Top 10 Organization Projects of 2011

Well, I have decided to divide my 2011 “Top 10″ lists into two posts this year – one for organization projects and one for crafts and other projects.  2011 was a good organization year for me.  Although I didn’t complete everything that I was hoping to {my nasty garage pops into mind!}, I am happy to say that everything that I did organize has actually remained that way!  It really does pay to purge!!
So, here are my favorite Top 10 organization projects of the year {in no particular order!}:
1.My craft room.  This was actually the project that started my whole organization craze and is probably my favorite room in the house.
2. The laundry room. Although it is still organized, there is still usually at least one pile of clothes on the counter. {Oh, how I hate putting away laundry!}

3. The fridge was another one of my favorite projects.  This one does require a little upkeep but I really do like having the bins and I love the vinyl!

4. If you have kids, I am sure you have a ton of first aid gear lying around the house.  Our boo boo box is a great way to organize everything and it is easily portable.
5. Make some cute {and functional!} bathroom storage jars.  
6. And to organize those kids in the bathroom, make them their own Brush and Wash station. {This has actually worked amazing well!}
7.  Organizing the kitchen cabinets was one of my biggest purging areas.  I have not missed one thing that I gave away and the cabinets have actually stayed organized with very minimal effort.
8. Organize all of those photos with a fast and easy way to scrapbook.
10. And by far the most viewed organization post {with almost 40,000 page views mostly courtesy of Pinterest!} is our family binder.

Well, hopefully that gives you some organization ideas!  Organizing can sometimes be a daunting task so break it down into small, manageable projects.  If something is well organized {and you really have gotten rid of those extra items that you don’t need!} it really does not take much effort to maintain.  I’m excited to keep working my way through the house in the year to come.  And who knows?  Maybe I will even tackle that garage!

Happy organizing!!!


I linked up with House of Hepworths, Southern LovelySkip To My Lou30 Handmade DaysOopsie Daisy, Blue Cricket Design, Home Stories A to Z, Tip Junkie, A Bowl Full of LemonsMy Uncommon Slice of SuburbiaToday’s Creative BlogUncommon, Thrifty Decor Chick, Sumo’s Sweet StuffCraft-O-Maniac, CRAFT, My Crazy Beautiful LifePassionately Perfect, Positively Splendid, I Heart Naptime, Be Different Act Normal, Lolly Jane, Young and CraftyToo Much Time on my HandsJunk in Their Trunk, Tatertots and Jello, Organizing JunkieWhipperberry, Tidy MomThe Shabby Nest, Fingerprints on the FridgeThe 36th Avenue, Delightful OrderThe CSI Project, Chic on a Shoestring, The Shabby Creek Cottage, Crafty Scrappy Happy, Gluesticks and Somewhat Simple.

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  1. says

    Wow! So many great ideas!! I’m in love with your laundry room and the “brush and wash” station is genius!! Thank you so much for sharing :)

  2. says

    Wow I love it all!! Love the stenciled craft room…awesome!! I would love for you to come share this at our link party…junkintheirtrunk.blogspot.com/2011/12/link-it-up-wednesday-9.html

  3. says

    I love organizing :). you should come over and link this to my Wednesday Pinterest party tomorrow. It’s perfect….lots of pin worthy ideas here. I am starting a series on organizing small spaces this month-starting with our pantry. I didn’t consider the fridge, but I might after seeing this.

  4. says

    Oh man! I want your craft room. I mean, I really want it! :) I have those same white organization tubs… now if I could just get as organized as you! Well done my friend. Thank you so much for linking up to Oopsey Daisy! XOXO

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