7 Tips on How to Make Your Home More Space-Efficient

We are all busy people, so it’s understandable if we don’t have time to clean our homes. Simple things such as forgetting to throw a can out after you’re done with it is not a pressing concern, but when clutter starts to pile up around the house due to neglect, that’s when it becomes a real problem. You will lose precious space in your home to clutter, which will make it difficult for you to live the way you want.

If you have been having issues with decluttering your home, here are some things you can keep in mind:

1. Hide Your Cords

It’s not ideal to have cords and wires scattered on the floor of every room in your home. Not only does this look messy, you can easily trip over them. That’s why you should find a way to hide them or, at the very least, keep them in one pile so that they don’t lie all over your floor. Remember, scattered cords are an accident waiting to happen. You can place these cords in a small canal in the wall instead so they aren’t visible and won’t cause accidents.

2. Put Your Leftovers in Tupperware

Instead of placing leftovers in the fridge, it’s best that you store them in airtight containers like Tupperware products. Such containers aren’t that expensive and they are incredibly versatile, meaning you can pack lunches or store ingredients in them. The best part about them is that they make it easier for you to manage the space in your fridge compared to cans and bottles.

3. Use Drawer Organizers  

One thing that many people fail to do when they’re trying to organize their home is to make use of the available space in their drawers. If this is something that you’re struggling with, you should consider getting a drawer organizer to make everything more streamlined and less cluttered.

4. Put the Small Necessities in One Place

Small items such as bottle openers, elastic bands, and screws can get lost easily. Therefore, you should have a designated place to store them so you can find these things when you need them.

5. Store Your Books on a Shelf

If you have piles of old books and magazines lying around, you may want to sell them. If you don’t, they should be arranged nicely on a shelf.

6. Buy a Jewelry Tray  

You need to make sure that all your jewelry is stored in a single place in your house so you don’t end up losing any of your beloved pieces. It’s crucial that you develop the habit of taking every piece of jewelry off in the same place so that you don’t risk misplacing them in your own home.

The jewelry tray in the image is a custom jewelry tray from The Jewelry Tray Factory and it came out perfect. Because the built ins at my client’s home were a specific dimension, it was difficult to find already made jewelry trays that fit the drawers without gaps. Because we went the custom route, which is what I always recommend if the budget allows, all of my client’s jewelry has a great home and it has space for more jewelry. Her husband may not be to happy with that though!


7. Organize Your Office Supplies  

Pencils and pens are among those things that will show up everywhere when you don’t need them, but as soon as you do, they will disappear into thin air. You need to assign a special place for these things so you can find them when you need them most.

If you’re looking for a professional organizer in Houston, TX to help make more space in your property, get in touch with Rescue My Space today! We’re always more than happy to help.