A great way to pass time in a productive way is to organize! Sometimes, we throw things in a cabinet or drawer and think we’ll get back to it later. Well… it’s later! We’ve compiled our favorite tips and tricks for organizing just about any space in your home. We would love to hear your tried and true tips for organizing your home!
Clear out the old and expired—showcase the new. The secret to pantry organization is grouping similar items together. Gather your salty snacks and put them all in one area on the shelf. To take your pantry to the next level, get containers and baskets to hold each type of food. Make sure to label them so you know exactly what you have.
As any organization project begins, be sure to get rid of any items you no longer use. Once you have slimmed down your closet, start by categorizing your clothes by color and sleeve length. This will save you so much time when getting ready for the day.
Get the clutter off your counter and implement these tips to create more space for all of your bathroom products. Place drawer organizers in each drawer so that your products aren’t moving around. Get baskets and plastic drawers that fit underneath your sink to organize your products. Another great way to add more storage is a toilet etagere. Store extra towels, toilet paper, and whatever else you need to create more space.
You get the drill by now. First, clear out any expired food so that you can start with a clean slate. A great way to make sure everything has its’ place is to label drawers and doors. Next, get clear bins to place other food items so you can condense space and see what you have. Lastly, you can add drawer organizers to your produce section. This will make all the difference!
Organizing your bedroom is all about maximizing space. A great way to create storage in your bedroom is to utilize the space underneath your bed. Get baskets or storage containers that fit below your bed. Store items that you don’t tend to grab on an everyday basis. Another great way to organize is with baskets! Cute and decorative baskets can double as storage for items that usually end up on your floor.