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Tips No. 218. A stylish way to organize your clutches.If you are a purse addict, here is a simple hack for keeping your clutches and wallets well-organized. Don’t toss your collection of clutches into the dark abyss of a closet. You can keep them one inside the other, but there is a much better solution. How about a kitchen lid rack? And each and every clutch bag gets its own slot. Many of us love these simple solutions to create designated storage and keep things organized.You can move this rack to the dresser and keep your favorite clutch bags free of dust. Or you can transfer it to a shelf. Anyway, it can be a great decoration for girl’s room. So glam!
Tips No. 241. Tackle kids’ belongings.If your children use coffee table for board games and drawing, no big deal. Teach them to clear the supplies off coffee table after each usage. Then, they should store their belongings at the place designated. Gather small items such as toy bricks and blocks, pencils and kids craft supplies and conceal them. Nevertheless, the best solution is to set up desks or work table for those activities. However, if you don’t have a space for an additional furniture, use stylish canvas storage bins and declutter your living room. It is a great solution when you are in a hurry.
Tips No. 273. How to declutter children’s bedroom?Toss it or keep it. While you are going through the room, ask yourself: “Do my kids really need all these things in the bedroom?” and “Is anything in their sleeping area unused?”. Remember to ask: “What's important to my child?”. Then, toss unwanted items.Keep it simple. Make six piles together with your kids – “keep”, “put away in another place”, “give away”, “sell”, “trash”, and “recycle (repurpose)”.Sort. It is important to designate a spot for each and every item. Put items back in their places.