Tips No. 15. Declutter grimy winter footwear in your entryway. Grimy shoes are scattered all over your hallway. Place a boot tray next to the front door. You can find them at local home improvement superstore. You can go the extra mile for your family by putting wheels on the tray. It makes stylish boot statement. For that purpose, you can also design a rolling shoe crate.
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. 195. Organize your caps and hats.If you are a cap addict or you have a collection of well-loved caps, here is a simple hack for keeping your caps and hats tidy and organized. It is really important to get rid of unwanted cups. Consider a question: Do I really think it's worth it to have all these caps in my house? Find a local place to donate them or sell them at garage sale.Of course, you can store them one inside the other, but there is a better solution to keep them properly. How about simple hooks? And each and every cap, winter cap, baseball cap and hat gets its own place. Many of us like simple solutions without spending too much money and complicated installations, right? Use wardrobe hooks to keep your cap collection organized.