15 Brilliant Dollar Tree Ideas for Organizing Your Home

by Simplify

Lisa Burningham is a home and lifestyle expert and popular Youtuber who loves to share brilliant home hacks with all of her subscribers. Today, she is sharing Dollar Tree ideas for your home so that you can stay organized, pick up the latest in trendy decor, and make your house feel like a home.

When it comes to Dollar Tree home organization, Lisa says to start with plate holders—which can be used to hold plates, pots and pans lids, deli meat in the refrigerator, and even aluminum foil and plastic wrap when hung over your cabinet doors.

Another brilliant home organization hack that Lisa shares is to use a zippered linen bag for the laundry room to gather all of the plastic grocery bags you store until they can be reused again.

Plus, Lisa says there are all kinds of items at Dollar Tree that have practical uses for your home that you may never have thought of. For example, you can add car fresheners onto the metal vent covers in your home so they release a fresh scent every time the heat or air conditioner kicks on.

Or, you can use magic erasers to clean the soles of sneakers and dryer sheets to remove smells that have settled into your shoes or eliminate deodorant marks off of your dark shirts.

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Looking for Dollar Tree home decor? Lisa loves all of the cut glass jars they offer which can store olive oil, vanilla, or almond extract while looking quite decorative on your kitchen countertop. She also recommends adding a ribbon and giving it away as gifts.

Dollar Tree ideas for your home

Lisa has so many creative Dollar Tree ideas for your home that there are far too many to list. From Dollar Tree DIY home decor to the latest in Dollar Tree crafts for your home, she certainly has you covered.

For more Dollar Tree shopping ideas, discover how to have an affordable Dollar Tree Christmas or the 20 best things to buy at Dollar Tree this season.

To see more videos, check out the Lisa Burningham YouTube channel.

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