Earlier this week we wrote about the lovely jeweler’s bungalow/design studio that we redesigned and Lara touched upon how choosing the appropriate storage can really serve to update a space and get rid of clutter. With the studio we swapped out plastic bins for affordable structured cardboard ones and the room instantly looked more fresh, clean and organized.
The same goes for clutter behind closed doors! Even if clutter is not open for viewing, if it’s in a place where you have to access it regularly such as in the bathroom or a closet, using the appropriate storage can save time, space and an eyesore. If you have a hard time remembering what is inside, use labels or clear polypropylene containers. Glass jars are also great for a bathroom.