Not every person has the privilege of having ample space for every item. However, you can expand your space by rolling your towels (or any other fabric item). Use the space you save with your towels to make room for items like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, an iron, or other toiletries.
|Source: An American in Sicily|
Between mail, recipes, coupons, receipts, and other documents, paper items can cause a lot of clutter. Consider scanning important documents, such as receipts, bills, and recipes, into the computer to relieve yourself of paper overload. If you prefer hard copies, designate a drawer with folders to hold your hard copies. Also, be sure to get rid of any junk mail that may come through the door by trashing it or shredding it as soon as you receive it. If you collect coupons, check your assortment each week and get rid of expired or unnecessary coupons.
4. Home Decor
Don't allow past seasonal items to take up precious space. Organize your seasonal items in bins and drawers. For Christmas items, consider this method of storage. You can also use crates and clear bins to store seasonal decor. Consider using a four drawer system (one for each season) to organize the seasonal nick-knacks.
|Source: Kuzak's Closet|