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. 285. Use recycled storage – "monkey see, monkey do" method.Your little ones learn by the "monkey see, monkey do" method. So you have to set a good example. Teach your child that he/she doesn’t need stuff to be happy. Find a creative, cheap and fun way to stash and organize these necessities.Watercolor pens, pom poms, feathers, and other items are scattered all over the desk. Use empty coffee cans to store crafting items and declutter work area. Simply wrap these cans in a decorative paper of choice and arrange them on kids’ desk. Kids will be delighted! You can also repurpose old galvanized buckets.
Tips No. 354. Declutter your garage – tackle this task over the weekend.If your garage is a messy place filled with unnecessary items, it’s time to take back this valuable space.The garage is usually jammed with tools, equipment, automotive gear, seasonal supplies, etc. Unfortunately, the garage is holding area for the clutter from the house, too. However, you have to solve this clutter problem sooner or later.You can apply some of these ideas and find what suits your usage level.One of the best methods to declutter garage is to divide this space into zones. For example, automotive, tools, gardening, and storage. If you find some items that don’t fit into one of these designated "zones", consider donating or tossing them. It's just that simple!