Do you love looking at pictures of organized areas of homes in magazines? I know I do! It gives me a sense of calm when I see everything all organized nicely. 

But what if you want to have that same feeling in your home?

What if you want to create an organized home of your dreams? Like being able to take the pictures from the magazine and put them into your home?

These 6 ways will help you create the most organized home you can handle!

 

Dream Closet

When it comes to closets, there are so many dream closets out there. When I took the time to invest in a closet system based on how I used the space, my clothes seemed happy. Mostly because I could see them all. And I was wearing far more than I was with just a rod in our closet.

So how can you make those dream closets a reality? 

I break down my tips here.

But if you aren’t into doing the project yourself, there are many companies that can support you in creating a dream closet that works with your stuff and your budget!

Budget-Friendly

If you want the look of the high-end closets, but not ready to invest in them, these tricks will help you!

Fridge

My favorite way to keep food organized in the fridge is by using bins to keep everything tidy. When everything is in bins inside the fridge, items doesn’t get lost in the back. 

This fridge organization is from The Container Store, and I am breaking down how you can recreate this look in your fridge!

Freezer

You can do similar things to your freezer as you would in your fridge. Most fridge bins are also freezer-friendly. But make sure to check first! Below are some of my favorite freezer-friendly bins to keep your freezer organized.

Pantry

I love an organized pantry. I think you end up buying less when your pantry items are totally organized. This pantry below from Better Homes and Gardens is the perfect example of that. 

Kids’ Art Supplies

Now kids’ art supplies can get everywhere. So keeping them organized is really helpful in keeping them tidy. I love a good art cart because you can wheel it to where the kids are working and store it in a closet if you don’t want a mess. Read how to keep art supplies tidy here.

 

Your Turn

Now it is your turn to organize your areas of your home just like what you see in the magazines! What area should I do next? Comment below!

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