5 Room Organisation Hacks

 

 

Hello everybody!

I don’t know about you, but I’m a pretty messy person. I always lose things and my room is never completely tidy. But there are a few things that help me organise my room.

Here are 5 hacks for room organisation that will make your room a lot tidier.

 

Hack 1: Desk Organisation

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My desk always gets really messy really fast. All the stuff I need lies randomly on the desk. And I just can’t concentrate well when my desk is full of stuff.

A great way to solve this is by just using a small basket and putting all the stuff you need in it.

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It’s so easy but it gives your desk a much more organised look. I used a basket I wove myself from old magazines in my postΒ DIY Woven Basket, so it cost me no money at all. The rest of your desk is clear of stuff so you can concentrate on your work.

 

Hack 2: Bobby Pins

f2d03e38cb2a4b0e23a9684d14745831Bobby pins. I don’t know how it happens but I buy a bunch of them and one way or another I seem to lose every single one. I managed to solve this problem by using this little box to store them.

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I don’t remember what the actual use for this was, but it worked really well to store bobby pins in and it looks really stylish too.

 

Hack 3: Strings

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This is my favourite hack. I’ve got a lot of strings for crafting but they always seem to turn into a tangled mess. This hack is so easy and the only things you’ll need are a few clothespins.

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Just wrap the strings around the clothespins and use them to keep the end in place. Whenever you need some string you can just cut of whatever you need and put the end back. Your strings will never tangle again!

 

4: Notebooks

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This is just a really easy hack to organise your notebooks. I have a lot of notebooks for all kinds of uses. I used this cute wooden letters and just stuck them onto the notebooks spelling ‘my diary’ ‘sketchbook’ and ‘writing prompts’. It just an easy way to determine what every notebook is for and it looks pretty nice too.

 

5: Jewellery.

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For this hack I used an empty tea box. It was a really pretty jasmine tea box. It was perfect because it already had 9 different compartments and even a magnetic seal.

 

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But any old tea box could easily be transformed into a jewellery box that is perfect for keeping earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

 

So that were the 5 organisation tips. I hope you found them useful.

Which organisation tip was the most useful? Would you like a part 2? Do you have any other tips for room organisation? Let me know in the comments.

I hope you enjoyed this post.Β If you did, please like, comment and/or share. I would really appreciate that. And follow me for more DIYs and creative content!

See ya!

xxx, Yara

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10 thoughts on “5 Room Organisation Hacks

  1. So cool! I love using mugs to keep my pens and textas in. That way I can find pretty designs so it’s art as well on the side of the mugs. I also use a shoebox to keep all my letter-writing supplies in: stamps, envelopes, papers, cards. Works quite well. And I use scrapbook boxes to keep scrapbook papers and art supplies in.

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  2. Awesome post! πŸ˜‰ What I do for my desk is I made small boxes out cereal boxes and I put them in one of my drawers and each small box is for a certain thing (Ex: Pencils, Paper Clips, Random Stuffs……………)

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