Home Organizing Fun Links follows up on last weeks Cleaning Tips. Because now that you have cleaned out your space, keeping what “brings you joy” it’s time for a Home Organizing Refresh. And what better time to begin planning a redesign than February. With lots of sales in full swing, you can cash in on extra savings! So here are a few ways to organize those newly decluttered spaces you’ve been working so hard on. So today we’re looking at 3 areas that are typically a universal challenge, Kids Toy Storage & Book Nooks, Controlling Paper Clutter & Beautiful yet Functional Open Shelving.
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First, toy storage & book nooks. Why? Because toy storage seems to be an ongoing challenge. And this is where smart choices can bring about big returns. Like the storage shelving below. It’s the perfect height for your little one to put their things away & organize it themselves! In addition, to encourage a love a reading, 6 Genius Ways to Create a Book Nook, ParentsMagazine.com.
Second, paper clutter. Organize your home office by incorporating open and closed storage for optimum vertical storage solutions. So if paper clutter is a problem, 10 Home Office Hacks to Get You Organized Now from HGTV.com has some helpful hints for you.
Third, Open Shelving. This is where “what brings you joy” really comes into play. Because there is no room for error. Such as displaying your favorite kitchen collections against a deeply saturated paint color for maximum visual effect. However, if you hate open shelving, these 15 Kitchens That Will Convince You To Try Open Shelving from HouseBeautiful.com may change your mind.
In conclusion, even though we only touched on 3 areas of a home organization, there are many more areas of opportunities waiting for us. And this can be overwhelming. But taking it one step at a time and actually finishing a room provides a great sense of accomplishment. So, congratulations & keep moving forward!
Thanks for stopping in today, we hope you’ve left inspired! ~ Nancy
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