennese cane. This DIY project not only organizes your jewelry, but also adds a decorative touch to your bedroom.

You can find the complete instructions here.

10. Letter halter

This simple yet functional organizer is perfect for keeping your mail organized and adding a touch of natural elegance to your workspace.
There are even video instructions on YouTube for the letter holder.


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I hope that there was something for you and that you wanted to implement one or more DIY ideas yourself.
I hope you have fun working!

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