Organizing Small Spaces
The importance of organizing small spaces.
Clutter can be much more noticeable in smaller spaces. You will find if it is categorized and edited with solution able storage solutions it makes an enormous difference. You have to select a design system that will co-inside with your lifestyle, allowing you to find what you need when you need it.
What makes a small space tough to organize?
Clutter can be overwhelming, it makes area's look like a lost cause. Maximizing small spaces takes some extra creativity but its attainable.
What is important to know first before starting?
Mastering the Art of the Edit
“Editing is the foundation of a sustainable organized system,”
thorough edit is always the first step in the pair’s organizing process, whether they’re tidying up a single drawer or cleaning out a walk-in closet. Here’s how to pare down, The Home Edit way:
Step 1: Take everything out. And they do mean everything: The space you’re working on should be totally empty when you’re done. “If you don’t get in there and pull out every single item, then you’re just kicking the can of beans down the road, not to mention building a faulty foundation with your organizing project,” the pair write.
Step 2: Create groupings. As you pull things out of the space you’re organizing, pair like items together, which will help you keep it all in order and see if you have any duplicates. But don’t be tempted to start putting it all back in just yet, they insist. That comes after the next step.
Step 3: Edit. Now it’s time for the paring down to begin, which is often the trickiest (and most emotional!) part. “Take a hard look at everything sitting in front of you and ask yourself, ‘Are all these things worth my energy?”
“That’s really what this all comes down to—deciding which items are worth your attention, time, and effort when it comes to creating (and maintaining) a gorgeous, clean, Zen-like space that makes you happy every single day.”