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15 Necessary Winter Storage Hacks for Small Spaces

StyleCaster | Kristen Bousquet

When it gets cold out, we spend more time inside; and when we hang out more indoors, we tend to accumulate more crap. From bulky coats and boots to the crock pot and slow-cooker you’ll want to have on hand (but out of sight), it’s very helpful to have some sneaky storage hacks on hand by the time winter hits – at least, if you don’t want to feel like a complete pack rat by the time spring rolls around.

For every room, it’s all about getting creative with where to hide and organize your stuff. For example, using vintage storage cubes for all your bathroom towels or hanging your fall accessories from walls or knobs on the wall, these tricks will help you save a ton of space and free up as much open space as you can in your home.

Ahead, check out and steal some of the smartest winter storage hacks we’ve seen.

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Cube Storage for Winter Boots

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Platform Under-Bed Storage for Winter Accessories

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Holiday Decor Storage

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Laundry Room Storage for Bulky, Dirty Winter Clothes

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Simple Wooden Hanging Baskets for Office Supplies

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Bathroom Storage for Winter Beauty and Bath Products

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Chic Filing Cabinet for Holiday Receipts

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Cube Storage Mini Bar

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Garage Storage for Shovels and Other Winter Tools

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Hidden Jewelry Storage Rack

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Pegboard Kitchen Storage for Winter Cooking and Baking

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Storage for Kitchen Food and Baking Supplies

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Winter Storage for Laundry and Cleaning Supplies

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DIY Hanging Jewelry Storage

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Winter Hat Storage on Walls

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