15 Decluttering Tips for the Cold Months
From a pair of mittens to a ton of firewood, keeping cold-weather-related necessities accessible but clutter-free is difficult. Check out our smart decluttering tips for storing all your winter stuff.
Logs and Firewood
Christmas Decorations and Accessories
Hats and Gloves
There's nothing more frustrating than searching for a lost glove or hat when you're in a rush, so take control of those warm clothing items by giving them a home of their own. And just string clothespins on aluminum wire (it won't rust) and stretch it between screw eyes on the back of a closet door. These winter preparedness tips will some in handy, too.
Coats & Jackets
Bulky winter coats and jackets take up a lot of space and you've got to consider how to store them when they're wet. And when considering decluttering tips, the simplest solution is a line of coat hooks in your entryway. Make sure they're well spaced to allow for drying.
A free-standing storage unit like this one gives you a lot of versatility. Also, you can include shelves and cubby holes for accessories, or leave the inner shelves out to accommodate longer coats.