Make Marie Kondo Proud With These Three Easy Tips

You don’t need Marie Kondo to know life looks a little better when your home is de-cluttered. But decluttering is often easier said than done. Lucky for you, we have a few tips to help you get started.

In the kitchen

Your pantry doors can be used as storage space too! A simple shoe organizer hanging over the back of the door will do the trick. Once you hang one of those, use its pockets to store anything your pantry is too full to hold. To easily access items in the dark distant corners of the pantry, you can set a few lazy Susans in a few strategic places on the pantry shelves.

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In the shower

Showers can easily get super cluttered. All those products, soaps, and toiletries soon take over every single bathroom tile. Well, not anymore! Mount a wire rack on your shower wall and say goodbye to stumbling over your shampoo bottle. Some wire racks can be mounted with simple vacuum cups, but others need some actual drilling, so make sure to get the kind that’s right for you and your needs.

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In the bedroom

There is a lot you can learn about a person from the way he or she stores their underwear. Those who toss their undergarments in a random drawer are probably a little messy in other aspects of their lives. And those who press them and fold them with a measuring tape are probably psychopaths. Either way, most of us could use a nice tip on organizing our lingerie. You’ll need a shoebox (or more, depending on the amount of underwear we’re talking about) and a couple of cardboard dividers. Set the box in one of your drawers and put the dividers in there. Now you have three compartments (number of compartments is also up to you), one for your socks, another for your delicates, and a third for bras or anything else you like!

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