Show ‘N Share for Clutter Control:
This lovely laundry room became even lovelier when we did some serious clutter control. The table meant for folding can now be used at will because the piles of clothes have been removed and put in their place. One of the containers was labeled so the hand wash doesn’t get mixed up with the other clothes.
In the cupboards there are washing supplies, emergency supplies, and now cat supplies. All are organized by category and in terms of how easy it is to retrieve what is most often used and needed. One thing we did was simply adjusting the shelves.
When doing clutter control in any area keep in mind:
- What do I use most often—keep these items where they can be easily accessed and returned.
- Teach your family what your goals are and get their commitment to help keep it clutter free.
- Use suitable containers.
This is a laundry room in progress—several containers will come to live to keep the items in the cupboards in their own space.
Does your laundry room light you up? Does it need clutter control or is it just the way you want it? About once every two weeks I find that I have to tidy mine up and remove sneaky things that have come to live there that don’t belong.