Staying organised and keeping everything in order at home is key to staying on top of things. It's not always easy, but with some planning and attention to detail, it's perfectly possible to have home accessories and possessions in their right place. Top designers and home-ware companies are continually bringing out new ideas to help with making the most of a home space. Storage and careful organisation is key to this. Here at Homecolours we're keen to introduce the following selection of useful ways to stay organised throughout the home.
Storage boxes are a great way of keeping things organised. And they don't have to be big ugly things blocking the way around the place. On the contrary, some of the latest designs of storage boxes bring a pretty blend of strong design and subtle colour. As a way to keep things in order they can successfully order things even in the smallest of spaces without being obstructive.
The Balance Box (above) for example, brings a beautifully compact way to organise small items around the home. Designed by Umbra Shift to make use of curved lines and smooth features, the ash wood box offers a clear solution for storage around the home. The box is available in two colour tones, making it easy to accessorise with existing home furnishings and accessories.
Koziol's Botichelli Organizer M brings another way to store items around the home. The plastic organiser is available in a wide variety of bright colours and provides a striking and pretty look for around the home. With its pleasing image and lively design, the organizer deserves to be out in full sight, rather than stuck in a cupboard or under the stairs!
For smaller items such as makeup and accessories, a smaller storage solution will be needed. The Acrylic Storage Box by Zone Denmark is a fine method of restoring order to busy surfaces. The multiple compartments allow easy access to items such as pens, pencils, toys and anything else you might need to use throughout the day. With a little planning and organisation a comfortable and well ordered living space is more than possible.