Don’t you love it when you find unexpected ways to organize your home? We’ve found a ton of ideas for using magazine holders (or magazine files, if you prefer) to organize. Seriously! Pantry storage… hiding your router… even organizing your freezer are just some of the things you can do with these handy little doodads.
How to Organize with Magazine Holders
Create instant freezer shelves to organize your food. Magazine holders are perfect for storing frozen soups flat!
Hang three on the wall, add a shelf on top, and you have yourself a nice mail sorting station.
Add them to your closet shelves to sort and store purses.
Use a file sorter or magazine holder on your cabinet door to store cutting boards.
Keep the family’s water bottles together in a magazine holder. Isn’t that so much better than having lids and bottles everywhere?
Add a floating corner shelf with ease. A wooden magazine holder is the perfect solution for storing remotes and adding a little shelving space.
Do you have all sorts of recipes torn out of magazines and nowhere to put them? Create an organized recipe file using file folders and a magazine holder.
Store your hot hair styling tools inside a magazine holder. Personally, I’d use a metal one for this purpose.
Cheap magazine holders are the perfect solution for your gift wrap station. Use them to store bows, tissue paper and gift bags.
Add one to the bathroom to store extra rolls of toilet paper. It’s a good idea to have an extra roll or two within reach at all times!
Corral your foil, wax paper and plastic wrap in a magazine holder. Slide it onto the pantry shelf or attach it to the back of a cabinet door for easy access.
Use them in the pantry for potatoes and onions.
Stash your tupperware lids to make sure you never lose another one again!
Speaking of the pantry, magazine holders make the perfect dispensers for canned food!
Put one in the RV (or your small kitchen) for paper plates and napkins.
Hide your modem and router inside a magazine file to tidy things up. You’d never know they’re back there!
Store your baking pans in an old magazine rack to free up cabinet space.