The decluttering journey doesn’t need to be as painful as some make it out to be. In fact, there are a variety of people who have come up with some pretty fun, creative ways to get started. Consider this list of 13 creative ways to Organize and Declutter Your Entire Home.
1. Cutting clutter in the bathroom Cutting clutter in the bathroom will help you to get ready for work more quickly in the morning. it’s just nice to walk into a bathroom and see a streamlined, uncluttered look.2. Junk Drawer Find take-out menus, dry cleaner tickets, stamps and other stray papers when you need them. Sort everything into categories and file in Post-it Pockets, which stick on the inside of kitchen cabinet doors.3. Kitchen Counters Clear off the counters to get them as close to clutter-free as possible. Move packaged food items to the pantry, put away clean dishes, wipe counters and scrub the sink.
So I love vintage pieces, especially in home decor, why? Because you can pretty much get away with anythi… 4. Kitchen Cabinets Short on cabinet space? Attach a painted pegboard (available at hardware stores) to the wall, then loop in metal hooks for a display that’ll keep your most-used tools neatly in one place.5. The Fridge Remove and discard old, half-eaten leftovers;past-its-peak produce; and expired condiments. Make a list of what you need to replace and post it on the refridgerator door for the next time you shop.6. Kitchen Drawers Useless tools, worn-out pot holders, a pile of pencils …
you’ll be surprised at what’s hiding there. Empty drawers and sort everything by category. Remove broken or duplicate items, then arrange the rest with dividers and trays. 7. Grocery List Save a few of your old receipts and type up a master list of what you buy often, grouping items by where they are in the store so you can breeze through shopping. Print it out and post it in the kitchen; put a check next to items as you run out.8. Makeup Focus on bathroom cabinets and your cosmetics bag.
Toss expired items and makeup mistakes, then arrange what’s left in the order of your daily routine.9. Linen Closet Inspect each towel, wash cloth and sheet-set component for stains, tears and general wear. Set aside worn-out pieces to use as cleaning rags or give to a local animal shelter. Refold everything to a similar size for a unified look, then put it all away.10. Bookshelves Edit the selection in your personal library and set aside any extra reads for donation. Return books to the shelves ordered by height or color for a less cluttered, more cohesive look. Meet brothers Brendan and Kyle, tinkerers, hackers, and best friends.
– I’m probably phy… 11. Behind the TV Stop guessing which cord on your power strip goes with what: Save the plastic tags from loaves of supermarket bread, write the name of each device on a tag and clip it around the relevant cord.12. Use Bins Use bins to get and stay organized. Bins are nice because they’re even and uniform, so even if you have lots of different stuff in them, it makes the space look neat and clean.13. floating shelf Don’t ever store things on the floor. Always get a book case, shelving unit, or wall mount to keep things looking organized and staying clutter-free.