You don't need to spend big buck to get organized. These low-cost tricks will help you clear clutter and stay within your budget.
Devise a labeling system, like this crafty felt one for storage bins. This system will eliminate the “where did I put it?” problem and help the family know where everything goes.
Finding your keys doesn’t have to be an every-morning challenge. This great keyboard, made out of basic hooks and label holders, will solve your panics. Be sure to make enough spaces for everyone in family.
Create a place for jewelry on a simple corkboard, which can be covered in a pretty fabric or paper. Use hatpins to secure earrings, rings and any other items you can think of.
Simplify your search for pieces of silverware by tying like pieces together with pretty ribbon. Place the silverware in drawers or jars for a pretty display.
Untangling holiday lights can be a real drag. Make life easier by coiling lights around empty paper towel rolls.
Prevent slips, trips and falls, by keeping shoes in large baskets by the doors. Not only will this make the area look tidy, you’ll always know where your shoes are.
Create a workstation by simply hanging clipboards on the wall above your desk to clear desktop clutter. Cover them with pretty wrapping paper for a more stylish option.
Opening your cabinets can send an avalanche of lids toppling down on you. Solve the problem by placing lids in boxes with dividers. Place the boxes inside the cabinets and open doors without fear.
Store spray bottles, starch and clothespins in a fabric caddy on your ironing board to cut down on trips to find products.
Keep items like paper clips and rubber bands in empty jam jars. Add a personal touch by fastening a piece of fabric around the lid with a rubber band.
Instead of leaving your hair items out on display, consolidate them in a basket. Keeping like items together will speed up your morning routine.