Tips No. 136. Declutter the dining room table.Any type of clutter tends to accumulate on your dining room table if kitchen accessories and other items don't have a designated place where they are stored. So take the time to declutter and clear off your table.a. Step one: Bring them all together and start sorting into three categories: “kitchen accessories”, “other accessories”, and “dining room accessories”. It will take less than 10 minutes.b. Step two: Now you need to find a spot for each and every item. Put away things that do not belong here. Things that belong in the kitchen, take them to the kitchen. The other things will need their “homes” in the other rooms of the house.c. Step three: arrange items from the third category and keep them organized on your dining table.Afterwards, to maintain a clear dining table henceforward, you will need to find homes for all the things that seem to accumulate on your dining table. That's all you've got to do.
Tips No. 236. Old-fashioned ottoman.This is an excellent storage furniture because it can conceal a large number of items. Ottoman comes in a variety of styles, designs, sizes, and colors, so you can bring organization to your living room in a stylish way.Remove the lid and you can store anything from blankets to toys.
Tips No. 285. Use recycled storage – “monkey see, monkey do” method.Your little ones learn by the “monkey see, monkey do” method. So you have to set a good example. Teach your child that he/she doesn’t need stuff to be happy. Find a creative, cheap and fun way to stash and organize these necessities.Watercolor pens, pom poms, feathers, and other items are scattered all over the desk. Use empty coffee cans to store crafting items and declutter work area. Simply wrap these cans in a decorative paper of choice and arrange them on kids’ desk. Kids will be delighted! You can also repurpose old galvanized buckets.