How can you Keep the Mess to a Minimum in your New Home?

Are you trying to tame the mess in your new home? Here is a look at some ways to help when you have more stuff than you know what to do with in your new home.

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How can you Keep the Mess to a Minimum in your New Home?

Posted by MARK Z. on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 at 8:35am.

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Are you trying to tame the mess in your new home? You’ve got a ton of moving boxes sorted by room, you have your first-week box unpacked and causing a mess, you’ve got children’s toys, bouncy chairs and more scattered throughout the house and you have no idea where to start with the mess.

You may want to attempt to first put the furniture where you foresee it working best and then trying to unpack boxes. Choose where dressers, cabinets, tables, beds and couches will go so that you can start organizing where lamps will go, clothing, toys and more.

Then you can start to hang things on the wall, put them on tables and counters or out on display. Here is a look at some ways to help when you have more stuff than you know what to do with in your new home.

Wall Storage

If you create a wall storage display that is color-coordinated, you’ll notice that it really helps eliminate clutter and promotes tidiness in rooms. Color-coordinated wall storage displays will not only help with cluttered bins and toys that have no home, but it will add a pop of color to a room without looking tacky.

Multi-Use Daybed

If you have a room that people like to hang out, read, study, use a computer or enjoy a movie, a day bed may be a perfect addition to the room. You can make it comfortable and yet formal enough to keep the room looking tidy. It can also function as easily accessible storage that remains hidden.

Wall-Mounted Boxes

Another way to use your room’s space is to make the walls your storage space. Have an array of wall-mounted boxes to create a collection of your child’s absolutely favorite books, toys, shoes and anything else you’d like in reach. If you have it in reach for your child, they can learn to clean up toys when they are done too.

Hidden Storage on Wheels

Another trick is to get a storage unit that is on wheels. You can wheel it into the bedroom when you need something from it while wheeling it back into the closet or under the bed when you’re done. It’ll be a nice way to hide toys from every day clutter.

Try these tips, along with big, labeled storage bins to start organizing the chaos in your home. Before you know it, everything you own will have a home inside your home and will be easily organized for finding it later.

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