There are many reasons to organize your home. Maybe you're tired of not being able to find the keys. Alternatively, the physical mess may be disturbing emotionally and cause anxiety.
Some say it's best to organize room by room, while others recommend that the organizer choose item by item. It doesn't matter which scheme you select. There are various tips about the organization of your home. Just find the one that suits you best.
How do you know which is the best way for you? Want the house tidy, all your things are in order, and it feels good to enter each room. Sounds good ? Let's start.
Start in one place
If you have multiple areas of your home that you want to monitor, start with one. Decide which one to start with the area that gives you the most headaches, or the area that guests in your home see most easily. Whatever your priority, select an area and stick to it. When cleaning the entire house seems difficult, and people give up, many organizations fail. After completing one area, celebrate before moving on to the next area.
After selecting the area, donate or organize a garage sale for something you would not wear or can't use further. Use the two-year rule of thumb. If you haven't worn it for two years, say goodbye to it. These items take up valuable space, and probably you are not going to miss them.
After removing the extra matter, look at what remains. Does it belong to this place? Or it makes sense to keep it here? Is there an alternative place with more space to hold it or another easily accessible area for that purpose? For instance, take a professional-grade mixer behind the closet. It would help if you moved it to the kitchen. When it's time to work on that area of the house, you can integrate the mixer into a new kitchen storage counter.
Maximize vertical space
If you don't have enough space to work, the surest way to instantly create additional space is to "step up." Rather than having several shelves for storing kitchen items, bring them completely to the ceiling to maximize vertical space. You have to store what you need less frequently on higher shelves.
Divide the space
You can divide the vertical space and efficiently use the work area by adding additional shelves to a single shelf or stacked containers. Dividing the space eliminates the probability of stacking tall piles of papers, clothing, or other objects intended topple over.
Keep it moving
Consider wheel storage options. This is to increase flexibility and reduce confusion. The trolley can hold various accessories in a small space and can be returned to the closet or storage with wheels while not in use.
Organize with color
Either you're working to organize your family room or keep your home office under control and use color to boost your work. Give each child a different colored container to hold their belongings and give them the responsibility to clean up themselves. Organize your projects, invoices, and other important documents with home office features and colors.
Three rules of the organization
The three rules of the organization are:
· Visibility: Select a transparent container or a container that can be easily labeled to identify its subjects and save valued time quickly.
· Accessibility: Make sure that the stuff you require most often should be easiest to reach. Similarly, place the items you don't need most often on high shelves or elsewhere.
· Flexibility: Choose a storage system that can adjust to your fluctuating needs. In this way, you can reorganize and reuse your solution to resolve various storage and organizational issues.
Some awesome DIY ideas to organize your home
Turn your old dresser drawer into a practical coat hanger!
Recycle used postal tubes in an elegant wine bottle holder!
Old leather belt? Wood chips? Boom! Instant shelves!
Disguise the storage box like a book!
Separate the dresser drawer with several cardboard boxes!
Store your jewelry in perforated panels and nets cut to fit the vintage frame!
Check out this cool memo board for all your to-do list and more.
Let me know if you try these tips and/or the DIYs. Hope you like it!