Tips No. 4. Remove off-season items and hide clutter instantly! There is an old space-saving idea – remove off-season items from your entryway. Don’t store them in your hall closet. It’s summertime and you still keep kids’ ski equipment in your entryway closet. Remove these items to another convenient place (e.g. basement, attic, garage etc.) You should also consider buying an attractive bureau (a chest of drawers) to hide unwanted items instantly. However, designate a spot for keys, a spot for sunglasses, wallets, etc. And stick to it.
Tips No. 187. An easy way to spring-clean your wardrobe.It is time to remove winter clothes because you will not need it until next season. You can store your winter clothes in a box. You can take a few boxes and label them: sweaters, jackets, scarves, winter hats. Then, organize your spring clothes. You can group your items according to the simple rule "like with like." Group them by sleeve length or color. Be creative and practical.Keep clothes that really suit you. Get rid of old and outworn clothes. Throw out those old skirts because you don't feel good in them. Get rid of those pants that no longer fit you. Take a special box for items you are donating to charity. It will make you feel better instantly.
Tips No. 225. Ideas for organizing your open shelving.Open shelving is a great idea to add some much-needed organization to your living room. Follow these simple rules and you will keep your living room shipshape.a. Preparation. First and foremost, make sure you'll have enough space. If you are not sure, consider buying adjustable shelving.b. Categorization. Group items by category. Put like with like.c. Imagination. Invest in good containers such as decorative wire baskets or vintage buckets. Let your imagination run wild!d. Presentation. Display your favorites like family heirlooms and photographs. However, be careful not to overcrowd your shelves.