Unless you’re blessed with having a gift wrap station (or room) chances are your method of storing loose bundles of wrapping paper is not up to its optimal potential. Short of having to create a party corner like this one—although we definitely don’t discourage you from doing so—there are a handful of ways you can tidy up your approach to storing gift wrap, all the while preventing clutter or damaging the paper itself. Read on for a few of our favorite organizational hacks you can easily DIY—you won’t be sorry.
A wire basket (vibrant color ways highly encouraged) helps keep the tubes consolidated while providing a colorful, desk-side accent.
Elongated vases of varying lengths provide ample sources of storage for all – kraft paper and one-of-a-kind wrap sheets included.
Attach a pair of hooks (a few inches greater than the length of the wrapping paper roll) along the length of the wall. Slide a thin rod to sit within the hooks, and string a wrapping tube through each line.
Fasten a 20″ wire cord along the length of a wall, and hook each roll to the line using binder clips or dainty fasteners.
Empty shelf space? Install a set of tension rods at varying heights, fastening each of the wrapping paper rolls at alternating levels.
For the pegboard that doubles as your wrapping station, place a pair of pegs at a tube’s length, to hold your collection in place. Cork boards work just as well!
A hinged table makes for a cleverly concealed wrap station, while a vertical installment of tension rods allow for a streamlined organizational system.
Maximize every available square inch of a storage closet – doors included! A compact basket near the base of the door helps contain the rolls, reinforced by a set of elastic string wraps.
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