1. Determine a flow and functionHow do you want the area to function. What do you want it to do? What is the best flow? For example. I have a hot beverage cabinet. It is directly above my coffee maker. In it is my coffee, filters, mugs, travel mugs and tea. It has a great flow, as everything I need to make myself a hot morning beverage is all in one spot.
2. Sort and PurgeOnce you have determined a flow, sort what you have in stock to see what you need. Get rid of the excess. When I purged my beverage station, I got rid of a ton of random mugs I have collected over the years that had no meaning or sentimental value to me. The less stuff you have, the easier it is to organize it and keep it that way.
3.Organize and LabelOnce you have sorted and purged the things you need, organize them and then label where they go. The labels will help others in your family to keep things in the right place, and you will always know where things belong.
Making your home organized so that it is functional is essential for a home running smoothly and will help stop the digging for something you need. Why are there no pictures of my own organized home you ask? Well because I am still in process too, well that and my computer hard drive is out of memory and I can't post pictures until I can purchase a new external hard drive. What space do you need to organize to make more functional for your family?