Revealed: Top tips for organising your home according to professional organiser
Clean home, clear mind is a statement many UK households long to achieve. However, keeping your home nice and organised can often feel like a never-ending task.
To help homeowners keep their home spick and span, Wren Kitchens has collaborated with professional organiser, Rhiannan Morgan to reveal the tips and tricks homeowners can follow to keep their abode as organised as possible.
Tackle decluttering first
Before you organise your home, you need to tackle all the clutter. When deciding whether to keep an item, ask yourself the following two questions:
Do I love it?
Do I need it?
If the answer is not yes to at least one of these questions, then it’s time to say goodbye.
Identify danger zones
Often located near the front door, the living room, kitchen, and bedroom, every home has a hotspot for clutter. Pretend you’re a visitor and walk around your home to look for clusters of clutter. It can help to make a video on your phone, because when you watch it back, you’ll likely notice clutter that you’re usually oblivious to.
Organise your cupboards with baskets
Avoid putting items directly into your cupboards, and instead, place your items into baskets. The basket system makes it easier to organise items into categories, meaning you can avoid a mismatched mayhem of cupboards. Plus, by sorting your cupboards with baskets, you can access the things you need much easier – and it will be quicker to clean.
Consider when you will need items
When choosing where to store items, ask yourself when you’ll actually need to use them. Considering the arrangement of the content in your cupboards can be helpful when keeping your home organised as you know where everything is placed, so you don’t need to rummage through all your cupboards when you need to find something.
Regularly stock-take and rotate
Get into the habit of stock taking in your kitchen and rotating food once a week, ideally before you plan your meals and do your grocery shop. That way, you can ensure you’re using up food within its shelf life, and it’ll help you to spend less, as you won’t buy any unnecessary duplicate food items.