Storage Solutions for Small Homes

Storage Solutions for Small Homes

Do you have a tiny house and don’t know how to make it functional? Creativity is the answer to many of life’s problems, and when it comes to smaller homes, it is absolutely key. When space is limited, it’s essential to be inventive and resourceful about what you do have by making the most of your square footage. Follow these tips and tricks to organize your space and make the most of it:

Hidden storage spaces

If you want your place to look clean (or even minimalist), you can use hidden storage that keeps things out of sight. Furniture tricks, like a sofa or bed with storage underneath, can stylishly disguise items you’d rather not display. These spaces are usually great to store blankets, pillows, sheets, and all your bedroom essentials.

Double duty furniture

Pieces that can work in a variety of ways are a wonderful fit for smaller houses. Home offices, for example, can be a bit tricky to assemble out of limited square footage. However, if you strategically place a bookshelf with desk space and a small stool, you can have a little office without taking up too much space.

Maximize the area above the cabinets

Put the dead space between the ceiling and cabinet top to good use! Buy some nice boxes and baskets and fill them with all sorts of items. But remember: don’t put too much stuff in there, as it can very easily veer into cluttered territory.

Use plenty of hooks

Hooks and hangers are the backbones of an organized tiny home. Super-strong magnetic hooks make a great solution for the kitchen, for example, as they don’t require tools or drilling holes in your walls. You can also grab space on the back of a door and place more hooks and hangers for coats, hats, umbrellas, and other small accessories.

Storage Solutions for Small Spaces

Open up storage

Cabinet doors take up square feet that may not be available in small spaces. If you get the opportunity to choose your furniture, opt for narrow open shelves to gain extra surfaces to store frequently used items, such as plates. To keep the shelves looking neat, be strategic about what you store and try to leave plenty of open space between stacks of items.

Vertical shoe storage

It might not be the most attractive solution, but over-the-door shoe racks get the job done and use dead space in an effective way. You don’t have to put one of these on every door – your closet doors are probably enough!

Key pieces of furniture to arrange the spaces

In small houses, often the living room is also the kitchen, dining room, or even bedroom. If you want to organize your spaces strategically, you can select block furniture and handy storage to divide them. For example, a freestanding island can be a great option to divide a kitchen and dining area. Placing units behind a sofa is another genius way to maximize your storage space.

If you have a small house and don’t know how to maximize its potential, we’re here to help! At ClutterBGone, we provide many levels of organizing services depending on your needs, lifestyle, and budget ranging from coaching to hands-on organizing and maintenance plans to help you achieve a clean, organized, and peaceful environment. Get in touch with our team of experts, and we will be delighted to offer you a free consultation!

Couple Considering Downsizing Home

6 Things To Consider When Downsizing Your Home

Downsizing your home can be both an exciting and stressful time, and it generally comes with a major lifestyle change. But regardless of the reasons that lead you to downsize, one thing’s for sure: downsizing is a process and should be treated as such. To be successful, we always recommend starting early and considering all variants. It may feel intimidating but try to think of it as an opportunity to take stock of what you own and to start fresh. Here are a few key considerations to think about when downsizing:

1. Your Financial Goals

For most people, saving money is one of the most important incentives for downsizing to a smaller house. From expensive utility bills to high maintenance costs, having a large home can ruin any bank account. Choosing a smaller, more affordable home can leave you with more money for other financial goals (such as traveling, saving for retirement, or paying off debt), which is something you should consider while searching for your new place.

2. Your Family Needs

How many people live in your household? The answer to this question will determine the sort of house you need and how small you can actually go. Remember that squeezing a family into a smaller home can be extremely challenging! So if you have a large family and plan to downsize, make sure you’ve worked out the bedroom situation. Defining your family’s space needs before downsizing is fundamental to guarantee everyone’s comfort.

Family Downsizing Homes

3. Your Belongings

How large is your furniture? Will it fit in a smaller home? What about all the cutlery, clothes, games, toys, paperwork, and bedding you’ve accumulated throughout the years? Do you have enough space for all of it? When downsizing to a smaller home, it’s important to consider if your old furniture will fit there and think about your storage needs.

4. Your New Lifestyle

If your move to downsize also involves a significant lifestyle change, such as moving into an active adult community, considering your new lifestyle will help you make challenging decisions. For example, if you know you won’t be needing to do any cleaning, you can start by selling, donating, or giving away your cleaning appliances and tools. Likewise, you should consider your future – and future needs – if you’re planning to retire and grow old in this smaller home.

5. A Declutter Plan

It may be tempting to quickly pack everything in boxes and deal with decisions on what to keep and toss later on, but trust us: you need to make a declutter plan as soon as you decide to downsize. You can, for example, start by taking inventory of your belongings, and setting up separate boxes for items you will keep, donate, get rid of, sell, or give away.

6. And Never Forget: Start As Soon As Possible!

Giving yourself time is essential, both mentally and physically, so that you don’t run out of steam before you even get to your new house. In short, get started early, and stay focused and organized throughout. With this mindset, you are planting the seeds of success!

If you’re considering downsizing and have no idea where to start, we’re here to help! At ClutterBGone, we provide many levels of organizing services depending on your needs, lifestyle, and budget ranging from coaching to hands-on organizing and maintenance plans to help you move to your new home effortlessly. Get in touch with our team of experts, and we will be delighted to offer you a free consultation!

When to hire a professional organizer and when not to

When To Hire a Professional Organizer (And When Not To)

Everybody loves to have a neat and organized space since it has a beneficial effect on both our physical and mental health. However, decluttering is easier said than done. Stepping into a room overflowing with excess clothing, papers, and all sorts of items can have you sounding retreat before the battle starts. In this scenario, most people seek the help of a professional organizer.

But before contacting a pro, it’s essential to get a sense of what you think needs to be done and if you’re truly in need of this extra help. In this article, we’ll pinpoint the scenarios in which it makes sense to hire a professional organizer – and those where it may not.

You’re feeling overwhelmed

Organizing and making decisions related to your home can be exhausting work, and you run the risk of giving up when you try to tackle it alone. In this case, hiring a professional can be very helpful to keep you on track. If you’re feeling too overwhelmed and have no idea where to start, a professional organizer can help shape that vision and give you the motivation to begin the process.

You don’t have much free time

Decluttering and organizing can be very time-consuming. And even when you are finally able to devote a chunk of time to your organizing project, it’s all too easy to lose momentum along the way, leaving it unfinished.  A professional organizer will assess your circumstances and develop a timeline to keep your project on track. They’ll break the project down into achievable steps, so you’re not tempted to give up.

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You’re dealing with big life changes

When you’re going through major life transitions – health challenges, divorce, aging parents, the arrival of a new baby, etc – the last thing you want to focus on is your house organization. And yet, when you have other big things going on, seeing your house cluttered only increases the stress and chaos. If this sounds like your situation, a professional organizer can help you bring a sense of order to your home when you need it most.

But of course, some people can continually motivate themselves and stay on track with their projects. For them, there’s probably no need to hire a professional organizer. Check if any of these cases suits you:

You’re decisive and don’t get overwhelmed by the task at hand

You know what you like and what you don’t. You have a clear sense of what needs to be done and don’t feel overwhelmed by it. You are organized and capable of making tough decisions without getting frustrated. You surely can handle a decluttering project!

You have the time – and serenity!

If besides having the energy and ideal mindset, you also have enough free time to deal with your house clutter, you’re on the right track! Besides, being in a good mental state, without stress or external obligations, also makes the whole thing easier to tackle.

You have friends and family willing to help

When you have a network of friends and family who are willing – and even excited – to help you declutter, you might not need to hire a professional organizer. People who know you well surely have a clear idea of what’s important to you – and what isn’t – which makes them great allies in the decluttering process.

Getting your home organized can feel like a time-consuming and overwhelming task, but with the right professional by your side, you can indeed achieve harmony and order in your house. If you need someone to help you declutter and organize your spaces, don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.  Our team at ClutterBGone will be delighted to help you!

Clutter and Mental Health

The Connection Between Clutter and Mental Health

Over the past decade, there’s been an increased willingness to recognize mental health as an essential part of one’s well-being. As such, people are getting more conscious about taking care of their overall mental health, both in their professional and private spheres. In this line, environmental psychology keeps showing how our living spaces affect our mental state. As many studies suggest, living in a clean, organized, and decluttered house can greatly change our mood and benefit our mental health. Find out more about this connection in our article!

How can clutter affect your mental state?

While accumulating a few extra items may not seem like a big deal, clutter can indeed have a negative impact on your mental health. Clutter and disorganization can increase stress levels, make it difficult to focus, and take a toll on relationships.

Moreover, clutter can also contribute to depression, and there are several studies to prove this. For instance, a study published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin found that women who lived in cluttered spaces were more depressed than those who stayed in clean and restful homes.

In short, there’s a reason why people use the phrase “a messy home can lead to a messy mind”…

Clutter and Mental Health

Benefits of decluttering

Getting rid of excess stuff in your home can benefit your mental health by making you feel calmer, happier, and more energized.

Moreover, decluttering can also make you feel that you have some control over your life, and this is particularly helpful when you think everything else is uncertain in your life. A study by the University of Connecticut found that in times of extreme stress, leaning on cleaning gives them a sense of control.

In short, decluttering and cleaning can be quite therapeutic; so put on some relaxing music, and let your mind wander from all the stressful thoughts that have been taking up your conscience.

 Get motivated!

But even considering all the associated benefits, decluttering your entire home can still feel like a daunting task. But remember that it’s all about taking small steps to make a huge difference. So instead of trying everything out together and overwhelming yourself, do things one at a time. Go at your own pace and try to enjoy the process. Here are a few tips to get you motivated:

  • Start planning. Create a solid plan and schedule your decluttering times.
  • Visualize how your spaces will look neat and clutter-free. Doing so will make you feel more motivated.
  • Remember that it isn’t possible to do everything in a day, so be slow and steady in your approach.
  • Try to make it fun! Put your favorite music on, listen to an audiobook or a podcast, and think about a small reward for yourself when you finish.
  • Don’t be afraid to ask your friends or family for some help. Teamwork is always more enjoyable.

Professional help

If you feel like the clutter in your home is causing you great amounts of stress and anxiety, hiring a professional organizer might be the best solution – both for your house and your mental space. If you need someone to help you declutter and organize your spaces so that you can enjoy a clean, clutter-free environment, don’t hesitate to contact us at ClutterBGone for a free consultation! We will be delighted to help you.

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How To Keep a Clean and Decluttered House – With Kids!

Raising children is indeed messy. Without even understanding how you find yourself living among socks, legos, dolls, abandoned sippy cups, and food scraps and have no idea what to do about it. An untidy and messy house can drive anyone nuts, but when children are added to the equation, it seems easier to give up the idea of a clean and organized house.

If you find yourself often thinking that keeping your house tidy is a “lost cause,” we have some news for you: it isn’t! It might be more challenging, but with a few golden rules, we’re sure you can achieve a feeling of greater comfort and organization.

Time for a massive purge

Look around your home. It is certainly filled with material objects you once thought you had to have. But this is certainly not true – at least not anymore! If you want a clean house, you must start by doing a monster purge. That involves your children’s toys, clothing, equipment, and the rest of your home. Go through everything and toss/donate everything that no longer serves a purpose.

A place for everything

A place for everything, and everything in its place” is one of the biggest mottos of organizing. If you swear by the “a place for everything” rule, it will help keep your home in reasonable order and also make better purchasing decisions. Moreover, instilling this philosophy in children from an early age will enable them to understand and incorporate important organizational habits.

Clutter free with Kids

Build tidying and purging into your family’s routine

You might already know what needs to be cleaned and how often you’d ideally do it. If so, putting it together in a chart or checklist will ensure that all house cleaning chores get done. Having routines means that each job gets done before it gets overwhelming. Get your family involved and distribute tasks according to the ability of each. Remember that children as little as three years old can do chores like tidying up toys or setting placemats on the dinner table.

Always have your cleaning arsenal on hand

Truth be told, clutter is only one way in which your kids can make a mess of your home. There are also the spills and the scribbles… and the bodily fluids. To have (almost) all situations under control, always keep your cleaning arsenal on hand – and properly organized, of course. It should include a good multi-surface all-purpose cleaner, cloths, a small broom and dustpan, and a powerful laundry stain remover spray.

And about the toys…

No matter how organized and clean you try to keep your house, toys will end up everywhere in a matter of seconds! But let your kids play and make a mess – it’s healthy for them. The best solution to deal with the whole toy chaos and make everything more manageable is to invest in storage bins for similar-type toys, like musical instruments, dolls, legos, books, and so on. Trust us: it will make a huge difference when it’s time to clean up – both for you and your kids.

It feels nearly impossible to picture a mess-free house while raising kids, but it is doable! It might just take a little extra help. If you feel like you’re spending every waking moment cleaning your house without seeing any improvement, it’s probably time to hire a professional service to assist you. At CluttlerBGone, we offer you a free telephone consultation so that you can tell us all about your goals for a clean and comfortable environment. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today!

organizing kitchen pantry

Declutter and Organize Your Kitchen Pantry Top 7 Tips

Do you often find yourself struggling to find something in your kitchen pantry? Well, you’re not alone! The kitchen area is prone to becoming messy and cluttered due to how much it’s used by everyone in the house. From cooking to entertaining, the space can become disheveled if the items aren’t put away and properly organized.

Having a kitchen pantry to store non-perishable goods, food, and supplies can be incredibly helpful when it comes to keeping the space tidy and organized – but, truth be told, it can also be challenging to keep everything in order. If you’re struggling with your kitchen clutter, take note of these seven unmissable tips to organize your pantry:

Top Tip 1: Take Everything Out

To start the decluttering process, take everything out of your kitchen pantry. Remove all food, cans, and stored items, as well as any storage baskets or bins you’re using. Don’t try to cut corners by only taking out half of your pantry and moving around the rest.

Top Tip 2: Take Inventory

Once you’ve removed everything from the pantry, it’s time to get rid of anything you aren’t going to use. Check expiration dates and toss anything that is long past its best-by date. For items that haven’t yet expired, either make a plan to use them or donate them.

Top Tip 3: Give it a Good Cleaning

Now it’s time to clean! Grab your favorite cleaning supplies and wipe down all of the surfaces inside your pantry. Get rid of crumbs, old packaging, or anything else that may have fallen on the floor or your shelves.

Top Tip 4: Organize Your Pantry Items

There are endless ways you can organize your kitchen pantry. For example, you can categorize your food into zones. That may be grouping similar items together, organized by meal types, or maybe even freshness. Obviously, the groups you create will depend on what your family’s needs are, but be sure to put the groups of foods you use most often upfront.

Top Tip 5: Get the Right Storage Solutions

Storage solutions aren’t always critical, but in many situations, they can make a huge difference. The pantry is one of the most-used zones of the kitchen and as such, we highly recommend getting a few bins, baskets, hooks, hangers, racks, and containers to keep everything neat and organized.

label everything in kitchen pantry

Top Tip 6: Label Everything

Now that you know where things are going to go, it’s time to make it official! By labeling your items and storage recipients, it will be way easier to navigate the kitchen cabinets and keep your kitchen organized. You can make custom DIY labels for your pantry or simply search for printable pantry labels online.

Top Tip 7: Rinse and Repeat

For the kitchen to always look clean, fresh, and sleek, deep cleaning and decluttering are necessary from time to time. As these spaces are prone to become messy and cluttered, it’s essential to stick to a good cleaning and organizing routine.

Living with a cluttered and messy kitchen can be a real challenge. It’s distracting, annoying, and something that no one wants to deal with. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by this task, maybe it is better to get the professionals in. Get in touch with our team of experts and we will be delighted to offer you a free consultation to understand your needs and help you achieve a clutter-free home.

Travel Documents

Top Tips to Digitizing Your Personal and Travel Docs

Are you overwhelmed by your paper clutter? That’s completely normal. Paper is continuously coming into our lives, either through paper bills, newspapers, or receipts. And now that most of us are planning the summer vacation, it’s almost impossible not to end up with a mess of brochures, booking confirmations, passports, and so on.

If you are on a significant downsizing journey, paper clutter is something you must address. You can do this by simply scanning copies of your documents and creating a digital archive that can also be used as a backup. Even if you don’t have a document scanner, you can create your personal archive with a smartphone and a few apps. It’s really straightforward! Here are a few tips that will help you deal with your docs.

Safety first!

First things first: before you begin scanning your paperwork, you need to know about encrypted documents. Adobe and Microsoft Word, amongst several other programs, allow you to set up your documents so they can only be accessed by providing a password. Especially if you’re using external storage (like a USB stick) to back up your personal and travel documents, we thoroughly recommend you encrypt everything.

Organize and digitize your documents

Gather all the documents you want to digitize, such as visas, passports, and so on, and start scanning them! To do so, you must obviously have access to a scanner and a computer with an Internet connection. If you don’t have these at home, you can find this type of equipment at libraries, community centers, Internet cafés, and copy shops. As an alternative, you can also use your phone. Just browse your app store and download a mobile scanning app. These apps use your phone’s camera to capture an image of the page. That image is saved as a JPG or PDF file to your phone or, if you rather, to an online storage site.

Digitizing Travel Docs

Keep them in the cloud

Worry not: storing your documents digitally is now more secure than ever! Popular services like Dropbox or Google Drive allow you to save your personal documents to an account and access them from anywhere in the world. And the best part? They’re free to use! Create your own personal, password-protected account, and start saving your files there.

Use a purpose-built travel app

And for those that don’t have time to lose and prefer an all-in-one solution, here’s our suggestion: download a travel app. There are so many options nowadays, from TripIt to Roadtrippers. You simply have to synchronize the app to your email, and it will automatically search for your booking information, adding it to your app-side itinerary. Most apps also have a feature to add your passport, driver’s license, and other important information to the Travel Documents tab.

The old USB stick

And if you don’t fully trust the cloud or your internet connection, there’s always an old-school alternative that can be of great help: using a USB stick. Even though they can easily break or become corrupted, they’re still an inconspicuous way of back-up your documents while you’re on the road.

In short, having access to all your essential travel documents at all times can save you some stress during your holidays. On the other hand, our tips can also prevent you from traveling with endless folders of paperwork. Are you ready to give it a shot? If you still feel like you’re unsure about where to begin, remember that at ClutterBGone we’ll be delighted to help you declutter your paperwork in the most efficient and secure way!

Benefits of Hiring a Professional Organizer

The Top 5 Benefits of Hiring a Professional Organizer

Organizing our home is one of the best things we can do to feel more comfortable in our personal spaces. But when we realize how difficult this task can become, most of us feel overwhelmed. But worry not – it is a common theme in today’s society! Most people are too busy and too stressed to deal with their clutter, and here is where hiring a professional organizer can make a huge difference.

Whether you’ve always lacked an organization system, recently moved to a new house and need help finding a place for every item, or simply looked around and realized you have an overwhelming amount of clutter, a professional organizer can transform your life. Here are the main benefits of hiring a home organizing:

Benefit One: An Expert Perspective         

Professional organizers help you see the big picture, keeping you on the right track throughout the decluttering process. Plus, they have plenty of experience in organizing and finding personalized solutions for each household. In short, professional home organizers know what works and what doesn’t, and how to make your space right for you at every level.

Benefit Two: Help With Decision Making 

Some people have too many things in their house and feel overwhelmed to begin a purge. Others have strong attachments to their belongings and can’t throw any of them out. Whatever your reason is, hiring a home organizer will relieve you of those burdens. These professionals can recognize patterns or opportunities and will help you every step of the way so you don’t feel like you’re drowning in a sea of complicated decisions.

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Benefit Three: More Time For Yourself         

Truth be told, most people lack time to organize their homes and do proper decluttering. A professional will do all that work and relieve you of the mental and physical burden of planning and executing everything. That means you’ll get more time for yourself and your priorities while getting back control over your home.

Benefit Four: Tips and Tricks To Stay Organized

Beyond all that, a professional organizer will also give you tips and tricks to keep your home organized. For example, if you regularly have a ton of paperwork to sort through, a professional organizer will implement a system for sorting, filing, and discarding these documents for you. This way, you’ll be able to keep your home organized and clutter-free in a very simple and methodical way.

Benefit Five: No More Anxiety and Stress           

Clutter can cause great amounts of stress and anxiety. Hiring a professional organizer can help you remove the clutter in your life in a matter of days, which can also be a transformational experience for your mental space. In addition to decluttering, an organizer will also help you deal with difficult decisions and find personalized solutions for your needs and lifestyle.

The process of decluttering can feel overwhelming. Thankfully, you don’t have to do it alone. Enlist the help of loved ones who support you in the process or consider working with an organizing professional at ClutterBGone. We help homeowners and small businesses de-clutter and organize their spaces so they can enjoy a clean, clutter-free environment!

Home Office Organizing

5 Best Home Office Organizing Tips You’ll Love

Everyone has an idealized idea of what the perfect home office looks like: a place where you can work, create, and feel inspired. But with all the files, papers, accessories, and general clutter that usually piles up in these spaces, it’s hard to keep a home office organized, let alone “inspiring.” Whether you have a massive study or a little corner with a desk, there are plenty of solutions that can turn your space into a comfortable and uncluttered office. Here we’ve put together a few tips for arranging and ordering a home office.

Have a clear idea of what your office should look like

Before organizing your home office, it’s essential to decide what should actually be in the room, especially if it is a small space. Home offices can easily become a dumping ground for other things (such as ironing boards, gym equipment, toys), and that shouldn’t happen. Be clear about how you will use the space and only include the essential things for that purpose.

Which also means: purge, purge, purge!

Desk drawers and file cabinets are often full of pens, paperwork, notepads, and markers that no longer work – well, pointless clutter. There are probably papers, books and all sorts of objects in your office that have sat there for years with no purpose. It does take time, but before anything else, you should through everything around the room and decide what you want to keep and what should be discarded.

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Get the right furniture

And if you’re new to the “home office” thing, getting the right furniture is key. If your room has plenty of space, you can divide it into several areas: a relaxation and leisure corner with sofas and a desk/shelf area to work, for instance. Depending on how you’ll use this room, you should also contemplate the type of desk you’ll need. Keep in mind that a writing desk is fairly different from a computer desk or a floating desk. For smaller home offices, we recommend multi-functional furniture.

Invest in office supplies

And don’t forget to buy organizational supplies! That includes anything from cups where you can place your pens, to a cable management box to keep your cords from tangling. You can also invest in file organizers, storage cases, a few packs of interlocking drawer organizers, and any desk accessories that you might find useful. Keeping your things in order and accessible is the golden rule of thumb when it comes to creating your ideal desk setup.

Keep it clean and organized

To keep a home office clutter-free, you should make an effort to maintain the organization you’ve created. Make it a habit to put everything back in its place at the end of each workday. This sets you up for success the next day and helps you change gears from work to home life.

Having a clean and organized home office allows you to focus more on your work and feel more inspired. However, we’re well aware that it can also become an overwhelming task. If you are struggling with a cluttered, distracting workspace, and don’t know where to begin, get in touch with our team of experts! We will be delighted to offer you a free consultation to better understand your needs.

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Organize Your Linen Closet With These Tips!

Who wouldn’t love to have a linen closet worthy of a home design magazine? Everyone! But let’s be honest, your linen closet is probably overflowing with years – or maybe even with decades worth of accumulated bedding, sheets, tablecloths, and towels.

Say goodbye to your teetering stacks of towels and piles of sheets. We will show you how to get your linen closet magazine-worthy with the following tips.

Take Everything Out

Most of the time, things like sheets and towels get shoved in a closet to be dealt with at a later date. So the best place to start when organizing a linen closet is to remove everything and start purging. The process is quite simple: get rid of the linens that haven’t been used or touched in years, but make sure you keep seasonal linen staples.

Sort Everything By Type

Once you’ve decided what to keep and toss, it’s time to sort the items into categories. There are many ways to do so, but we recommend storing linens by type and room. For example, put all the same size sheets together, and divide them by bedroom. Like matching your socks after a load of laundry, make as many towels and sheet sets as you can.

 Invest In Baskets And Bins

Use baskets, bins, and bags to store your linen and any related items. These recipients are a great choice for organizing your linen and making the closet look clean and clutter-free. Moreover, these recipients come in all sizes and can fit neatly on any shelf. If you want a low-cost option, you can also install adjustable shelf dividers to keep your sheets, towels, and other linens separate.

Organized Linen Closet

Find The Right Method To Fold Your Linen

Choosing how to fold and store linen can be tricky, and it really depends on how much room you have. Our advice? When it comes to towels, generally the best thing is to use the rolling method. As for sheets, the best way to store them is inside the matching pillowcase. For larger, bulkier bedding or thick sheets, you can try a vacuum-sealed, airtight storage bag to shrink them.

Donate The Things You Don’t Want

Rather than finding a spot for the hideous towel set your aunt gifted you ten years ago, donate it instead. And this also applies to towels and any sort of linen you don’t use anymore. Give it a good airing and wash if it needs a bit of a refresh, and find it a new home.

Having an organized linen closet is wonderful for many reasons – for starters, it helps relieve stress because everyone knows where to find what they need, and makes your home feel more organized, clean, and harmonious.

But if you reckon you need some extra help dealing with your clutter, you can always hire a professional service to assist you. At Clutter Be Gone, we offer you a free telephone consultation so that you can tell us all about your goals for a clean and comfortable environment. Get in touch with us and learn more about our services!