Now with Christmas behind us, many new home owners are now busy with post- party cleanup and getting set of the New Year. Whether you’ve got cleanup from holiday parties or just empty boxes and used wrapping paper to reckon with, getting your new home organized and tidy might be top priority for many. You might even find that your gift wrapping area which got excessive use during the holidays is now a total disaster area and if anything, you may wish to tackle this part of your home for an organization overhaul. Here are some clever, pretty and easy ways you can create order and ease of use for all of your gift wrapping needs:
Many new homes come with ample closet storage, and using them or at least part of it for your gift wrapping needs is a great way to stay organized while keep all of it out of sight. Wire rack storage systems which are easy to install (and un-install in case your needs change for that closet) are a simple way to create a spot for all of your rolls for gift wrapping paper.
A rack system can also be in the form of this behind-the-door overhand system which could also work well inside a closet door. You may already have a craft room in your new home which provides a great spot for a door system like this which gives you easy access to anything you would need for gift wrapping right at your fingertips.
If you love thrift shop and second hand furniture and have the room in your new home for a dedicated craft room or even just an area, an old secretary like this can be easily painted a pretty pastel yellow and refurbished with some handy hardware to make you a multi-purpose craft and gift wrap storage unit. Both beautiful and functional, this secretary is sure to get lots of use!
For a quick and super easy giftwrap organization and storage solution, why not consider a handy closet storage unit with see-through zipper compartments to neatly house all of your gift wrapping essentials. This simple solution can be found in places like Target, Homesense, Solutions and many more retailers. Add one to any closet in your new home and see how much faster you’ll find what you need.