Beautiful people live in beautiful homes. In our long years of serving numerous London households, we noticed how a clean and tidy environment impacts positively the residents. Our clients are always happy and smiling and as much as we would love to take the full credit for it, science has proven this is a natural reaction to a well-organised home. Have you been feeling down lately? You may find a solution for your unhappy mood in the lines below as we give you some clever home organisation ideas.
It may be an odd place to start from, but there’s so much you can do with it to make it look a lot tidier and joyful. Perhaps, it will bring some memories of your old grandma’s house. In our busy daily life we often just throw jars and packs in the pantry. Instead, use clearly labeled transparent containers for most of your longlife products like cereals, rice, flour, sugar, coffee, tea and so on. Not only it looks neat, it helps you keep an eye on all our supplies and restock before you run out.
The Laundry Room
Most people don’t pay too much attention to the laundry room, because no one ever spends more than a few minutes in it. But that doesn’t mean it should look cluttered and unpleasant. Even if you don’t have much space in the room, try to mount some shelves and even a small cupboard on the wall. There you can keep your detergents and other laundry supplies. Add colour to the place. A summer theme may be a great idea as the association with sunny, weather and a beach holiday uplifts the mood. It may stimulate you to do the laundry more often.
The Children’s Room
Here we go… this is usually the messiest of all places in every home, especially with very young children or teenagers. The best solution here are multifunctional storage units. A good example is the storage bench. It’s name tells you what purposes it serves. Use the baskets to store toys, shoes or clothes for your child. If siblings are sharing a room, labelling is a must-do if you want to keep the space organised. Kids love stickers anyway so just put their names or favourite colours on their side of the room and closet.
The kitchen is the busiest room in a house on most occasions. Yes, even if you don’t cook regularly. There are so many small items that easily clutter the space and make it look really messy. Here are a few clever organisation ideas:
- Pin the plastic bag boxes to the inner side of the pantry door
- Use a paper / magazine holder to store your chopping boards
- Put a rotary food tray for the fridge
The Living Room
By definition, the living room is the most organised one, because everything has its place and it stay there. Except for the really small things like phone chargers and remote controls. We’ve got some amazing hacks for those:
- Label each charger and put them in a small box that’s also labeled for easy identification
- Have a remote control box with sections for every remote control. Again, use labels.
In addition, get a wicker trunk to use both as a sitting place (when you have more visitors) and storage.
Have you come up with some creative ways to organise your home and save space? We’d really love to know. Why don’t you share with us in the comments below?