9 Decluttering Secrets From Professional Organizers
Nine smart strategies spotted in (and stolen from) the houses of expert clutter-busters. Chalk it up to experience—they really work.
Tripping over your own shoes? Can’t find your favorite T-shirt? You’re not alone. These quick tips can help you get organized.
T-Shirts Rolled and Filed
New York City organizer Barbara Reich discovered that she could get about a third more T-shirts in a drawer with a fold-and-roll
technique. But the best part is that this method keeps logos, patterns, or labels displayed, making it a cinch for a kid to
hunt down that top she so desperately needs on a given day. (Also works for adults, who, let’s face it, are just as picky.)
Use dividers to create precise rows.
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