House Organizing Tips
House Organizing Tips That Won’t Cost a Fortune- Organizing your home does not need to be expensive. Learn some super inexpensive ways to organize your home.
This is part 3 of Super Easy Ways to Organize Your House
In part one we talked about:
- Everything has a home.
- Something new comes in- something old must go out.
- If you use it- return it to its home.
- Keep things tidy. Establish a daily 15-minute decluttering routine.
In part two we covered:
- We have to create a plan. A plan of attack of sorts.
- Look around your home what area is bothering you the most?
- Create little steps that you can do in order to get it organized.
- Once you have picked an area that you feel you are ready to declutter we need to begin by sorting all of the stuff in it.
This final part of our series-House organizing tips that won’t cost a fortune. Inexpensive ideas to organize your clutter.
Let’s dig in and see some examples of products that you can use to organize your home.
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House organizing tips that won’t cost a fortune.
Shoes, shoes and more shoes! They can be everywhere! I had come to a point that I just could not take it anymore. The shoes were starting to take over! I came up with a solution and placed a shoe organizer out on the walkway in the garage. It works great for keeping the kids everyday shoes organized and not lost in the house somewhere. No more,” I can’t find my shoes”, as were running out the door.
I love this 2 pack stackable set Seville Classics Resin-Wood Composite Utility Shoe Rack, 2-Pack It would be perfect to organize lots of things not just shoes. Add a few baskets or totes to the AmazonBasics 9-Pair Shoe Rack for even more organization.
Here are some great examples of using baskets to organize your home.
This Stackable 3-Shelf Organizer or this 12-Cubby Shoe Storage OBox organizers are perfect for housing all of your treasures! I have a few different “cubby” type organizers that I use throughout the house. I love them, it makes “everything has a home” easy!
These fabric storage bins I found at Dollar Tree, are pretty nice for just$1.00. They could be used for so many different things.
Kids toy room out of control? Toys, books, and games everywhere? Use the door for extra storage!
How about the kids art and craft area. What is happening with that? This DIY Kids Playroom Table would be perfect to help contain some of the clutter.
Plastic Dollar Store Bins are perfect for numerous storage needs. They come in many different sizes, shapes and colors.
In this video Alejandra shares with you how to turn ordinary things around your home into organization products to keep you organized while saving you money! She has some really neat ideas. [VIDEO]: DIY Organization Ideas (Part 1)
I hope this series helped you find easy inexpensive ways to organize your house. Remember don’t overrun the neighborhood. Make sure everything has a home. I know that getting organized and staying organized is not easy. Create a plan and go for it attack that clutter once and for all.
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