Tips No. 56. Organize your bulk items and dried goods.Bean bags, flour, rice, oats, sugar, cereals, lentils, and the other dried goods need their special place. It is true they take up a lot of space, but if they are well organized, you will not have that issue. Dried goods can create a lot of dirt, too. These foods make a lot of crumbs all over the kitchen cabinets. Especially open bags!a. First of all, get a supply of glass jars.b. Next, check expiration dates and toss expired dried goods.c. Sort your food into groups. For example, bring all types of sugar together: powdered sugar, brown sugar, caster sugar, granulated sugar, etc. Put each type of sugar into a separate jar. Add labels for easier orientation. Done!d. Afterwards, you should follow this rule – put every jar back into its proper spot after the usage. That’s it!
Tips No. 163. Use every corner in your tiny bedroom.If you don’t have a closet in the bedroom, you can hang your clothes on a tension rod. You can also hang towels and other items. If you are a fan of the simplicity, this is a right solution for you. And when you want to find some item, you will always know where it is.
Tips No. 236. Old-fashioned ottoman.This is an excellent storage furniture because it can conceal a large number of items. Ottoman comes in a variety of styles, designs, sizes, and colors, so you can bring organization to your living room in a stylish way.Remove the lid and you can store anything from blankets to toys.