How to organize your Home - interior design to get more free space

How to organize your Home - interior design to get more free space


I love to organize. It's something that I've always been good at, and it just comes naturally to me. But even though organizing is fun and easy to do, it can be hard to know where to start if you want your home to look nice and tidy. The best way is by following some simple steps like:

Get rid of stuff you don't need by organizing a yard sale

  • Make a list of things you want to sell.

  • Make sure you have enough space to store your items.

  • Set a date and time for the yard sale.

  • Advertise the yard sale on social media (the more people who know about it, the better). You can also invite friends and family members who might be interested in buying some of your belongings at an affordable price!

Get rid of stuff you don't need by donating it.

When you have too much stuff, it can be difficult to decide what to do with it. Whether you’re donating your old clothes and books or selling them online for cash, there are plenty of ways to get rid of things that aren't worth keeping.

  • Donate to charity: If you have extra items that would be useful for someone else, consider donating them instead of throwing them away! It’s not just about helping the environment—it will also make your house look nicer because fewer items means less clutter in sight.

  • Give away something old: If there are any things in your home that belonged to previous owners (like furniture), consider giving those away as well! This is especially helpful if they were purchased at garage sales or thrift stores because they may not fit into modern decor styles anymore—and yet still need somewhere safe while they wait until someone buys them again someday soon.* Sell via Craigslist/eBay: You can also sell some old clothing items online such as gently used jeans through sites like eBay where people buy other people's stuff instead of buying new ones every day...

Get rid of stuff you don't need by recycling it.

If you have extra items that you don't need, consider donating them to a charity. You can also donate your used items to a thrift store or friend who might be able to make use of them. If there's no one else around who needs these things, then consider donating them to family members or neighbors in need of extra storage space.

Finally, if none of these options work for whatever reason (maybe because it's too far away), consider giving away some of your unwanted stuff through schools and youth groups—it's always good karma!

De-clutter the attic, basement or crawl space

The attic, basement and crawl space are great places to save space in your home. We all have things that we don't use every day but still want around because they're handy or pretty. If you can't find a good home for something, let it go! If there's space for it somewhere else in the house, then move it there instead of letting the item sit collecting dust in your storage unit. You may be surprised at how much stuff you've accumulated over time without even realizing it until now!

Organize your closets

Organize your closet:

  • Use a closet organizer. They're inexpensive, easy to install and can be found at most hardware stores. The type of organizer you choose will depend on how much space you have in your closet and how many items you want to hang up there. If your space is limited, try using one of the hanging shoe organizers available on Amazon or Home Depot for around $10-$20 each (hanging shoe organizers are also known as "wand" or "bundles"). Hanging shoe organizers come in different styles so they can match any dĂ©cor style while still providing ample space for all of those shoes!

  • Add shelves above their doors or within each drawer so they don't take up too much room when not being used; This helps keep things neat & tidy by giving each item its own place where it won't get lost whenever someone opens up their dresser drawers!

Set up a craft room

A craft room is a designated space for storing and crafting. It can be in your home, or it can be an area of your house that you've set aside for this purpose.

If you have enough space, it's best to set up a separate room with individual shelves and drawers so that everything is stored neatly and easily accessible when needed. This way, you won't have to worry about misplacing things or getting frustrated because they're all over the place! You can also include hooks on these shelves so that pieces of fabric or yarn don't get tangled up together while being stored away from sight (this prevents them from tangling up!).

Organize your kitchen utensils by drawingers and cabinets

First and foremost, you'll want to make sure that your kitchen utensils are stored in drawers and cabinets. This way, you'll have more space and the ability to use them more efficiently.

Next, label each drawer and cabinet with what they're used for so that everything stays organized. If there's something specific that needs its own space (like a certain kind of knife), then make sure it has its own drawer or cabinet!

Lastly: keep like-items together so that nothing gets lost easily in the shuffle! Use a drawer divider if needed—it's an easy solution for separating items out by category (like cutting boards vs knives) or size (such as small kitchen appliances versus larger ones).

Add more floor space using shelves and cabinets.

  • Add more floor space using shelves and cabinets.

  • Make the most of your space with some imagination. You can do this by recycling paper and plastic items, or by adding storage space to your home!

It's all about organizing your space to make things easier to use but produce less clutter

Organizing your home is a process that can take time. But the results are worth it! Here are some tips for organizing your space:

  • Use containers to store things. Container organizers come in all different shapes and sizes, but they're all designed to keep things organized by allowing you to place them on top of one another without having to worry about bumping into each other or knocking them over. You can even buy special containers that attach directly onto shelves so you don't have any wasted space between items when they're not visible (like with shelving units). This method works best if you have limited storage space as well—so if there's room behind a piece of furniture, try using something like this instead!

  • Organize your space logically instead of haphazardly."Logic" means arranging items so everything has its own spot where it will fit rather than just thrown together randomly throughout the house without rhyme or reason."Haphazardly" means no rhyme or reason at all; it also refers back again--meaning "without planning beforehand."

Go through your things.

Organizing your home can be a challenge, but it's worth it in the long run. You'll get more space and make the space that you have feel more like home.

  • If you have too much stuff, get rid of it! Give away or sell what you no longer need at yard sales, on Craigslist or eBay. You might even consider hiring someone to help with this process if needed.

  • Recycle old clothes by donating them to Goodwill or another organization that accepts clothing donations (and puts them where they're needed). Also consider donating your books—they're taking up valuable real estate in their boxes anyway!

  • De-clutter your attic/basement/crawl space by clearing out all unnecessary items from those areas so they don't interfere with the use of their intended purpose; such as storing extra furniture around here instead of making room for new pieces elsewhere...

Put the things away.

  • Put the things away.

  • Don't leave things lying around.

  • Keep things tidy and organized by placing them in their proper place.

Create designated spaces for things.

You can make it easier to find what you need by creating designated spaces for things.

  • The first step is to identify where your most frequently used items are stored. These might include your keys, wallet and phone charger, pens and pencils, cleaning supplies (like sponges or mops), etc. If there isn't a spot in the kitchen or bathroom where these items are kept out of sight but close at hand—or if you have enough room for one dedicated drawer—consider putting them there so that it's easy for you to get them when needed.

  • Next up: identifying areas within each room where less-used items are stored as well as places where seldom-used ones go (for example: under the bed).

Put like-things together.

When you are organizing the space, it is important to put like-things together. For example, you can put your desk and chair in the same area or you can place your bed and nightstands in close proximity. This will help you find things easier as well as use them more efficiently, since they’re all going to be close by and within reach.

Another way of grouping similar items together is by color scheme or theme; for example, if you have a lot of green items throughout your house then consider using one color scheme that uses green tones throughout each room (such as using only green paint).

You can organize your home with a little effort and some creativity!

Organizing your home is a great way to get more free space, but it can be quite difficult. You don't have to worry about hiring an expensive professional if you use some creativity and some time. Here's how:

  • Use your imagination! If you're stuck for ideas, look around your house for things that are lying around but don't fit anywhere else in the room. For example, I have a shelf full of books that aren't being read anymore (and probably never will be) so I've been using them as decorating items on my wall or desktops; they also make good holders for small items like pens and pencils.* Don't be afraid to try new things—even if they don't work out perfectly at first! There's always room for improvement in design.* Don't throw away anything unless it really needs it gone from sight—don't waste money by buying something just because someone told me it was amazing when we were living together years ago...


Now that you know how to organize your home, there’s no reason not to make it a priority. I hope you find these tips helpful as you begin the process of decluttering and organizing your space. Remember, every room in our homes is different; we all have different needs when it comes to organization. Do what works best for you!

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