Command Hooka and Strips are one of my all-time favorite gadgets because I love hanging storage. There are so many uses! They are cheap and reliable, therefore they work just about anywhere! However, they also come in so many sizes and styles and even colors! I like Command Hooks because no hole drilling is needed. No tools are even needed at all! I’ve compiled the most genius command hook uses, so you will hopefully be inspired by what you see! Let’s organize with Command Hooks, now!
Organizing With Command Strip Hooks
Use a Command Cord Bundlers to hide your mixer cord so the space looks clean!
Hang frequently used items from command strip hooks so they are ready to grab! Just be sure you pick pretty things that match your kitchen because it doesn’t hurt to look good, too.
Hang your cork board with command strips so you don’t damage the walls. Great for renters, because it’s an easy pack and go option for moving day!
Hang your pot lids by command strip hooks on the inside of the cabinet, so that shelves are better utilized.
Attach clothespins in a cabinet by command strips so that you can clip needs items for quick grabbing.
Using a dowel rod and command hooks, hang washi tape where it’s easily accessible.
Use command hooks to organize brushes and gloves under the kitchen sink so that you have easier access to them.
Use command hooks to hang towels.
Using a wooden dowel and command strip hooks, you can store your food wraps out of the way.
Keep toothbrushes in a medicine cabinet with small hooks turned on their sides.
Command and a curtain rod with hooks are all you need to display your children’s art.
Use command hooks to hide ugly cords.
Use command hooks to hang and display jewelry.
You all probably have seen the measuring cups and spoons hung by command hooks, but this idea is just genius. Hang the measuring cup you need to measure each time on the container. This is great for oatmeal etc!
Attach command hooks (upside down) to your trash can to hold the bag on!
No more drilling holes for curtains! Simply use command strip hooks!
Wanting to store your dryer and straightener but not damage the cabinet? Simply use command strip hooks to hold a metal file holder to the cabinet!
This is two great ideas in one! Use a shower caddy as a produce rack and use a command hook to hang it!
Organize Command Hooks Using These Ideas
Thanks for reading these tips and suggestions, so you can organize with Command Hooks. Although there are many ways to use ways and hanging hardware for storage, Command Hooks are by far the most convenient! I keep them stocked in my hardware closet along with all the practical items like light bulbs and drawer liners. What are some of your favorite uses? If you have your own Command Hook stories, then share them in the comments! For more organizational tips, have a look at these pantry ideas!