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Organise your home – tips to help you declutter

With everyday life in full flow, it can easily become quite messy in our homes, which both consciously and unconsciously affects how we feel. We have you five quick tips on how to organise your home and give you our top tips for stylish storage in all rooms of the home.
Friday 23rd March 2022
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1. INVEST IN NICE STORAGE BOXES & BASKETS

For the most part, it is the small things that cause us the most bother in everyday life: keys that are not where they should be, papers covering the sides and children's toys scattered around the room. The solution to each of these problems is simple: stylish storage boxes and baskets.

The stylish storage basket Restore from Muuto is perfect for collecting books, while a practical basket like Wire can take care of everything from unused toys to the blankets you do not want to laying around the bedroom. Investing in stylish storage baskets makes it a little more fun to organise your home.

Tip - invest in stylish storage like these boxes from Ferm Living and it will feel more fun to organise your home!

Restore storage basket from Muuto - perfect for putting books or documents in.

2. UTILISE THE WALLS IN SMALL SPACES

We do not always have room for as much storage as we need in a room. In these cases, it is a great idea to utilise the space on the walls. The stylish Pythagoras shelving systems from Maze work perfectly to use as an alternative to bedside tables in cramped bedrooms, while a smaller hall is brought into order with these stylish hooks The Dots.

Use the walls in smaller rooms with smart solutions such as Maze Pythagoras shelving systems.

Muuto The Dots

3. GROUP YOUR ITEMS

For the appearance of an organised home try grouping your things together. Group all the books in one corner, group the plants in the window and the candlesticks on the coffee table - it will immediately feel a little more ordered.

Another tip to help your home feel better organised is to group things together - like the candlesticks on the coffee table.

4. BRING OUT WHAT YOU USE MOST

One simple tip to organise your home is to display those items that you use the most. For example, rearrange the kitchen cabinets so that you can easily access your most used frying pan, your lunch boxes or the most used spices - it will save you a lot of searching in the drawers every day.

Do you use your cutting boards daily? Stand them on the kitchen side as part of your kitchen decor and it will be easier to access them.

5. DECLUTTER

Clean house, clear mind as the saying goes. Clearing your home of clutter and the things that no longer give us any joy can really give your home and your mind a boost. Clean your cabinets and closets and donate anything you no longer want to a new home and a new life.

A home always feels more welcoming after a good declutter and that makes organisation a little easier.

ORGANISE YOUR HOME - TIPS FOR STYLISH STORAGE FOR ALL ROOMS

Each room has its own organisational needs, so here are some storage tips that can make everyday life a little easier:

FOR THE HALL

  • A side table for your mail, keys and bag, when you get inside the door.
  • A hat shelf with hooks for your coats & jackets.
  • A shoe shelf – tip: sort your shoes according to the season so there will be less to store at one time.
  • An umbrella-stand so you can easily and conveniently find your umbrella when you need it.

Give your hall a lift with a stylish side table where you can store things such as keys, mail and even your shoehorn.

Organise your hall with stylish coat hooks, storage boxes for hats and gloves and an umbrella stand so everyday life becomes a little smoother.

FOR THE BEDROOM

  • Smaller boxes or jars to put your jewellery and other small items in.
  • A basket to put decorative pillows and bedspreads in when you go to sleep.
  • A clothes rack that you can hang tomorrow's clothes on, so you avoid stress in the morning when you leave. <br>

Decorate & organise your bedroom with a stylish clothes rack and hangers from Brabantia.

Tip: put a basket in the bedroom so you can put extra blankets and bedspreads in when not in use.

FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM

  • Simple hooks for children's bags, clothes or toys.
  • A cute storage basket that makes organising toys something playful or even Ferm Living's stylish Plant box to store your children’s favourite books?
  • A stylish pedal bucket that you can easily throw diapers and wet wipes in is also a very organised and sensible part of the interior. <br>

Organise the children's room with cute storage boxes that make the whole thing a little more playful! Here from Bloomingville.

Tips for the children's room: simple hooks and playful storage baskets are both nice and practical!

FOR THE BATHROOM

  • A stylish laundry basket like the Herman wash basket from Ferm Living
  • A stylish toothbrush holder.
  • Smaller storage baskets so you can organise everything from make-up to hygiene products.
  • A soap dish or stylish tray to store hand soap and hand cream - it will also give your bathroom a more luxurious feeling. <br>

Keep the bathroom organised by giving everything a place – here you see the By hand toothbrush holder from Mette Ditmer.

A stylish laundry basket makes it somewhat easier to organise the dirty laundry - here the Herman basket from Ferm Living.

FOR THE KITCHEN

  • Practical glass jars that you can store dry food in for a more organised and stylish appearance in the kitchen cabinets.
  • A dish brush organiser so you have the dish brush and detergent collected.
  • A tray to group spices and oil and vinegar bottles on. <br>

Tip: store dry foods such as flour and pasta in glass jars and they will be better protected and better organised in the kitchen cupboard.

The Skagerak Norr box is perfect for organising the oil and vinegar bottles that can sometimes lack their own place in the kitchen.

FOR THE LIVING ROOM

  • A newspaper-stand to stop your newspaper ending up all over the living room before you are finished reading.
  • A storage basket for blankets and throws that you do not want on the sofa.
  • A tray to store all remote controls on so you do not have them scattered in the living room. <br>

Place a newspaper-stand close to where you usually sit and read so you can easily put the newspapers back. Here you see the Herman newspaper stand from Ferm Living.

A blanket over the back of the sofa is a lovely detail, but if you have several blankets, it can be nice to have a basket in the living room to store them all.

More tips for stylish storage can be found in our large range of storage solutions.

Text: Arijana Kapic Photography: Angeliqa Daldorph, Ferm Living, Muuto, Maze, Brabantia, Skagerak, House Doctor

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