Tips No. 142. Your cocktail cabinet.Do you like cocktails and romantic dinners? Are your spirits and liquors scattered all over kitchen and dining room? If your answer is yes – consider organizing a cocktail cabinet.a. Sort items into categories.b. Assign a space for your mixers, ice buckets shakers, trays, and other cocktail party equipment.c. Assign a space for the bottles and group them into categories.d. Line the shelves with paper or cork linings and place your glasses on it. Keep glasses upright and in widely spaced rows.
Tips No. 170. Baskets for your work zone.Here’s a great hack for your work zone, especially for those with tiny workspace – Use hooks to hang baskets on the wall! You can use old wire basket and paint them to add vintage charm to your space.This trick makes your everyday job beautiful! Of course, this system will be easy to maintain because your items are in sight. You will be so happy that your tiny workspace has clean surfaces and a bit of personality.
Tips No. 272. Declutter kid’s room – surplus furniture.If kid’s room is jammed with surplus furniture, it’s time to declutter. Having too many tables, baskets, kids tabourets, and other things make the room appear smaller.a. Get rid of surplus furniture Think what will stay and what will go. You can sell them at the garage sale or you can donate them. The same basic rule for decluttering applies here – less is more!b. The way you arrange furniture can make a big difference. Find a spot for each and every piece that makes the most sense to you.