Everyone likes to get new stuff, but not everyone likes clutter. Knowing how to store and organize spaces can help make all the difference in a home.  Finding a professional home organizer is a great way to get more out of the space in a home or office.  It's always good to get at least 3 estimates before going with any company.  Angie's List can help locate home organizers near you and provide real reviews and ratings from folks closeby to find the right pro for the job.

In cases where there is just too much stuff in the home, local storage facilities can provide additional space for a reasonable cost.  In some areas, there aren't a lot of choices for storing items so it might come down to convenience over price, but in areas where there are multiple places then calling around will give a good sense of what to expect for cost and size.

Kitchen Organizers and Storage

We are all guilty of having a stash or two of mystery cords and attachments that we worry we'll need some day. (Photo by Katelin Kinney)
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Ready to clean that clutter? Start by recycling these five common items.
If you’re sleeping well and waking up rested in a well-organized bedroom, you’ll have the energy to tackle whatever else needs organizing next. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Scott B. of Miami)
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Turning one room into a peaceful, uncluttered haven is a great way to begin getting organized
Just like any skill, kids need to learn how to put their things away and be organized. Make it easy for your children to practice these skills at home. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Della S. of Dothan, Alabama)
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By paring down their possessions, your children can stop being overwhelmed by having too much stuff.
A desk overflowing with paper
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Is your kitchen table or countertop covered with mail and paperwork?
shoe storage in a garage
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Is your closet overflowing with shoes?
 
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