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. 241. Tackle kids’ belongings.If your children use coffee table for board games and drawing, no big deal. Teach them to clear the supplies off coffee table after each usage. Then, they should store their belongings at the place designated. Gather small items such as toy bricks and blocks, pencils and kids craft supplies and conceal them. Nevertheless, the best solution is to set up desks or work table for those activities. However, if you don’t have a space for an additional furniture, use stylish canvas storage bins and declutter your living room. It is a great solution when you are in a hurry.
Tips No. 294. A great idea to organize and store kids’ books.There are a lot of inexpensive and practical ways to organize books in kids’ room. One of the most creative ideas is built-in bookshelves! You can use cheap and available materials and build amazing storage space for kids’ books. If you tend to avoid custom-made shelves and you are planning to make your own DIY shelves to match décor – consider creating built-in bookshelves. Good luck!