Soon after the calendar page flips to December, my normally tidy home office turns into an organizational nightmare. During the holidays, this small space serves as both my storage area for gifts and my workspace for doing the actual wrapping, so it gets cluttered in a hurry!
And while I can’t do much about the piles of gifts, I could stand to do a lot more in terms of keeping my gift wrap supplies organized. And since clutter affects pretty much everyone, I thought I’d come up with practical solutions that can help us all stay more organized this month!
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing 10 different organizing solutions for gift wrap supplies. Whether you’re interested in storage boxes, hanging organizers, store-bought products, or DIY methods, you’re sure to the perfect solution for you somewhere in this list! :-)
10 Brilliant Ways To Organize Your Gift Wrap
1. Hanging Swivel Storage
If you have some space to spare in a coat closet or bedroom closet, this hanging swivel storage bin a great option! At just 11” by 10” wide and 33” tall, the main compartment of this narrow bin is an ideal size for wrapping paper tubes (and can fit up to 20 at once!)
This bin also rotates on its hanger to give you easy access to a number of nifty compartments and storage slots. They’re designed to hold your tissue paper, ribbon, bows, gift tags, and scissors so everything is right where you need it!
2. Hanging Gift Wrap Organizer
If you only have a few inches to spare on a closet rod, that’s more than enough for this hanging gift wrap organizer! It’s much more like a garment bag than a bulky bin, and features useful pockets for storing supplies.
It boasts a capacity of 8-10 rolls of wrapping paper, with various pockets for tissue paper, gift bags, and other supplies. This particular model also comes with a hook that fits over a door if you’d rather store it there!
3. Wrapping Paper Storage Box
For a storage solution that fits under a bed or on a shelf, check out this wrapping paper storage box! It can accommodate about two dozen rolls of paper, so it’s great for those who like to keep a variety of options!
The main compartment features a velcro divider for customizability, and the cover has pockets for tissue paper and other flat-ish supplies. It also comes with a 5-year warranty, meaning it’s likely built to last!
4. Wrapping Paper Bag
Perhaps you have your gift bags, tissue paper, bows, tape, and scissors neatly organized already, and just want to tidy up your rolls of wrapping paper. This duffel-style wrapping paper bag offers a simple solution, and at under $10, an affordable one too!
5. Everyday Garment Bag
If you have a spare garment bag at home, there’s no reason you couldn’t use it to organize your gift wrap! Rolls of wrapping paper fit neatly inside, and it takes up very little room in a closet.
For more quick and easy holiday hacks, be sure to check out the latest holiday edition of my “Why Didn’t I Think Of That?” series!
6. Laundry Hamper
Another organizing solution you may already have at home is a compartmented laundry hamper. Their deep fabric bins can hold a lot of wrapping paper rolls!
The separate compartments are also handy for sorting wrapping paper by occasion. Use one bin for Christmas stuff, another for birthday-themed paper, and so on.
7. Over-The-Door Pocket Organizer
With a few simple modifications, you can even use an over-the-door pocket organizer to store gift wrap! Just cut open the bottoms of some of the upper pockets and slide your wrapping paper through them.
Use the remaining intact pockets to store smaller supplies, and hang it over any door in the house!
8. Tension Rod & Curtain Clips
Your gift wrap storage solution can even be as simple as a tension rod and few curtain clips! Just thread a few clips onto the tension rod, then hang it wherever you have room for it.
Use the clips to hold wrapping paper, tissue paper, and other supplies. Easy!
9. Plastic Bag Holder
Plastic bag dispensers like this one are surprisingly good for wrapping paper! Just make sure to hang it lower than you normally might to accommodate the length of the rolls.
You can even add a few simple S-hooks to the dispenser to store other gift wrapping supplies!
10. Back Of A Door
The back of a door is a great place to create your own custom gift wrap storage station. Command offers dozens of useful adhesive products that can help you hang, clip, and arrange your gift wrap supplies.
Check out their bathroom products for adhesive bins, rods, and other organizing products that can be repurposed for gift wrap!
How do you organize your gift wrap supplies?