Unless you truly like to declutter, it’s typically a pretty overwhelming process for most people. Below I break down all my tips for how to declutter your home like a professional, room by room, with a FREE checklist you can use for every project! Plus, I share all the steps I go through to organize my in-home and virtual clients!
How To Declutter Your Home Like A Professional Organizer
Area 1: Kitchen
The kitchen is the busiest place in the house for most families. Keeping things organized here can help with quick meal prep! Make sure you keep all cooking supplies located in areas where they are frequently used. Keep as little on the counter as you can. And give everything a home! For more kitchen organization tips, check out these posts:
Area 2: Pantry
Being able to find everything in your pantry can actually help keep your food costs down! Not only are you saving money because you aren’t buy excess, but you are more likely to use up everything you have and creating less waste! For more pantry tips, check out these posts:
Area 3: Living Spaces
I love having a well-organized living room or family room. Contain extra items in your living spaces with some of these helpful tips:
Area 4: Bedrooms
Closets, drawers, and toys.. oh my! There is a lot to tackle in bedrooms, which is why these tips are rather specific for each type of bedroom in your home!
Area 5: Bathrooms
Bathroom organization can be tricky, depending on how much you need to store in your space. I have a bunch of helpful tips for organizing your bathrooms and linen closets below!
Area 6: Play Rooms
The most important thing to remember when it comes to limiting toy clutter, is to constantly sift through toys and get rid of the ones your kids don’t play with anymore. Even if it’s one or two at a time. It really does add up quickly!
Area 7: Garage
Here in Chicago it is too cold to get the garage organized, but come spring, it should totally be on the top of your to-do list! Some of my favorite ways to organize the garage include using wall and ceiling space for storage, and to categorize everything!
Now that you have the knowledge for how to organize, it’s time to actually get accountable!! Join me, over on my Facebook group where we talk about organizing and home decor!