Tips No. 133. Declutter dining room cabinet.You should find space for your porcelain dinnerware sets, tablecloths, candles, expensive glasses, napkins and other items. Dining storage allows you to keep everything neat and tidy. However, if your dining storage is jammed with clutter, you probably waste your time searching for a certain item. Luckily, there is a great way to declutter dining room cabinets.a. Step one: Take everything out including cabinet organizers like shelf dividers. It will help you to see the available space in the cabinet.b. Step two: Wipe down your cabinet and remove dust and spills.c. Step three: This is the fun part. You should make six piles – "keep in cabinet", "put away in another place", "give away", "sell", "trash", and "recycle (repurpose)".Keep in mind – Small appliances are fun to shop for, but after a while, most of them seem to disappear into the darkness of your cabinet. Some of them have sentimental significance, but you don’t use them and they just gather dust. Resolve sentiment and throw away all these unwanted and useless things.Now, you are ready to organize your dining room cabinet.
Tips No. 229. You get a lot of extra storage with hanging shelves.There are a lot of necessities that make our living room looks messy. Especially if we have kids. However, what to do with this pile of newspapers, books, toys, snacks and other items that are scattered all over your living room?What about floating shelves?! Floating shelves are inexpensive and practical solutions for your living room. Floating shelves are easy to install so you will get an extra storage without taking up floor space. You can find them in popular colors and different sizes to fit within your living room. Good luck!
Tips No. 355. Focus on one area at a time.Set the mood with your favorite music and get to work! Focus on one area at a time. Try to break down the job into a few small manageable tasks and avoid discouragement and tiredness.a. Bring all items together. Consider tossing, selling or donating unwanted items. Get rid of things "just in case", too.b. The rest of items that you have decided to keep, group by categories.c. Use large totes because they can hold many things.d. Designate an empty bin for the clutter from your house. From time to time, you should empty this bin and maintain this clutter-free environment.