Wrapping Paper Storage Solutions That Keep The Clutter Under Control

If you enjoy decorating the gifts yourself and personalizing them for your friends, then you should think about having a station with wrapping paper storage. It makes everything a lot easier. Wrapping gifts is a pleasure when you don’t have to fight to keep the paper straight and in place.

Wall-Mounted Rods.

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Install rods like the ones you use for hanging clothes in a section of a wall-mounted cabinet and turn that space into a storage area for your wrapping paper. Each role has its own designated place and you can also store the decorating tape on the same rods.

Hooks And Dowels.

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Create a wall-mounted storage area for your wrapping paper using metal hooks and wooden dowels. Installing them is easy and you can use any free space. Consider placing the hooks on your closet door for example.{found on armelleblog}.

Cupboard Storage

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Use your home office furniture to create original storage for the wrapping paper. For example, if you have open shelf storage in your cupboards, you can turn one or two cubbies into storage for the paper rolls.

Behind Closed Doors.

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by Wing Wong

The laundry room can be a place as good as any for wrapping gifts. You already have a counter and you can turn a wall-mounted cabinet into your own little station. Store the paper and tape on rods and all the other little accessories and decorations in bags which you can mount on the inside of the doors.

Drying Racks.

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The laundry room also provides you with a variety of other ideas and supplies. For example, use drying racks for storing wrapping paper. If you mount them on the wall you save space and they’re right there if you need them.

Island Craft Station.

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by Susan Martin-Gibbons

A small island would make a perfect gift wrapping station. You have the counter, the built-in storage with shelves and drawers for all your supplies and you can install rods on the side for the paper. If you have a big role you might as well place it on the counter for easy access.

Secret Island Drawer.

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Devote a secret drawer to wrapping paper. Place the roles horizontally or however they fit better and they’ll sit there nice and organized, waiting for you to look for them when you need them. You can use one of the drawers from your kitchen or laundry room island.

Built-in Cubbies.

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Small cubbies like these ones also work just fine. They look tiny but they’re very spacious if what you’re storing there is long and thin, like the wrapping paper rolls. Organize them by size, color or however you prefer.

Drawers.

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Pull-out drawers are not exactly great for storing lots of small things. On the other hand, they’re a nice solution for storing paper rolls and other similar supplies. Shallow drawers are better because you only have one row of rolls and they remain organized.

Pull-out Station.

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Extra long wrapping paper rolls don’t fit in standard drawers so you’ll have to find another solution. Store them straight up in a pull-out station like this one. Slide it out and get the roll you need without damaging the others.

Milk Crate Storage.

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Don’t want to use up the space in your cabinets? That’s fine too. Use a milk crate to store your wrapping paper. Place it on the floor, near your desk. Simple, practical and with plenty of potential for customization.

Storage On Wheels.

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Having a mobile storage unit for your wrapping paper and supplies is actually very practical. You can take it with you in any of the rooms. When not needed, store it in the closet with all the other things. You can make your own mobile container from a pallet or a crate.{found on meukisleuk}.

Use The Recycle Bin.

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Here’s another great idea: put castors on a recycle bin and you’ll have a mobile container for all your colorful wrapping paper. You can also skip the wheels and then it will simply be a repurposed bin.{found on chezlarsson}.

Door Storage.

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Use the inside of your closet doors or the door in your home office or laundry room to mount racks and containers for your decorating tape, wrapping paper and all your other craft supplies. It’s practical and lets you save floor and cabinet space.{found on shescraftycrafty}.