Tips No. 55. Organize your canned goods and jars once and for all.Every family likes canned goods. Jam, pickled vegetables, salads, yummy! Organizing canned goods and jars in a pantry can be achieved in many different ways. Of course, it depends on your own preferences. This is a handy tip that will save the space in your pantry.Add a tiered shelf to the pantry to see easily all of your jars. How to choose the right tiered shelves? Here are three major criteria: 1) pay attention to the size of the canned goods you typically store; 2) consider the amounts of your canned goods; 3) pay attention to space available in your kitchen or pantry.Then, arrange your jars and cans and enjoy. A great option for corralling the various canned goods is to utilize an over-the-door organizer. It’s time to take back your pantry!
Tips No. 156. Small furniture will open up your space.No matter how big your bedroom is, opt for small pieces of furniture and you will free up your space significantly. It’s better to have a few pieces with drawers and a few floating shelves than a large closet. In this way, you will achieve the better results because each and every item will find their "home". In the large closet, they could be scattered and invisible.
Tips No. 319. Clutter-busting ideas for your little ones.Remember – every solution must fit the child. Each and every storage solution has to be kid-friendly. Obviously, you can’t use a storage such hanging rods or dresser drawer that are out of reach. Each and every piece of furniture, as well as storage space, must be suitable and accessible to small hands. Here are some useful ideas to tackle the storage problems:You can remove closet doors for easier access.Look for child-sized hangers.Then, you have to lower hanging rods.Use floor-level baskets and bins as much as you can.Consider building a comfy built-in window seat.Consider buying a small dresser with a few drawers.Don’t forget – under the bed is a clever and useful storage spot. You can use under bed carts with wheels.