Spring Organizational TipsApril 30, 2015
Now that winter is long gone, it’s time to get your home into tip top shape. De-cluttering your home will benefit every household member, and help to make keeping your house clean and organized a breeze! Here are some great ways to stay organized in different areas of your home:
You know how most people tend to fill up their counter with miscellaneous paperwork, mail, and notes? Make a command station in your home. It’s a great way to keep your counter cleared off and still be able to keep track of all important items and times in your life.
Most people would agree that they need to make the best of all the closet space that they have. Utilize the unused space on the ceiling of your garage with storage bins. This is a great idea to keep items organized that you only pull out once or twice a year. For example, holiday decorations or winter gear.
Attach mason jars to a piece of wood to create a stylish and affordable way to keep bathroom necessities organized. Not only is this a handy way to organize your bathroom supplies, its much more decorative and creative!
Instead of taking up tons of space in your closet with tank tops, use one hanger and shower curtains to save space and organize your closet. This is also a great way to organize your scarves.
Paint wooden crates the color of your choice and hang them on the wall. This is a great organizational idea for an entryway to store extra shoes that can clutter up the floor. Add some baskets for a great way to store hats, mittens, and miscellaneous items.
Pots and pans can be tricky kitchen items to keep organized. Hanging them on hooks inside a cupboard will help you make the most of your space.
7. Living Room
Keep your throw blankets organized in the living room. Instead of taking up closet or couch space, this is a unique and tidy way to keep your blankets only an arm reach away.
8. Pool area
Similar to the blanket idea, but for by the pool or lake- not only will everyone know where their towel is, but hanging them in the sun will allow them to dry much faster and stay off the ground.
These are just a few small DIY ideas to de-clutter your home. For more ideas, or for larger-scale ideas, visit the Creative Custom Builders website for advice, inspiration and more.← 7 Easy Ways to Upgrade your Backyard for Spring April Showers Bring May Flowers- Ideas for your Home and Garden →