Is your house in need of some serious organization? It’s okay. This is a judgment-free zone. With a season change just around the corner, why not get a headstart on spring cleaning and organization. Keep reading for some organizing suggestions for each room in your home.
For most bedrooms, the common problem always seems to be clothing storage. Either closet space is limited, or non-existent, and finding the right kind of dresser or armoire can become a painful task, especially when they take up space in a smaller room. Investing in some good closet shelving and collapsible closet organizers is a fantastic way to provide flexibility to your bedroom without breaking the bank. Organizing with storage bins or hanging organizers is a great way to take advantage of every inch of your storage space and gives you a variety of ways to store your belongings.
In the bathroom, most people have a problem with storage and finding a place to put their more discrete bathroom essentials. They’re also a breeding ground for mess and disorganization, especially if you live with other people. If your bathroom has a vanity sink with cabinets or drawers you can add small storage cubes to the inside to create an organized, efficient space to place your bathroom products. Or if you don’t have a vanity and your bathroom is a pretty tight space, consider using an above toilet cabinet and take advantage of the vertical space. The main goal is to keep your stuff organized and out of sight. You can even use wall mount hooks for a more permanent solution.
Kitchens can easily become the drop-off zone within the house, and with so much stuff and so little space, your kitchen can easily become a huge clutter zone. To make your kitchen space more manageable, use the drawers, or pull-out pantry to take your organization to another level.
For instance, using foldable bottle carriers to organize your oils, vinegar, and other food prep. are both helpful for quick retrieval and also helpful so you don’t lose items in the back of cabinets. Other ways to get your kitchen organized are to add wall hangers, to keep your reusable grocery bags in an easy-to-grab spot out and out of the way from other kitchen items.
The laundry room can be the forgotten room in a house, and often another place for things to get placed until later. Because the laundry room typically isn’t glamorous or a showpiece, it’s easy to skip in your home organization. To create a more organized area, use cubbies and storage bins with lids and other kinds of shelf organizers to keep all of your laundry essentials tidy.
If you’re having a hard time keeping your work or business separate from everyday life, then you really need to prioritize having the proper organization so that work-related things don’t spill into the rest of your home. The best way to organize your office is to establish physical boundaries where work is work and home is home. Start off by investing in a sturdy desk with storage. Be mindful of a cluttered workspace by using hanging file boxes or a pop-up pencil pouch to keep your space in optimal performance.
Keeping your home organized can feel like a daunting task. By using flexible and accommodating storage products like meori, you will always have customizable options for how you organize your home. Finding organization is never easy in the beginning. Using meori makes the job fun and keeps your organized lifestyle on the road to continued success.
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