Tips No. 8. Life hack – mudroom cubby systems! Mudroom cubbies can bring order to all these accessories you and your family use on a daily basis. A lot of items such as toys, shopping bags, boxes newspapers, flip-flops, backpacks, handbags have a way of getting dumped around your doorway. If you prefer more hidden storage, don’t use open cubbies. You should install cubbies with doors. Then, pay attention to the size of your cubbies. You don’t want those cubbies take up most of space in your mudroom. This great and useful piece of furniture helps keep your entryway clutter-free. And remember – your foyer is the first place that guests see when they enter your house. Choose some chic mudroom cubbies and make a great first impression!
Tips No. 125. Solve overstuffed drawers.With the right setup, there’s a place for each and every bathroom item.After decluttering, create three piles:1) Items that should go in the drawer;2) Stuff that shouldn’t go in the drawer;3) Clutter and garbage.Deal with the clutter immediately and group necessary items by category. For example, tuck your hairdryer and other corded appliances in a basket; then, put the basket into decluttered drawer. Put the rest of your items back in place using the baskets. As you can see, the solution is simpler than you thought.
Tips No. 275. Organize a comfortable sleeping area.It’s so easy to let a child’s room turn chaotic; moreover, most people have a small child’s bedroom. It’s important to declutter bed and under bed space periodically.a. Pick all the garbage off the floor and throw it away. Remove all items that don’t belong in kids’ bedroom.b. You should only have pillows and one soft toy on the child’ bed.c. Then, declutter a bedside table. Free up space for necessities such as a glass of water, a lamp, and maybe a magazine or a book. Consider buying a bedside table with drawers so your child will be able to put necessities back. In this way, you will keep it from getting too messy.