Get Organized Using Hooks

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Being organized means giving everything a place. But not everything belongs in a bin or on a shelf. Here are three quick ways to clear your kitchen clutter using hooks!

1. Use hooks to hang brooms and mops. I hang mine in the laundry closet that’s just off the kitchen for easy access. These are just simple “S” hooks that were in the closet when we moved in.

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2. Use a hook for your purse. I love having my purse near the door without it sitting on a kitchen chair or (heaven forbid) on the counter.

Get Organized Using Hooks to Corral Purses via ComeHomeForComfort

3. Use a hook to hang your dishwashing gloves. I learned this trick from Organized Jen – it’s so much better than leaving them draped over the faucet each evening!

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If hooks aren’t your thing, here are a few ways to corral the clutter using baskets!

Organizing With Baskets Come Home For Comfort

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7 thoughts on “Get Organized Using Hooks

  1. Oh if only I’d read this sooner… my mop definitely needs to find a hook because my current arrangement isn’t working says the lady who got smacked in the head with her mop handle this morning. I think it would also be good to hang my brooms in the garage. I use hooks for my aprons, hooks for our bags and hooks for towels.


  2. I like to use hooks as well Whitney. Sarah at Thrifty Decor Chick taught me about using the hooks that hold draperies back as basic hooks. I have my four 31 totes on a drapery hook in my garage and I also use these deep hooks to hang my scarves on in my closet. It really keeps them organized!!


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