Closet and Drawer Or­gan­i­sa­tion Tips

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Even if your house looks or­gan­ised, you might still have some work to do. Sur­face-level clean­ing is easy and of­ten nec­es­sary, just find a place to hide any and all vis­i­ble clut­ter.

That phi­los­o­phy works for a quick clean­ing fix if you’re short on time or have un­ex­pected guests, but it prob­a­bly means you have sev­eral junk draw­ers and chaotic clos­ets.A so­lu­tion to this prob­lem is mak­ing sure you have stor­age con­tain­ers within stor­age con­tain­ers. Give ev­ery­thing a des­ig­nated place. If you have a large closet, put bas­kets on shelves so you can as­sign belts, hats or shoes to a spe­cific bas­ket, for ex­am­ple.

For an of­fice space, in­stead of drop­ping push pins, pa­per clips, sticky notes and ex­tra sta­ples all in one drawer, use up­cy­cled egg car­tons or muf­fin tins to or­ga­nize these smaller items be­fore plac­ing in a drawer. Stor­age with- in stor­age will not only help keep clut­ter out of sight, but it will also en­sure items will be in the same place ev­ery time you go to reach for them.

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