Monday, June 15, 2015

Organizing kids clothes in drawers

How to organize kids clothes in drawers

Parents, make your life less complicated with this laundry hack! If you spend a little bit more time folding clothes and putting them in drawers this way, it will save you a lot of time when getting your kids dressed during the week!

This is what the drawer looked like before. The shirts are folded, but you have to lift up the shirts on top to see what is below, doing that can unfold the shirts and you might not have time to refold before starting your day.

To avoid that, stack shirts instead of laying them flat so you can see what's on them, making it easier to pick clothes.

By folding clothes this way, you create a lot more space and can fit more into the drawer.

Ikea Skubb drawer organizer

Use Skubb drawer organizers from Ikea to separate items in your drawers. This is helpful if you use your drawer to hold multiple items.

You can see once I placed the Skubb organizers in the drawer it's much easier to distinguish between the items in the drawer. You can buy the Skubb organizer here. At $7.99 it's definitely worth it!

Checkout my step-by-step video on organizing kids clothes here!

Monday, June 1, 2015

Organize your bathroom on a budget

Organizing doesn't have to be expensive. Check out these inepensive ways to organize your bathroom.

Use storage bins from dollar tree to maximize the space under your bathroom sink. If you've never been to the Dollar Tree, everything is truly $1. You can check them out here and here.

Use shelves to free up space on you bathroom countertop. These shelves came from Target, 3-pk for $25.

Use a fun planter from Ikea to store excess items that couldn't fit on the shelves. Check them out here.

Easily install a multiuse hanger on the back of you bathroom door to hang towels and other things you might have in your bathroom.

For step-by-step tutorials on organizing your bathroom on a budget click here, here and here.