Tips No. 4. Remove off-season items and hide clutter instantly! There is an old space-saving idea – remove off-season items from your entryway. Don’t store them in your hall closet. It’s summertime and you still keep kids’ ski equipment in your entryway closet. Remove these items to another convenient place (e.g. basement, attic, garage etc.) You should also consider buying an attractive bureau (a chest of drawers) to hide unwanted items instantly. However, designate a spot for keys, a spot for sunglasses, wallets, etc. And stick to it.
Tips No. 82. Labels are great help for keeping kitchen items organized.There are many computer programs to print your labels. Labels come in printable PDF templates, which are editable. It means that you will be able to change colors, size, font types, etc. Just use different colors for different groups. Then, you have to glue them to containers. From now on, you will always know where everything is. Find these useful templates on the Internet and let your imagination go wild!
Tips No. 333. Declutter the laundry room – divide into zones.Laundry room tends to fall into chaos without the right decluttering plan. Here’s a plan to help you get well-organized. Divide your laundry room into zones: 1) an area for washer and dryer; 2) an area for laundry supplies; 3) drying zone; 4) laundry ironing and folding.Focus on one area at a time to simplify your decluttering process and get organized.