Tips No. 91. Keep drawers organized.Utilize your drawers to organize heavy-use items that are most frequently used. For example, keep all your peelers together, or all of your rubber scrapers or can openers. If you are lacking empty drawers, adhesive hooks are also great for this purpose. Carefully organize all of your cutting tools such as knives, cheese cutters, scissors, apple slicer, and so on. Afterwards, keep all less common items together. These are items for special occasions like temperature gadgets, pastry tools, or fishing fillet equipment. It’s a great look!
Tips No. 301. It’s time to get organized – built-in shelving systems.It’s a fact – accumulating toys is much easier than giving them away. Decluttering toys can be tricky, but you can get them into ship-shape for sure. You only need enough storage space and good clever plan to store your items.Try to use every inch of available space in child’s room with built-in shelving systems. The lower shelves can be used for small toys and favorites while the upper shelves can display artwork and collectibles.
Tips No. 315. Two life-changing decluttering hacks – reuse old toys!“Inside of every problem lies an opportunity.” – Robert Kiyosaki.There is no doubt, finding a clever solution for organization of many toys can be very challenging. Keeping all toys in one place is difficult never ending battle. However, there are many solutions if you are willing to roll up your sleeves and face this problem. And you realize: every problem has a solution.a. Instead of buying new storage containers, old Lego blocks can be used to corral small toys. Children can also keep their art supplies there.b. The second idea is to use some of old wooden building blocks as modern design hooks! In this way, you get some interesting hooks to hang shawls, bags or keys. Thus, you will free up space in kid’s room and make the most of old toys.