DIY home improvement doesn't have to be boring or expensive. Just take a look at this colorful LEGO key holder. It's a fun, economical way to get your place more organized.
Stop tossing those old toilet paper rolls! They work great as a simple, low-cost way to keep all those miscellaneous cords from getting all tangled up.
Mugs can take up a lot of cabinet space, so if you could use some extra room for other dinnerware, invest in some cup hooks. They also add a decorative touch to a kitchen's appearance.
If you've ever watched your lawn dry up in the summer months, you know how important a sprinkler is. Improvise a sprinkler head by poking some holes in a plastic bottle. Your yard will be back to normal in no time.
You won't be turning over couch cushions after implementing this tip. Just use some adhesive Velcro strips to give your remotes a permanent home.
If you've been cursed with a tiny closet, make some room by sliding a soda can tab over your hanger hook. Voila! You have another spot to hang a garment.
Crayons aren't just for kids anymore. Besides coloring, you can also use 'em to fill eyesore nail holes.
There's nothing more unpleasant than the sound of a door slamming shut. With a humble rubber band, you'll never have to hear that noise again.
Once a candle burns halfway down the jar, it's nearly impossible to light the wick without scorching your hand. Protect yourself by utilizing a spaghetti noodle instead of a puny match.
If you're puzzling over what to do with that pile of cords underneath your desk, here's the answer. Conceal cords and power strips by cutting a hole in a decorative box and feeding the cords through.
For trash bags that refuse to stay put, just use upside down adhesive hooks to keep them securely in place. No longer will you find yourself wrestling with that ill-fitting plastic bag.
Another ingenious use for toilet paper rolls. Don't let your wrapping paper unravel and wrinkle! Cut toilet paper rolls lengthwise and fit them around your opened rolls of wrapping paper.
With this hack, you can easily stream videos while washing dishes! Just cop some adhesive hooks and arrange them on the wall according to your iPad's dimensions.
Figuring out which cord is which can be frustrating. End the confusion once and for all by labeling each one with a bread clip.