Most landlords do not
allow you to make drastic changes to their homes or
install new cabinets and shelves, according to your
needs. Organizing homes remain a priority for busy
students or office going people or even housewives
with scores of other work to take care of other than
Small apartments often have lesser space and if we
are not organized, the clutter and chaos can make out very lives
overwhelming, as we seem to spend most of our time finding for one
thing or the other. Allergies to dust and bugs may make our life a
living hell too. Here are some top-class ideas and tips to face
the challenge of making better use of small rooms and areas in our
rented apartments and homes and live more efficiently:
Buy some storage units and keep things in the
place they are needed. After using things, put them in their
Clutter or things to be discarded occupies
much of our usable space and make our homes look disorganized
and makes us loose our precious time in finding little things
that keep disappearing in it. So get rid of it now!
Don't leave things undone. Pay those bills,
file paper properly, do the dishes on time and mend the
leaking taps and squeaking doors. Work finished helps us to
relax better and avoids much of the clutter.
Remember the lesson - 'Make a place for
everything and keep everything in its place.'
Transform your junk drawer into a neatly
organized storage unit by removing all items from it and
lining it with a newspaper. Toss aside the things that are
useless and categorize other things into families such as
nails and screws, hammer and screwdrivers, wires of all types
and other such categories. Make compartments in the drawer
using separators such as ice cube trays, small boxes and
containers and keep your things as categorized before.