Saturday, December 26, 2015

Organizing Your Personal Stuff At Home

Accessories with various sizes can be a tough challenge when it comes to organizing and re arranging them. But there are methods that work ;).

  • For Bags - invest on shelf organizers, just like what they have in the library. They can keep your bags contained and tidy. Larger bags should be arranged side by side, while flat clutches can be stacked flat on top of each other. Remove all purses from their dust bags except for those that have delicate skins. Purses made of suede should be separated from each other as the color can stain. Use acid-free paper to maintain their shapes.
  • For Scarves & Belts - Knit scarves can be rolled and arranged by color in a breathable cloth bin. Belts can be hanged on hooks. A belt-specific hanger can snag on adjacent clothing.
  • For Jewelries - To avoid tangles and losing pendants, keep clasps closed. Bulky items can be put into a hook to prevent more delicate chains safe. Wrap corkboard with fabric alternately, hang it up and invest in sturdy push pins so you can easily see the full array.
  • For Shoes - For boots, line them with boot trees along the floor. Store them with a clear plastic box under the bed when not in use or during warmer months. Avoid putting them on a back-of-the-door racks, as they become too close to your clothing. You never know what your shoes pick up, - bacteria, virus, germs, etc...You don't want them stuck on your clothes. Flats and heels can be stacked in clear-labeled boxes. Flip-flops and sneakers can be piled in a catchall bin.