4 Ways to Declutter your Home in 2021

4 Ways to Declutter your Home in 2021

Hello, 2021! What better way to start off the new year than by tidying up your home and giving it a fresh makeover? Whether you’re looking to declutter your home for remote work or school, cooking, relaxing, entertaining guests, or simply spending time with family, these tips and tricks are sure to help you make the most out of any space!

Here are 4 ways to declutter your home in 2021: 

1. Try the Timer Method – Using a timer is a great way to get your decluttering jobs done. It’s especially helpful for those times when you just can’t seem to get anything started. First, visually split the room you are wanting to declutter into smaller sections. Then, turn on some music, set your timer for 15 minutes for each section, and start decluttering! Remember, don’t stop moving until the 15 minutes are up. Ready, set, go!

 

2. Floating Shelves & Baskets – Floating shelves and baskets are perfect for optimizing wall space, providing extra storage, and making your home look unique and beautiful. We especially love that they can be incorporated into any room of your home and saves you the hassle of having to dig through endless drawers, cabinets, and boxes to find what you’re looking for. Have you ever considered adding floating shelves and baskets to your home? Let us know!

3. Bins & Baskets – With bins and baskets, decluttering has never been easier. Since they come in varying shapes, sizes, colors, and materials, you get to pick and choose according to your style and needs. Wanna give them a more personalized touch? Pick up some label stickers, chalkboard fabric or paper, and use pens, chalk, and markers to create one-of-a-kind labels to display at the front of your bins/baskets. These are especially perfect for putting in the “clutter spot(s)” of your home. This is a designated area where items are temporarily placed until you declutter again and put them in the right place. We suggest having bins/baskets for trash, recycling, donations, and putting items away. Try adding a “clutter spot” in your home and let us know what you think!

4. Create Extra Kitchen Space – Create extra kitchen space with a unique twist. Incorporating bold pieces like wall racks on your backsplash or hanging racks with illuminations suspended from the ceiling not only provides extra storage space, but also gives your kitchen a unique, modern look.

 

Homeowner’s Manual – Printable Resources

Homeowner’s Manual – Printable Resources

Dear Miller Family Homes’ Customer,

Congratulations on your new home! At Miller Family Homes, we hope to set you up for organizational success with the Homeowner’s Manual given at closing. Put all your home information in one spot, including your warranty and maintenance information, appliance manuals and much more.

If you need to print off extra sheets for your manual, download them here:

Note: This manual is intended to be a guide only.