Tips No. 90. Hang wrapping paper rolls on your closet ceiling.Do you like to have a few rolls of gift wrap for Holidays? If you always store a couple of gift wrap rolls on hand, this solution will work for you. If you don’t have a handy storage, you should consider putting anchor screws in a wall and running galvanized wire in a closet ceiling. And Voila! It will utilize wasted space and colorful rolls of wrapping paper will have their designated spot.
Tips No. 197. How to declutter your scarves?Are your scarves scattered all over your house? Do you waste your time looking for your favorite scarf that matches your red coat? Here’re a few steps you should follow and decluttering your scarves will be a breeze.a. Bring everything together. You will get a messy pile.b. Then, throw out outworn, damaged, and shabby scarves. Get rid of everything you have not worn for the past year. Keep only necessary scarves and purge the rest.c. Lastly, only store what you will use. Many professional organizers advise us to fold our scarves instead of hanging them. However, it depends on your personal preferences and storage solutions.
Tips No. 311. Use a shoe organizer to declutter small toys.You can organize children’s items right now. If you don’t want to spend your money on new baskets, bins and other organizers, use a shoe organizer to hold all kids’ plastic dolls. This idea works for plastic animals, small balls, marbles, play mobiles, fast food toys, etc. There is a rule – out of sight, out of mind! Make sure to choose transparent shoe organizer, so kids can easily reach the toys.a. First, bring all small toys together.b. Then, go through these toys, getting rid of everything that missing parts and that are broken.c. Invite your kids to join you and help you to choose which things to give away and which things they would like to keep.d. Clean a shoe organizer properly.e. Then, put plastic toys into this amazing organizer. You and your kids can group all items into categories. Anyway, this solution will give your kids more space to play in their room.