17 Easy Decluttering Solutions from the Experts
Counter Tray for Bathroom
The secret to keeping clutter and disorder out of the bathroom is to keep all the small, loose items that are used there in separate containers, then group them together on a tray.
Use furniture that can double as storage. Interior designer Myra Hoeffer found an antique trunk that doubles as a coffee table.
Clutter is kept off counters with this unique shelving unit. Adjustable circular shelves rotate around a vertical pole to provide access to seasonings and condiments when needed.
These adjustable dividers keep items easily accessible and the drawer uncluttered.
Use Decorative Bowls as Storage
"Baskets and trays are very homey and useful, not just for carrying things but also to organize collections," says kitchen owner Patrick Wade.
Mount Wall Brackets
Wall brackets can bring order to a large collection or odd shapes, which is what designer Mary Watkins Wood did in this master bedroom.
Don't Forget About Window Space
While you don't want to block too much natural light, small open window shelves will actually illuminate collections, like in this design by Windsor Smith.
No cords clutter the floor or desktop in this home office thanks to wireless equipment.
Wicker Baskets on a Tall Shelf
Floor-to-ceiling shelves provide easy access to dishes, place mats, and other kitchen necessities. Loose items are kept in wicker baskets, which add texture and visual interest while keeping order.
Creative Storage Solutions
This entryway stores hats on the antler collection wall display. The hat rack is both decorative and organizational.