Top Organisation Tips

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Top Organisation Tips.

If your cupboards are a mess or your garage looks like you’ve just moved in (but you’ve lived there for years), then these top organising tips are perfect for you. Gaining control of your clutter to bringing order to your home can be super stylish and stress-free.

Top Tips:

  • Use nifty draw separators to organise your junk, it’ll save you emptying out the whole contents every time you’re looking for something…that is ALWAYS at the bottom.
  • Use stationary boxes and folders to store paper and important documents. Adding labels and page dividers are really simple and in this case very effective. Filing paper seems like a mundane task now but once everything is in order you will never have to hunt for that overdue tax disc letter ever again. Another great way to use folders is to store the kid’s artwork, rather than it being all over every wall. Compiling it into a neat folder means the kids can get it out with excitement every time a guest comes round to visit.
  • Gather all electrics and store them in easy access boxes under the bed to combat untidiness.
  • Be ruthless with what you keep. If you look through your kitchen cupboards I’m sure there’s a lot of items you’re keeping ‘just in case’, but if you haven’t used it within the year, get rid of it.
  • Store items on shelves rather than on top of cabinets and draws….
  • Clear the top of your cabinets and draws.
  • Designate an area for everything pet related whether it’s toys or a sleeping area. Hamper baskets are great for packing away all those squeaky toys and they are bang on trend.
  • Stand your TV on a console with storage. The same goes for your bed and bathroom mirrors. The more hidden away storage units you have the better.
  • Store kitchen utensils in your cupboards to avoid clutter and increase worktop space. Invest in a rack that can be mounted on the wall or hung from the celling to store all your glorious pots and pans.

Kathryn