Being frugal is something a lot of us can relate to when we have no other options. Low-cost home organisation might come naturally to some, but to others, lacking the vision or creativity, it might be a bit harder. Let us help you with that! If you're going to be a specialist in interior design, you also need to be a specialist in creating great home layouts that promote clean and healthy living!
Below we have a huge list that can help you create an incredibly organised home in almost no time, and sometimes, with no money. Often, all you need is right under your nose in your own home. Even those with the best style and taste can have everything fall apart with clutter and lack of organisation. Let us help!
The layout of your home will effect everything from the storage you can employ to the mood you create – be smart about it.
Under-stair space is perfect for storage, but what about a cosy home office? A customised desk is sometimes all you need for a days' work.
Take time to properly measure areas of your home that could be equipped with storage systems. You don't have to install them right away, but keep the measurements for future projects.
Keep windows open and proper shelving storage to keep utility rooms what they're meant for – keeping your home and clothing fresh and organised.
This room is full of one-of-a-kind treasures – items that can be found at an affordable price at outdoor markets.
Simply paint over small shoe boxes and packing boxes for a great way to add extra storage and a great look.
Children's rooms tend to be the most messy, so try to create wall storage to save on floor clutter and leg room.
Herb gardens can be grown both indoors and outdoors and will add a lifetime of flavour to your favourite dishes.
Think you can't put all of your clothing on one simple rack – think again. Try minimalist-style living and anything is possible.
Knobs and hooks don't have to be ugly and simple – use them to add pops of colour!
For rustic homes, use an old, tattered ladder for a cosy cottage look – or for more modern homes, opt for a metal ladder.
It can be a pain to search for small hygiene tools – why not make them readily accessible by storing them on a wall magnet?
Save those old bean and vegetable jars and use them to store screws, hair ties and other small items that normally fall to the floor unnoticed.
These wall-mounted racks can easily be painted for a cute and customised look.
Find simple ways to hide your built-in storage by seamlessly blending into your existing interior design!
Keeping your kitchen organised is incredibly important as it decreases food prep time and keeps everything together for dinner parties!
Bookshelf design is an important feature in almost any home – for books, unique toys and accessories. With proper design and organisation it can completely change the look of an entire room!
Chalkboard paint is a great way to change your walls into ideaboards listing grocery needs, menues for dinner parties and daily reminders!
Don't purchase a new bathroom vanity! Simply reuse an old dresser, armoire or cupboard in a fun DIY project for a new sink, vanity, etc;
There are plenty of items that can be found in your kitchen cabinets that will help you in making fresh, eco-friendly cleaning products. Sometimes, simple vinegar is all you need!
Living a minimalist or essentialist life is one great way to avoid clutter in the first place. Upon doing an extreme home cleaning, decide which items you can't live without and stick with them!
Don't assume you can only do a massive cleaning in the spring time - cleaning is a year-round venture and at homify we have plenty of ideas to keep you moving in the right direction!