Five Spring Cleaning Tips That Will Keep Your Home Organized All Year
The holiday season has come and gone and we’re blazing our way through the winter season. It will be springtime before we know it; and we all know what that means: Spring Cleaning! This is the time to open up the windows, let the fresh air in, and start the year off in fresh, organized spaces. Below you’ll find some fresh ways to organize your home.
The first step in home organization should always be to declutter and eliminate unused items. A good rule of thumb is: If you haven’t used the item in 1 year, then it’s time to let it go. This rule does not necessarily apply to everything in your home (I.e., Grandma’s silver, or family mementos). Specialty items do need their designated space in your home to be store until that special occasion arises. That sweater from 6 years ago might have reached its limit in your closet though, and its time to say goodbye.
Custom Closet Organization
While larger closet space seems to remain higher up on home buyer’s “must have” lists, the design of the closet space doesn’t always seem to receive as much attention as it should. So often, much of the space does not accommodate each particular home owner’s needs, or the space was never designed to function well in the first place. Better Homes and Gardens has some great ideas to get you started.
Custom built in shelving is not a new idea. Customers continue to ask for shelving niches to fit their specific needs. We find these requests in kitchens, studies, living rooms and simply along the hallway.
Advantageous Closet Space
That nook underneath a stairwell is so often left out of the equation when a home is built. It gets sheet rocked over and left under utilized. Taking advantage of that space to create closet space is a wonderful opportunity to store necessary items close by, and give the area an upgraded look.
Install pull out storage
Adding customized pull out storage to your kitchen or bathroom (or any cabinetry, really) cabinets is an incredibly savvy space saving option. We’re seeing spice racks, pull outs with hanging options for pots and pans, drawers for cleaning supplies, hidden trash cans, and so much more. Your imagination is your only limitation here.
If you’re desiring a more organized home, but struggling to accomplish your goals, it may be helpful to hire an organizational expert. These companies can be hugely beneficial to view your spaces and items from an impartial perspective. They can then help you work with contractors to help you build out the updates into your home to accommodate your organizational needs.