Tray Chic: Evaluate where family members tend to dump their stuff as they enter the house. Then go with the flow -- even if the location is the kitchen counter -- and set out a catchall, such as a wicker cutlery tray for keys, sunglasses, and electronics. Most organization experts agree: Storage systems that adjust to your habits rather than vice versa have a greater chance of enduring success. Entryway Organizations, The Doors, Dreams Home, Good Ideas, Organizations Ideas, Keys, House, Great Ideas, Cutlery Trays
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Get a plastic under bed organizer (like this). Cut pieces of heavy posterboard to fit and divide by each weekday. Use it to plan out your weekly outfits in advance or which textbooks/notebooks you’ll need for each day. (dorm organization tips!) college
kitchen organization - - keep papers off the counter! I would love this in my huge laundry room wall!!
How To: Organize Items "Just Passing Through" Your Studio
I need to do this. I'm always finding things I need to return to people, donate and so on. It would be great to always have a place to put it until I have a chance to get rid of it....the dining room table just isn't cutting it anymore
FREE printable storage labels- can print them on stickies or regular paper and laminate! I'm going to go label crazy! :)
Chevron and thick black borders. Add a splash of turquoise for that in-style color block feel. Genius!
Have tray on wall & bottle - place for matches and flameless scented candle
Pretty Pantry Here's a pantry that packs a punch. Keep food organized by assigning a shelf to each group (grains, baking ingredients, snacks, etc.). Line shelves with laminated fabric -- it's easy to clean and adds a splash of bright color. Use clear plastic containers to store your pantry goods and add an adhesive label to each container for an extra measure of organization