Put the “Calm” in Your Castle…
Thirteen “queens of organization” are about to whisk you away to their own castles where they will show you how they organized their top 10 clutter areas. So, let’s keep the momentum from our Power Purge and get organized!
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“She looketh well to the ways of her household.”
Proverbs 31: 27
In the Kitchen
Chelsea from Making Manzanita has an efficient way to store spices and a tutorial for printing her Farmhouse-style labels! I love the clear containers for a quick check of stock while creating shopping lists.
Under Sink Cabinets
Meredith from Unoriginal Mom demonstrates how using clear containers, labels, and vertical storage to save room and increase functionality.
Katie from Little House of Four has some great solutions for getting organized under the kitchen sink where there is potential for leaks.
Psst! I just have to say – they have the sweetest photo-bomb! Their sweet Golden Retriever, Molly, was on stand-by as Katie’s hubby fixed the leaking sink. Love Goldens!
Counter Top Organization
Laura from Inspiration for Moms offers great ways to corral your necessities and cut counter-top clutter. This area can be a daily battle.
Robin from A Home to Grow Old In completely renovated her pantry and shares solutions for storing pantry items by zone. Be inspired!
Bathroom and Linen Closet
Joy from The Aspiring Home gives you wonderful tips for clearing the clutter in your vanity and linen closet.
Erica from Dwell Beautiful has great tips for storing linen without a closet while keeping it beautiful.
Emily from Two Purple Couches provides a tutorial about how to create beautiful labels for your linen closet containers.
Meredith from Unoriginal Mom has a great post for getting your laundry supplies organized and looking great! She also has a link that teaches you how to make her sweet labels for your own laundry supplies.
Toni from Design Dazzle also shares how she organizes her laundry room cabinets. Sweet wallpaper!
Rachel from Rachel Teodoro corrals all the cleaning clutter into unique containers to make the best use of space and keep things handy, yet organized.
Sarah from She Holds Dearly re-purposes a closet into a toy storage area to keep toy clutter under control. I doubt I have ever used the word “gorgeous” to describe toy storage, but this is amazing!
Meg from Green with Décor creates a beautiful craft closet to organize her craft supplies. So inspiring!
Mary from The Boon Docks Blog has an ingenious solution for storing craft supplies and demonstrates how you can revive the interior of old suitcases.
Mary from The Boon Docks Blog demonstrates how to pretty-up your bookcase shelves while storing your stuff. So many great ideas to make everything pretty and coordinated. This looks so fun!
Thanks again to all of our “queens of organization” who generously shared their expertise with us. You are seriously inspiring!
Castle Revival Challenge Part II is next week!
That’s right! And if you missed Castle Revival Challenge Part I – The Power Purge you will want to check it out now and join me next week as we organize what remains in Part II.
I’m heading over to my nearest closet to put the “calm ” in my castle.
We’ll chat again next week. Happy organizing! 😉
I would love to hear from you!
In what areas of your home have you concurred clutter?
Are there still trouble spots?
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