Productivity in your home is one of the main reasons you are able to get out of the house on time in the morning, cook a meal in the kitchen efficiently, and find what you need in your bedroom closet at night. An organized and productive home will help to create a living space that is enjoyable for your family and in turn prevents chaos and inefficiency. If you’re trying to find ways to get more organized in your home this season, look at these ideas that are simple and see if you add more time to your day to enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning.
Kitchen efficiency is crucial:
In your kitchen do you find it difficult to find what you need while cooking, preparing, or sitting down for a meal? Try taking stock in your kitchen cabinets and finding what needs an organization overhaul. Throw out old food, boxes, and food storage ware that is old and cluttering your cabinets.
Consider installing drawer, shelf and cabinet organizers to help stack vertically and optimize your storage space in your kitchen. If you need help, hire a kitchen designer who can help you assess your kitchen lifestyle and assess how you can be more productive without sacrificing time in your kitchen.
Look at how this drawer has been transformed to enable utensils, spices and other essentials in plain view and easy to find.
Create a closet that you aren’t afraid of:
Many people think your closets are supposed to be a place to hide your junk! On the contrary, if you have an efficient closet to store your items your time looking for stored items will be cut down; in turn helping you become more productive when searching in your home for shoes, clothes, pantry items and more. If you have a tall closet or pantry consider using clear storage bins and drawers to see what you are storing and label each container if necessary. This works well for seasonal clothing, home decorations, and children’s and garage items that are small. Use these tips to create a storage area that is organized and is easy to navigate, instead of run out of!