- Using hangers that don’t come off the rods, boxes for smaller items, shelves and shoe organizers in your closet can turn a small closet into a space that keeps items neatly organized so you can put your hands on items immediately. Some companies will even come to your home and help you choose the products that will make your closet an organizational dream.
- If your family has typical items like keys, money to pay the paper boy, the dog’s leash, you should create a spot that becomes the item’s “home.” This might be a bowl or a board with hooks or a drawer in a foyer table. This will help you find those items quickly when you’re on the go!
- Hinge hooks are among clever organizational devices for bathroom towels, robes, back door leashes, or umbrellas. They fit neatly on the door hinge and take up practically no room. Furthermore, they can be attached to a lower hinge so kids can reach them.
- In most homes, the space under the basement and the main floor stairs is useless. Turn that unused space into storage space with a clever under-the-stairs organizer. It could be used to store athletic equipment, outdoor boots, children’s toys or office equipment.
Get an organizer that divides the “junk drawer” into spaces. Empty it out and categorize various items.