Tips No. 19. Take the entryway organization to the next level.Do you have coat stand that is cluttered with coats, jackets, gloves, and scarves? And your coat stand takes too much space, right?a. Declutter your coat stand. Get rid of excess items. Donate some of your coats and jackets to charity.b. A row of wall pegs can be a great asset.c. Then, you can use clothespins that have a hook for wet mittens or gardening gloves. These hooks can be found at a local hardware store or home centers.
Tips No. 248. Add glam with narrow shelves.Add style and glamour to your home with narrow shelves. They are perfect for easy access to the things you use every day in your living room. Remember – any unused space is a great spot for storage space! Don't neglect the corners because they are the perfect place for those shelves. Small narrow shelves will provide you with just enough space for your everyday items, as well as beautiful display space for your collectables.
Tips No. 270. Declutter kids' rooms – well begun is half done!While the same basic rules for decluttering apply when you organize children’s room, there are some small differences and the additional considerations. How to begin?a. First and foremost, you should involve your kids in the process of decluttering their rooms. The primary and the most important goal is to teach them how to care for their things.b. Before you start decluttering, sit down and try to explain the organization process to them. They should understand basics, so stick to simplicity. Everything else will be described during the process. Decluttering and organizing are best shown by example.c. Make space for children’s questions. If children understand what is expected of them, they will be much more cooperative.