Tips No. 3. Mudroom organizing idea: Table with drawers. Your mudroom can be one of the most challenging rooms to keep organized. All year round. You and your kids bring lots of junk home. Umbrellas, shopping bags, briefcases, newspapers, all of these items have a way of getting dumped in the entryway. Don't let your entry room become a chaotic place. You can equip your mudroom with lockers, floating shelves, bins, baskets for outdoor toys, etc. Consider buying a nice table with a drawers and shelf underneath. So, you can place large items upon the shelf, while smaller things, like keys or papers, can go in the drawers.
Tips No. 201. Keep your skirts neat and tidy.Start by going through your wardrobe and deciding what skirts you need to get rid of. Try to give away your clothes rather than throw away. You never know who might be able to use your hand-me-downs. After that, you can sort the rest of your skirts. The great way to organize your skirts is to divide them into three zones. Here's how to store all your skirts.a. The first zone is designated for casual everyday skirts. For example, work skirts, beach skirts, etc. This zone should be very accessible.b. The second zone holds skirts that are used weekly or monthly. E.g. elegant and classy skirts for evening outings, fancy clothes skirts, etc.c. The third zone is designated for the skirts that are rarely used.Getting your closet fresh and well organized is a good first step toward using and enjoying it every day.
Tips No. 292. Choose the appropriate storage.Now, kids’ room is under control. Relatively. But half a loaf is better than none! So, be careful. If your children go back to their old habits, toys, clothing and papers are likely to start piling up again. Of course, you don't want that to happen! Therefore, you have to devote some time to your little ones, teaching them to follow good habits. You can teach your child that each and every item has a “home”.Your little ones learn by example and they want to be involved. Therefore, allow them to choose the “home” for their favorite books. Ask your child to help you select the right storage space. It is important that this storage should make sense for your child, not for you. Thus, your child will learn basic organizing skills.