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10 ways to save Space at Home

Decluttering is a better solution than building space shelves for several reasons. Firstly, decluttering allows you to get rid of items that are no longer needed or used, reducing the amount of stuff you have to store. This not only frees up physical space but also helps to declutter your mind and reduce stress. Secondly, decluttering is a more cost-effective solution as you don’t have to spend money on building shelves or storage units. Finally, decluttering encourages a minimalist lifestyle, which promotes simplicity, sustainability, and a more organized and peaceful living space. In short, decluttering is a more practical, cost-effective, and beneficial solution than building space shelves.

  1. Start by decluttering: Take a look at everything you have and decide what you truly need and what you can get rid of. You can start by categorizing your items into “keep,” “donate,” and “discard” piles.
  2. Use vertical space: Look up and see if there is any unused wall space that you can use for storage. Consider installing shelves or hanging organizers to maximize the use of the vertical space.
  3. Utilize under-bed storage: Invest in under-bed storage containers to store items like clothing, bedding, or seasonal items. This will free up closet or dresser space.
  4. Invest in multifunctional furniture: Look for furniture that can serve multiple purposes, such as a storage ottoman or a bed with built-in drawers.
  5. Create a system for paper clutter: Create a filing system for important documents and bills to keep them organized and easily accessible. Consider going paperless for bills and other documents.
  6. Use drawer dividers: Utilize drawer dividers to keep smaller items organized and easy to find. This can be especially useful for items like socks, underwear, or jewelry.
  7. Store items by frequency of use: Store items that you use frequently in easy-to-reach locations, and items that you use less often in harder-to-reach locations.
  8. Make use of door space: Hang organizers or hooks on the back of doors to store items like bags, scarves, or shoes.
  9. Group like items together: Group similar items together in drawers or on shelves to make them easier to find and access.
  10. Keep surfaces clear: Clear off surfaces like countertops and desks to make your space feel more open and less cluttered. Store items in drawers or on shelves instead.

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