These are helpful some storage and organizing tips for anyone interested in decluttering and simplifying their daily lives.
Tight on space? Use an over the door organizer or a wall-mounted rack.
Install additional towel bars or hooks to accommodate all users of the bathroom.
Install an over-the-toilet wall shelf or etagere to stash personal care items like cotton balls, cotton swabs, makeup, extra shampoo and conditioner.
Use expandable drawer organizers for makeup, hair and nail accessories.
Tame your hair styling supplies and implements by placing them in a drawer or in a large container under the sink. Take the container out when you’re getting ready, and put it away when you’re done.
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Shoes walking all over your closet? Store them in clear stackable boxes. Place special occasion shoes in the back of the closet and frequently used pairs up front.
Store extra blankets and linens in under-the-bed boxes instead of taking up valuable closet space.
Install extra hooks for handbags, ties, belts and scarves.
Our vast array of closet shelving and shoe organizers keep your closet neat and tidy, saving you time.
On the closet rod, hang like items together so they are easy to locate.
Consider organizing your clothes by color so you can easily match tops and bottoms.
Preserve your garments by purchasing specific hangers for them, such as pants and skirt hangers, padded hangers, or suit hangers with wide shoulders.
Choose from our multitude of hooks and hangers to store tools, brooms, mops, bicycles, extension cords, and sports equipment.
Installing wall shelving or freestanding shelves will easily declutter the garage. Store like items together so you can easily find what you’re looking for, such as garden tools, household tools, holiday decorations, automotive tools and cleaning supplies, and sports equipment.
Be sure to clearly label boxes before storing them.
Use organizing trays in kitchen drawers to keep utensils in order.
Put a lazy Susan in your pantry to make quick work of locating spices and ingredients for your next meal.
Pot cover organizers keep lids together so you can nest cookware, saving space in the cabinet. Also available for plastic container covers.
Organize your pantry either by category (baking items, sauces, canned goods – fruits, vegetables, and proteins, and drink items like coffee, tea and hot cocoa) or by meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks).
Use stacking shelves, racks, or clear, covered containers to easily access needed pantry items or dishes.
Store plastic grocery bags in a bag holder, either freestanding or wall- or cabinet-mounted.
Sort laundry easily with multiple hampers for lights, darks, and whites. Just drop as you go and sorting won’t be a hassle on laundry day.
Make your laundry easy to transport by using a mesh laundry bag or a laundry hamper with wheels.
Install a retractable clothesline or a freestanding folding drying rack, instead of hanging clothes over doors and chairs.
Keep a small piggybank in the laundry room to collect loose change found in pockets. You’ll be surprised at how much you’ll find over a period of time!
Don’t let the paper take over your office – choose from our many styles of open or covered letter trays and boxes.
Opt for more style in your office, right down to the wastebaskets to keep your space neat.
Keep office supplies neat by storing like items together, using expandable organizer trays, stacking bins, and sorters.
Increase storage space by using ottomans and end tables that double as storage bins.
Use clear boxes to store sewing and craft supplies for easy viewing.
Choose from our wide variety of drawer organizers – plastic trays, silver mesh trays, modular organizers for custom solutions. You’ll save time when things are easy to find.
Sort mail as soon as it enters the house. Set up three different trays -- bills, mail to review later, and mail to keep. Discard the rest. Choose a storage system that works for your space.
Consider color-coding the boxes for your holiday items – orange or black for Halloween, green or red for Christmas, blue for Hanukkah, or plain clear so you can see what’s inside.