Tips No. 33. Reorganize and declutter floating shelves in the kitchen.Now, you have to declutter floating shelves in the kitchen. The way you organize your shelves also plays a part in making a clean and tidy kitchen.a. Place a large quilt on the floor.b. Remove items from your floating shelves, one by one and transfer them to the quilt. In this way, you can see an abundance of stuff in your kitchen. You may need to remove some items to the other room.c. It’s time to clean your items that have gotten dusty.d. Afterwards, place things back in floating shelves.And remember – Balance is the key to a happy kitchen. Don’t overfill your space with a lot of things. Realistically, how many baking dishes, measuring cups or graters do you need? Get rid of the surplus and take back your kitchen!
Tips No. 124. How to organize your drawers once and for all?Bathroom drawers can work wonders to tame clutter. We often wonder how bathroom drawers get so messy?a. First, take the drawers out and empty them. Bring all items together. Check expiration dates and check each and every item. Ask yourself, "Can I see myself using this again". If you think you will never use it again, simply throw it away.b. Clean up your drawers.c. Then, you can decorate your drawers. You can coat the inside of your drawers with wallpaper cut to fit. Use drawer dividers and decluttering-smart clear bins to take the organization to the next level!
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.