Tips No. 15. Declutter grimy winter footwear in your entryway. Grimy shoes are scattered all over your hallway. Place a boot tray next to the front door. You can find them at local home improvement superstore. You can go the extra mile for your family by putting wheels on the tray. It makes stylish boot statement. For that purpose, you can also design a rolling shoe crate.
Tips No. 26. Sports equipment and outdoor toys.Kids’ items for outdoor activities are usually scattered in your entryway. You can use a trash can for these items, but there are a lot of advanced ideas.a. Use duffel bags for sports equipment. Tote bags are also a great idea.b. Hang up tennis rackets on the walls. There are other items that can be hung on hooks on the wall, too. Let your imagination run wild!c. You can designate a spot for each of sports activity. Kids’ bins are perfect solutions for these items.d. For small items that tend to get thrown around you can use an old bookshelf.
Tips No. 323. Teach your little ones to be organized – multicolored drawers.Teaching kids some good organizing habits can be tricky, but it's worth the effort. Is anything better than entering into kids’ room and seeing a clean and organized space?The multicolored drawers offer plenty of storage space for different kids’ items such as socks, caps, underwear, etc. Your child will learn that underwear goes in green, caps in yellow, and so on. Easy!PETSLife hacks for a clutter-free pet's area“Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened.” – Anatole France.If your home is jammed with pet knickknacks and you can’t manage it, it’s time to relax. You always do your best, but things are getting out of control sometimes. No big deal!You can learn how to keep pets’ stuff organized. Organization of “pet zone” requires decluttering, cleaning, and sorting to make your space a calming haven. Let's get organized!