Channel your inner Marie Kondo and let these so-organized-it-hurts spaces inspire you to declutter and organize your home with creative storage solutions and a minimalist approach to decorating.
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There’s nothing more satisfying than an organized pantry. Not only does it make finding what you need super easy and help prevent you from buying things you already have on hand, an organized pantry allows you to embrace open-shelving which is right on trend in kitchens at the moment.
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Keeping your home office as clean and clutter-free as this may seem near impossible, but, we’re here to prove you wrong! With some clever (and affordable) storage solutions like this IKEA shelving unit and handy storage baskets from Kmart, your office (and brain) will feel refreshed in no time. Don’t forget to add a few indoor plants to the mix.
If you’ve been putting off labeling all the jars in your pantry in hope of a "rainy day," this delightful display may inspire you to get out the label maker! The best part? You’ll never have to guess between plain and self-raising flour again!
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Wall hooks are a decorative storage solution and a great tool for preventing coats, bags, towels, and other miscellaneous items from being strewn all over the place. Go for classic timber or color match them to suit your interior.
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Talk about #laundrygoals! Who knew a laundry room could look so good. Usually adorned with dirty socks, this neat and tidy space would turn washing clothes into a chore you love doing! Well, almost…
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Wondering how to make use of that awkward space under the stairs? Why not turn it into a neat little shelving unit to keep your book collection in order. If you want it to look even more spectacular, you could always color-code the books (or not).
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Knick-knacks and treasured items are not to blame for a cluttered house — it’s the way they are displayed that is the problem. The owner of this gorgeous weatherboard beach house loves her collection of ceramics and family heirlooms and they look fantastic displayed in this built-in shelving, proving storage is key when it comes to an organized home.
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Small spaces are prone to clutter, usually due to lack of storage. Here, a wall-mounted shoe cabinet doubles as an entry table in this compact yet creative apartment.
High shelves and floor-to-ceiling bookcases are excellent storage solutions for small spaces – and if you’re handy with tools and wood, then it’s easy enough to install a unit or bookcase yourself.
Keeping the contents of the shelves tidy can really help to declutter the space visually, so grab some simple storage boxes to slot into the shelves and a few colorful glass tumblers to hide smaller knick-knacks.
This post was written by Olivia Clarke. For more, check out our sister site Homes to Love.
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