Wicker Baskets For Better Home Organization     
by Daniel Roshard

One secret a lot of neat people keep from the disorganized, messy bunch of us, is that the first rule of organization and cleanness is order, and that in any given space there should be a minimum of objects around to keep the job of cleaning and putting order as simple as possible. That's nice ha? Sounds right, and feels right, but it’s not that easy to maintain, not when just going over your clothes in the morning is enough to ruin any closet or room organization.

The good news is that there is an item that can help you organize every room in your home, and even better, it helps create the appearance that you're a tidy housekeeper (even if you're not), this item comes in many different shapes, sizes, colors and materials and can be found in many local retail stores, including craft stores and discount retailers, and at flea markets and craft shows, and well, basically it's a universal item found all over the world. This item is a basket, an item like a basket will give you the space you need to keep the mess from spreading to the outside.

Almost every organizing expert I talk with tells me that the very first place to start organizing a house from is the kitchen, a great idea for better organization in the kitchen is to use hanging wall pocket baskets, which have flat backs, to store dry sponges, cleaning materials and scrubbers, as well as pot holders, old towels, oven mitts, dry dish rags and spare kitchen hand towels.

Many people like to use a wicker basket in the salon or television room, a wicker basket adds some warmth to the space and is great if you have kids running around, it’s cheap and it’s durable, almost perfect for a young family. You can use a round or cylindrical shaped wicker basket on the coffee table to hold television or other electronic remotes.

One place that almost always need more room to keep things is the bedroom, you can find great wicker products to place in your bedroom, they come in many different colors so you can almost always connect them to your bedroom furniture. A wicker hamper with a lid in the closet can store extra pillows and keep them dust-free. If you see openings in the wicker slats or don't like your linens snagging on the inside of the basket, line the hamper with a sheet or large gallon trash bag.

Baskets are just great for saving space and storing stuff, probably no product is so practical and useful as well as beautiful. Sometimes baskets are even handmade works  of art that are functional. Using baskets you can literally put your most unique artwork into daily usage and daily view, and you can even consider taking a course or two and trying to make them yourself!

If you don't like the basket you got, or would like to change it a little to be just perfect for the task you have for it, you can dress up any of your baskets by gluing on your own garnishments. Be creative. You can personalize baskets with buttons or even plastic candy canes to miniature toy figures or mini cloth stockings.

Baskets are a great way of saving space, and helping you get organized, I hope you will try using baskets and that they will help you get your house organized.

About the Author
Daniel Roshard is a designer fascinated by garden architecture, Wicker Furniture and Wicker art has long been a subject of his interest, he now writes wicker furniture buying tips and advice for ZupaTips.com
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