Tips No. 24. Use stylish wrought iron hooks.Do you want to have some everyday items at your fingertips? You can use some pretty wrought iron hooks to hold seasonal jackets, pet leashes, bags, baskets with handles, and other things. Life is beautiful when you have simple tricks up your sleeve! You can also hang the basket to hold small items such as keys or papers. Each family member will be assigned a couple of hooks for holding seasonal and everyday items. Lovely!
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. 314. A clever idea for big toys.Toys everywhere. Large dolls, big plastic toys, toy trucks, and other big toys create a lot of our clutter. Keep big toys well organized and easily accessible by putting them in a plastic hamper! You can get your kids to pick up their toys. They only need a special place for their special items. It doesn't matter how much that special place costs. It could be an old basket as you can see. It’s important to teach your kids to declutter their playroom.