Today I’m going to show you how to organize DVDs. Last year I wrote a post on how I organize our living room with our TV console and everyone saw this picture and wanted to know how I organized my DVDs.
So let me back up here for a second. I started writing this post 2 years ago, yes TWO, and never finished it! So all the “before” pictures for this post are from our old house. 🙂 We’ve also bought a lot more movies since then so if I did a before picture now the stack would be twice as tall!
How to organize DVDs
Here’s what you need:
- DVD Sleeves
- There are lots of different types available but THESE are the ones I have.
- About 30 minutes, depending on how many DVDs you have
Here’s what I do when we buy a movie. First I pull the DVDs out and put them in a sleeve. There are 2 slots in the sleeve so if there’s a Blue Ray version and a non-Blue Ray version I can keep both of them together. I also keep movies like Cars 1 and Cars 2 together in the same sleeve.
Then I pull the paper cover out of the original DVD case and cut it to fit the sleeve. I like to save the front cover of the DVDs because it makes it easier to identify the movies when you’re looking through them.
Slide the cover into the sleeve, then slide the DVD sleeve behind it and you’re done!
Here’s what my before and after stack looked like 2 years ago and I guarantee it would be twice as big now!
Look at the size difference between the original DVD case and the DVD sleeve.
Here’s what our DVDs look like now and we own 52 movies. Pretty amazing that 52 DVDs can fit in that small of a space, right?!
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