If you’re trying to spruce up your home and the clutter is still there, know that you can get rid of it once and for all. If you think you can’t fit anything in the house – we assure you, there is room. If your kitchen, nursery or cloakroom looks more like a shop room, you can transform it. And now is the time to do it!


1. Decluttering

You should always start by de-cluttering. Even if you are not a shopaholic, but an advocate of conscious consumerism, there is probably somewhere in the depths of your wardrobe there is a “Narnia” with stacks of unnecessary things that you have forgotten about.

Clean clothes in good condition can be given to other people or to a charitable organisation. Some can be sold and some should be put in the rubbish bin. You’ll be surprised how much space you’ll end up with if you go through your flat or house properly.

2. Organising your storage

Once you have cleared your home of everything you don’t need, organise the storage of the remaining items.

3. Keeping things tidy

Once you’ve decided on your storage options, all the items in your home have a place. Now it’s your job to return each item to its place.

Make sure that this rule is followed not only by you, but also by the people you live with. This will make your home look tidy. Not only will your space change, but also your life!



What to throw away

Take a look in your bookcase. There you’ll probably find the first “candidates for elimination”:

It is better to part with all these good things – sell them or give them away. To reread all that you keep, you certainly will not. And to save books for grandchildren makes no sense in today’s world, unless we are talking about rare or collectible editions. Only the most favourite books should remain, and they are usually not so many.

How to store

Here are just a few options thanks to which you can save space in the house. These can be:

Bed linen

What to throw away

In many homes, bed linen is stored as it is, free space and aesthetics are lacking. What to do.

Firstly, take a good look at everything: linen with holes and stains can be thrown away or recycled. If you don’t like it, don’t like it, donate it or sell it. Don’t forget to remove new sets from their packaging, as it eats up space. Once you’ve cleared out your clutter, you should only have the sets you actually use (and guest sets if you need them).

How to store

Stack them vertically, stack them vertically, roll them up. Each set can be stored as a whole (duvet cover, sheet, pillowcases together) or separately (sheets from all sets separately, pillowcases separately – convenient if you change the linen in parts).

For storage will be suitable:

How to care for

First aid kit

What to throw away

First aid supplies should be on hand, so check the contents regularly. Collect all the medicines you have in the house in one place.

Get rid of the following medications:

How to store