Good Housekeeping: How to Organize the Messiest Rooms in Your Home

From home offices to kitchen storage, here are a few tips to keep even the hardest to clean areas spotless.

No matter how organized your home is, there are always problem areas that seem to be messier than others. That’s why the organization experts at Good Housekeeping teamed up with “Good Morning America” to highlight ways to keep those hard to clean areas spotless.

Home Office

It’s easy for desks to become cluttered between computer cords and papers. But home offices don’t have to stay unorganized. By creating a system to organize and even label important desk accessories, working from home will be a lot easier to manage.

“Between chargers, lamp cords and laptop wires, your desk can easily become a maze. Secure wires in a cable box which keeps things tidy, or install a shelf with cable ‘ports’ as at right,” said Jeffrey Phillips of Good Housekeeping.

Kitchen Storage

It can also be a challenge to find room for all of your kitchen necessities. The publication’s experts recommend freeing up space in your kitchen by utilizing all of your cabinet space and using hooks to hang smaller tools.

Phillips said, “Putting shelf risers in upper cabinets is a great way to make use of the high cabinetry popular in modern kitchens while stacking everything so you can get what you need quickly.”

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