Have you made your new year’s resolutions yet? Make 2015 the year you resolve to get – and keep – your home organized! Here are some of our favorite resolutions to help you tackle your home organization projects this year.
Think outside the box
Get creative with your home’s organization this year! At Closet & Storage Concepts, we can design storage systems for nearly any space and purpose! Embrace unique solutions like Murphy beds to create a multi-purpose office and guest room. Murphy beds also help save space and provide extra storage!
Also, consider “dead space” to see if you can create extra storage space for your items. The space under the stairs or even above door frames can all be put to use. Our designers can help you locate areas where you can maximize storage space and can help you beautify your home.
Get rid of clutter
Clutter is the enemy of organization! Resolve to eliminate clutter from your home in 2015. This may seem like a lofty goal, but if you break it up into small, manageable tasks, you’ll be surprised at how much you can accomplish. Start by addressing areas of your home that tend to collect clutter – entryways, countertops, junk drawers, console tables, etc. Go through each area and thoroughly de-clutter and organize it. Once that’s complete, you should establish a system for keeping that area free of clutter. That could be anything from developing a filing system for loose papers, or installing hooks for hanging coats and purses to keep items out of piles on the ground.
Involve the whole family
This year, plan to involve the whole family in your home’s organization system. Create dedicated spots for your kids to store their toys and belongings. Install an entryway storage system with a coat hook and shoe cubby for each family member. Involving your family will help keep your home organized and save you time!
Whatever your resolutions are this year, we can help! Give us a call today for a free in-home estimate. We proudly serve the Philadelphia-metro, South Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware areas.