Tips No. 136. Declutter the dining room table.Any type of clutter tends to accumulate on your dining room table if kitchen accessories and other items don't have a designated place where they are stored. So take the time to declutter and clear off your table.a. Step one: Bring them all together and start sorting into three categories: "kitchen accessories", "other accessories", and "dining room accessories". It will take less than 10 minutes.b. Step two: Now you need to find a spot for each and every item. Put away things that do not belong here. Things that belong in the kitchen, take them to the kitchen. The other things will need their "homes" in the other rooms of the house.c. Step three: arrange items from the third category and keep them organized on your dining table.Afterwards, to maintain a clear dining table henceforward, you will need to find homes for all the things that seem to accumulate on your dining table. That's all you've got to do.
Tips No. 252. Organize your mini bar.For this purpose, you can find a metal cart with glass and bottle support. It is just what you need to make things a lot easier. When you’re hosting a party, use your rolling cart. Simply move the whole station all over your living room.
Tips No. 282. A savvy solution for small items.If kids’ room is jammed with tons of clutter, transparent containers make your life easier! Transparent containers are practical because they offer an easy visibility of items. They are perfect for storing small items such as craft supplies and school supplies. You can stack your new containers and save space in kids’ room.If you are switching small items into new containers, try to maintain clutter-free area with a few easy tricks. Designate a spot for each category. For example, designate a box for crayons; then, label that box. Next, designate a box for watercolors, and so on. These transparent containers can hold anything. Kids will love them!