In The Bedroom:

Hang your lamps, preserving precious floor space:
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Embrace the vertical space! Use soda can tabs to hang stuff while you hang stuff:
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In fact, hang everything, like this low-profile laundry basket
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And your scarves:
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And this simple trick will help you figure out which things you actually wear, versus which were “deals too good to pass up” at the time: 
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Cut up shoe boxes to make awesome DIY dresser organizers:
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And organize your shirt drawer by stacking your shirts. That way, you can see every shirt you own AND it’ll take up much less space:
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Like wine? Got shoes? Then be as stoked as I am that you can totally use empty wine cases as shoe storage:
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And cut-up pool noodles will help you store your boots vertically, while maintaining their shape:
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Endeavor to have every piece of furniture serve a dual- purpose, like this nightstand/desk:
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Or this full-length mirror with room for all your bling:
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You can use cheap, skinny shelving units to level up your under-bed-storage game:
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And old dresser drawers are easily repurposed into awesome stackable shelves, capable of fitting into just about any odd space you’ve got left:
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In The Kitchen:

Reduce that “under the sink” clutter by hanging spray bottles:
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And while you’re at it, organize your bag collection with an empty wipe tube:
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Expand your counter space with an over-the-sink cutting board:
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The doors of your cabinets can be way more useful, if you let them:
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Got some magnets? Then you can turn your fridge into a DIY spice-rack spectacular:
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And use magnetic clips to turn your fridge door into a hold-all:
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In The Bathroom:

Okay, it’s not much of a hack, but do yourself a favor and invest in a toilet hutch. The “porcelain prince” has a pretty large footprint, so reclaim some of that space by adding a ton of storage above it:
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You can (and should) use the space behind the door to hang towels:
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Like the one described in this handy DIY Instructable.

Which will free up your integrated towel racks, so you can use them for more storage:
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Installing a second shower curtain rod on the far side of the shower will allow you to hang ALL THE THINGS:
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And hanging some repurposed mason jars will allow you to tidy up your sink area, and keep your toiletries high and dry:
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While we’re tidying our sink area, a cake stand serves far better as a tiered sink-side organizer:
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And lastly… I’m betting you’ll be surprised by all the hygene-related things you can stick to one of those magnetic knife strips:
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