Looking for a quick, affordable and easy way to take your organizing skills to the next level? Use this handy dandy guide to discover a few simple ways you can get a clutter-free home.
Don’t Throw Out Those Shoeboxes
Use old shoeboxes to create perfect in drawer organization and storage. Get rid of those sloppy bundles of socks and hastily folded underwear. Put all those old shoeboxes to work!
Is your kid’s room filled to the brim with stuffed toys? Try using velcro to secure and organize smaller plushies on the wall.
Don’t Shell Out for a Dry Erase Board
Did you know that you can use a picture frame, filled with scrapbooking paper of your choice as a background, to create a small dry erase board? Completely customizable, this is a great way to decorate AND stay organized.
Step Ladders Make Great Tables
You can use a small and gently worn step stool as the perfect bedside or end table (depending on the height of your bed and / or furniture). A more minimalist take, this is a way to add a vintage edge to your decor and keep that clutter at bay beside the bed.
Magnets, Magnets Everywhere…
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – MAGNETS. Use them to keep everything from small health and beauty items (like bobby pins, tweezers, nail clippers, etc.), kitchen utensils (knives, cutters) and even kitchen spices and miscellaneous small items organized. Used in strips or small roundels, there’s a million different ways to get organized with magnets.
Always losing your keys? Turn an unused picture frame into a beautiful and completely customizable key holder than you can proudly display anywhere.
Tension Rods Solve Almost Everything
Secure a tension rod in the cabinet underneath your bathroom or kitchen sink, then hook on your most frequently used sprays and scrubbers for instant access.