6 Organizational Tools Every Home Needs

Shaker Run - Monday, November 19, 2018

Whether you’re moving soon or you’ve been in your home for quite some time, there’s always room for better organization. Once you’ve become better organized, your move will be easier and you’ll have a better time finding items in your home. It can be as simple as finding a new spot for an item, or incorporating organizational tools into your home. 

Keep Your Home Organized with These 6 Tools 

1. Entryway Hooks: Even if you don’t use your entryway as anything more than a way to enter and exit your home, it can still be a spot that needs a certain level of organization. Installing hooks for things like car keys can keep them off your counter top and in a spot where you always know where they are. 
2. Lid Racks: Finding the right lid for your pots and pans can be beyond frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be. Lid racks can sit inside of your cabinets and make all of your lids visible and easy to access. You can also use these same racks to keep items like muffin tins and baking sheets organized. 
3. Spice Racks: Whether you purchase a rack for your counter top or cabinet, keeping your spices organized can really help step up your home-chef life. Spices can quickly become disorganized, misplaced, or labels face the wrong way which can hinder how well your recipes turn out. If you think you have the dried parsley a recipe calls for, but it’s actually mint, you’ll be disappointed. 
4. Vacuum-Sealed Storage Bags: In the great northeast we’re accustomed to bulky sweaters and scarves, but when it comes to storing them, they can take up a lot of space. Vacuum-sealing can take the air out of the bag which makes them less bulky, easier to store, and creates a better organized closet. 
5. Over-the-Door Organizer: From makeup, shoes, to ties, over-the-door organizers can be quite handy and frees up space in your home! Rather than storing makeup or brushes in a drawer, hang them up behind the bathroom door. Everything will be organized and you won’t have to scrounge through a cluttered drawer looking for a hair tie. 
6. Kitchen Drawer Inserts: They can keep much more than your silverware organized; these inserts can also keep your spatulas, tongs, and can openers from getting tangled or stuck. Contain your items and keep them in their proper place so you aren’t struggling to get the drawer open and you can find your items when you need them. 

Try incorporating these tools into your home today to help organize areas like drawers, closets, and cabinets. If you’ve tried these tricks and find that it’s still difficult to keep your space organized, it could simply be that your space is too small. With walk in closets, multiple floorplans to choose from, garages and additional storage available, you’ll have no issue finding a home for all of your belongings! Contact us today to schedule a tour of our apartments and find your new home. 

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