Are you tired of your clutter? Do you love the look of a neatly organized space? Don’t we all! From closets to cupboards, we have everything you need to get your home looking its best. Wondering where to start? No worries, we put together a list of cleaning & organization essentials that will certainly help.
Closet Organization. The first step to organizing your closet is to evaluate all your clothing, shoes and accessories. It’s time to make tough decisions about what to keep, what to throw away and what to donate. Once all of your edits have been made, then you can buy closet organizers and supplies. For an elegant feel, we recommend purchasing a bunch of matching wooden hangers. You might also want to consider getting a rack or hanging organizer for your shoes.
Food Storage Containers. A well-organized cupboard is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? Check out food storage containers with airtight seals to lock in freshness and keep moisture out of your dry goods. They’re perfect for your pantry, and of course, for leftovers. We suggest getting a stackable storage container set with varying capacity sizes.
Pro tip: We also use small food storage containers for bathroom essentials like ear swabs and cotton balls.
Wall Hooks. Are you looking for a cute and easy way to organize your foyer? Wall hooks are ideal for hanging up your coats, scarves and keys. They also come in handy for tool or towel storage.
Storage Bins. A staple of the basement and garage, storage bins are the perfect place to stash the things you don’t use all the time. Storage baskets are a super-cute way to keep your living room or kids’ rooms organized, too.
Cleaning Supplies. Two words. Squeaky. Clean. From polishes and countertop cleaners to steam mops to vacuums, the right tools can help make every surface of your home shine. Personally, we’re big fans of self-propelled robotic vacuums. Just turn it on and let it do its thing. And don’t forget to buy a cleaning organizer so you can keep those supplies in order, too.
Oh, and don’t leave out the laundry room. Check out laundry organization champions like hampers, drying racks, detergent storage jars and tiny trash bins to toss your lint in.