Tips No. 129. Hair ties, ponytail holders, and headbands.For everyday hairstyle, make sure you're stocked up on essential hair accessories. Nevertheless, they are scattered throughout the bathroom, bedroom, and the other rooms. And they create clutter! Realistically, how many of those trinkets do you need? Therefore, get rid of old and useless headbands and ties. Free yourself from this type of clutter.You can use an oatmeal container for hair accessories storage. Or you can purchase an inexpensive decorative bin for that purpose.
Tips No. 192. You get a lot of extra storage with hanging shelves.There are a lot of things that we use on a daily basis. We just need these items each and every day. Especially if you have kids. Parents are aware of it. However, what to do with this pile of toys, house slippers that are scattered everywhere, socks, everyday accessories that you like to wear most frequently? When it comes to clearing clutter from your bedroom, these things are the first in the list. Are you looking for daily activity organizer? What about hanging shelves? Hanging shelves are inexpensive and practical solutions for tight spaces. They are easy to install because they have hangs from standard closet rods. Very simply. You can find them in popular colors and different sizes depending on their purpose. For example, you will be able to win the battle with clutter in your daughter’s room with pink colored hanging shelves. The possibilities are endless.
Tips No. 289. Small cubbies – storage and display.Whether you want to organize toys, craft supplies, or something else, small cubbies are always a great idea for kids’ room. They are easy to manage and rearrange. Follow these simple steps to declutter and reorganize your cubby storage.a. Take everything out and lay it on the ground.b. Throw out everything that is useless.c. Wipe down your cubbies.d. Reorganize and group craft supplies by categories. Use cans, bins or baskets to keep everything neat and tidy.It will be the great display for kids’ artwork, too.