Tips No. 134. Keep dining room cabinet organized.Is your dining room a catch-all for clutter? Most of the odds end up in the corner of your cabinet. This plan will get your cabinet in shape and help prevent clutter from building up in the future.First, you should find a place for things you use every day. They should be at your fingertips. If you have limited space in your cabinet, remove rarely used items to the another place in the house. In this way, you can easily organize your casual dinnerware and everyday items such as a tablecloth, napkins, cutlery, etc.Sort by category: for example, 1) napkins and napkin rings, 2) cutlery, etc.Now, you only need to maintain this new clutter-free environment you've created. Bravo!
Tips No. 242. Dining room organizations – baskets.If you find you can't use your living room for what it meant to do because of certain reasons, it’s time to solve this problem. This is the area where the family can socialize with one another. Your living room is a perfect place for gatherings with family and friends. However, if your living room is jammed with stuff, it cannot serve its purpose.If your living room is filled with knick-knacks, consider buying pretty straw baskets. Baskets are great organization tools for living room. You can keep lots different things in them. Remove clutter from your coffee table, armchairs, and floor. You can go one step further and purchase the baskets with handles to hang them on a wall using hooks.
Tips No. 317. Declutter kids' clothes – basics.When you go to declutter your kids' clothes, find some large boxes such as moving boxes, as well as a couple of garbage bags. You can also ask for empty boxes at your grocery store or local restaurant. Here is a simple question to keep in mind: Is this really useful? Here are some guidelines to get started decluttering of children’s clothes:a. Toss, donate, or recycle. Take everything out of the kids’ closet. Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted pieces of clothing. Don’t keep the pieces of clothes that need repair, unless you are planning to repair them.b. Clean up. Then, wipe down the interior and shelves.c. What's the purpose? Keep things that are in wearable condition. Throw away the items with stains or tiny holes.d. “To be, or not to be...” Create a “maybe” box if you are unsure about some items. Make final decisions within a month.e. The best part. Create your shopping list.f. Outgrown kids’ clothes. Carefully store outgrown kids’ clothes if there are younger siblings that can wear hand-me-downs.