Best handmade storage & organization products according to redditors

We found 10 Reddit comments discussing the best handmade storage & organization products. We ranked the 8 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Handmade baskets & bins
Handmade bathroom storage & organization products
Handmade kitchen storage & organization products
Handmade clothing & wardrobe storage
Handmade home storage hooks
Handmade racks & shelves
Handmade storage products
Handmade storage bags
Handmade office storage & organization products
Handmade wedding dress hangers
Handmade ring bearer pillows

Top Reddit comments about Handmade Storage & Organization:

u/scodd84 · 104 pointsr/somethingimade

A couple notes:

  • There's a 2-3" gap between the non-end books and the wall that should allow for air to circulate and keep the modem relatively cool (or at least keep it from getting too hot). I'm also monitoring it with an infrared thermometer to make sure it doesn't get too warm.
  • The modem is plugged into the round white thing on top of the books. That's Google WiFi which is where my wireless network actually comes from so there's no signal loss.
  • The books were all bought from used bookstores for <$5. We didn't want to cannibalize our books so we felt like giving books that seemed to be on their last leg a sort of forever home.


    If you're interested in this but don't feel like making it, go here. Not trying to steal anyone's livelihood. Just felt like trying to make something.
u/novahouseandhome · 5 pointsr/homeowners
u/AtTheTopOfMyLungs · 4 pointsr/teaching
u/the1andonlyE · 2 pointsr/Gifts
u/LeapOfFae · 2 pointsr/seriouseats

Thanks! The mug is actually my friend's yarn bowl. It's even cuter in person.

u/madhooker · 2 pointsr/crochet

So, I found these on Amazon... Handmade and if you message the maker he will burn the size on the side of them. I am in love with them! I have two and I want to treat myself to another one for Christmas I think...

u/thepersonwiththeface · 1 pointr/InteriorDesign

There's a company that makes mounts for putting cable boxes behind wall mounted TVs. There are probably other companies with this sort of product too. I don't know if that would work for your setup or not.

I don't know if it's possible to route the wires through the wall to a better/less visible area.

There are some gun safe hidden compartment mantles people will make for you. Google brings up a few. Could also DIY it if you're handy.

Otherwise you could hide it in something decorative like fake books or a box or behind a picture or something.

u/_GoKartMozart_ · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Personally I'm a fan of a small shelf like this. Allows for easier access, and I just like the rustic wooden look. You could probably build them yourself for pretty cheap if you wanted.

If the frames match your decor better then like the other guys said, Michael's is a good place to get them.