Easy ways to organize
Spring cleaning season is approaching, and with a plan of attack you can take this opportunity to clear away clutter, organize underutilized spaces and generally improve the overall usability of your home. Procter & Gamble and The Home Depot have teamed up with seven DIY bloggers to offer 14 room-by-room tips for getting organized this spring:
Cutting kitchen chaos
• Nearly everyone has one drawer in their kitchen that becomes the “catch-all spot.” Empty yours, wipe down the inside, and insert a silverware tray to help organize pens, batteries, buttons, random screws and other items that find their way into the drawer.
• Every family needs a central spot for sharing information. But if a cork board, white board or chalkboard isn’t your idea of wall decor, try hiding them away on the inside of a kitchen cabinet. Mount a cork panel on the inside of a cabinet door, or use chalkboard paint to create a hidden and useful spot for notes, shopping lists, coupons and reminders.
• Organize the cupboard and pantry by using boxes, jars and baskets with labels on them. When it’s time to put an item away, everyone will know where it belongs.
• Bathroom drawers can easily become cluttered. Place desk organizing trays in drawers so that items like makeup, combs, curling irons, etc. stay neat and orderly. • A basket makes a great way to cleverly display toilet paper and still make it easily accessible when needed.
• Try placing scented candles in the bathroom to neutralize odors and add a fresh, welcoming aura.
Lighten the load in laundry rooms • Even small laundry rooms have unused space above the washer and dryer, where you can install shelving for storage.
• Add a rolling cart or laundry butler to your laundry room. It’s a great way to add organization and function.
For more inspiration and ideas from bloggers visit finditathomedepot.com.
This article is courtesy of Brandpoint.