#11 Dry Food Storage
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Store your dry food in easy to reach mason jars in your kitchen to clear up some space in your pantry – plus it’s cool looking.
#12 Bathroom Storage
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Bathroom sink clutter is not fun when you’ve got yourself and a bunch of kids trying to get ready for the day. These mason jars make a perfect storage canister, and you can nail up a wooden plank to hang them on freeing your sink space for all that toothpaste globs the day will accumulate.
#13 Organize the Pets Food Storage
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keep the pet food and pet dining area in the same spot to save on extra space being used up. The storage holds 10 lbs of food and prevents the dishes from sliding around causing unnecessary messes. Here is a complete tutorial.
#14 Garden Rake your Kitchen
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Retire that old garden rake into something useful (and rustic looking) for the kitchen to help with the clutter of everyday cooking utensils.
#15 The Muffin Man’s Garage
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Muffin tins aren’t solely for baking warm, pillowy and soft muffins.
Use some of those muffin tins you’ve got lying around the kitchen taking up storage space and organize all of your nuts, screws, and bolts.
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