Just start. One drawer at a time. Declutter, identify your most used items, reinstall with some organizers, then donate or relocate the rest. If you choose to relocate, check in with how often you go looking for those items. If it’s often, adjust. Be flexible and mindfully curate your kitchen drawers based on frequency of use for your lifestyle. Everyone is different. It can be a little trial by error but you’ll learn. You got this.
Arts and crafts made easy with simple organization and labels. The “our bins” from @thecontainerstore are versatile and functional for so many areas of the home. These make there way into every organizer’s tool kit.
A couple of our weekend favorites: 🤍Monica Leed’s @simplyspaced 🤍Clea & Joanna’s @thehomeedit 🤍 52 Lists of Happiness @mooreaseal
We’re talking labels and label makers in our stories today. We share the secret to creating those beautiful vinyl labels along with some more affordable options. Our friends are also sharing similar tips: @thesimplesort @theorganizingorg @shelfienyc @mindyourmess @thewhereverhome
Declutter and donate often. This beautifully organized drawer can remain intact but only with consistent editing. Babies will grow and new socks, new booties, and new onsies will be purchased. It is the power of constant editing that allows your spaces to remain organized. Every time you do laundry, edit. Even if it’s one item. If you can designate a donation bin somewhere in the house, maybe even right inside the closet or garage, and make weekly donation drops. You won’t regret it! Check out our stories for more on decluttering. Also give a follow these ladies providing tips this week: @thesimplesort @shelfienyc @theorganizingorg @thewhereverhome @mindyourmess
If you caught our story yesterday, you now know our process for decanting spices. Ready for another easy project with a big benefit? Try decanting your cereals. We love these canisters and labels from @idlivesimply ✨ This quick project will instantly give your pantry a clean and uniform look. #myidesign #idlivesimply #idesign
It’s day 1 of sharing some simple home organizing tips in collaboration with four other organizers and a designer. We chose the topic of decanting and storing spices. Check it out in our stories along with these other unique and helpful perspectives: @thesimplesort @theorganizingorg @shelfienyc @mindyourmess @thewhereverhome 📷 @thegreyedit @thegreyeditphoto