DECLUTTER YOUR SPACE.
MAXIMIZE YOUR TIME.
SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE.
4) Moved winter clothing to under-the-bed storage.
5) Labeled baskets.
3) A shelving insert sorts stickers, activity books, paper, and special projects.
4) New homes were found for items that didn't belong in the Kids' Craft Zone.
5) All shelved and containers were labeled.
3) Items is baskets are not identifiable.
4) No shoe storage.
3) Non-craft items need to be stored elsewhere.
3) A stackable shelf maximizes space and accessibility.
3) NEXT STEP: Drawer dividers will help to keep items in their place and easy to find and return.
1. Very little counter space and storage space in this small kitchen, which is taken up by everyday kitchen items.
2. Utensil container is overstuffed, making it challenging to take out and put back a needed item.
2. The utensil drawer is overstuffed, is difficult to close, and digging is required to find items.
1. Installed drawer dividers; assigned each item a "home." (Lifestyle Systems from Container Store)
2. Hung a magazine holder on the inside of a cupboard to store aluminum foil, plastic wrap, wax paper, plastic bags.
3. Installed a wall system to provide easily accessible hanging and shelf storage, freeing up counter and drawer space.
4. BONUS: The wall system provides additional space for everyday cookbooks, pot holders, and pans. (IKEA)
Organized by Amanda