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. 141. Keep your sideboard neat and tidy.Coasters, china, stemware, silverware bottle openers, and so on. There are a lot of things in your sideboard. This piece of furniture is designed to hold so many items and because of that it is perfect for your dining room. How to keep it organized and enjoy your dining room to the fullest?a. Set aside some time, e.g. on Saturday morning, after family breakfast. Remove everything from the sideboard and bring together. Toss damaged, broken, and useless things. Donate duplicates and things that you will never use again.b. Further, wipe down your sideboard and remove dust and spills. Clean and polish each item.c. Create groups for all things that you will put back on the sideboard. Designate a spot for each group of items. Decide how to store them: vertically or horizontally. Arrange your items and enjoy the new look of your sideboard!
Tips No. 255. Cut the book clutter with stylish bookcases.A stylish bookcase is one of the best ways to keep your books neatly organized. They are perfect for storing magazines, ornaments, family photographs, and other accessories.You can go one step further and use bookends and magazine holders.Use fabric-covered box files for storing day-to-day paperwork.