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Celebrating National Organization Month

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National Organization Month

Hooray for organization! It is not only easier to find things, it also makes for a neater and decluttered lifestyle. To kick-off 2014 on a organized note, we are excited to share some fun tips to mastering the mess, along with an array of spacing saving products whose high functionality and small footprint make them ideal clutter busters.

1. Keep Tools Compact: Rowenta Pro Compact Ironing Board: Featuring an extra-spacious surface, this ironing board folds down to a super-compact size that is easily stored when not in use. Available at Williams-Sonoma for $199.95.

Rowenta Pro Compact Steamer: The robust output of this steamer makes it a powerful choice for a variety of uses, whether to remove wrinkles from suits, slacks and blouses or to freshen curtains, sofas or other household furnishings. Its space saving steam head and cord storage make it a must-have multi-use tool, perfect in limited space. Available at Bed Bath & Beyond for $49.99.

2. Organize Ingredients: Door & Wall Rack Solution: Make your pantry your best friend. This Door & Wall Rack is customizable with six baskets (two each in three sizes), each easily repositioned to fit an array of height requirements. Available at The Container Store for $109.92

SpiceStack: Every American kitchen hides a gaggle of accumulated spices. The SpiceStack is designed to organize 30 full-size or 60 half-size bottles right inside their cabinet. 96 labels (48 printed, 48 blank) affix on the easy open drawers to encourage effortless access to each little bottle. Available atTarget for $40.99.

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3. Utilize Empty Spaces: Over the Door Shoe Organizer: Shoes take up a ton of space and locating a specific pair can be tough if they’re not organized properly. An over-door organizer keeps styles visible and pairs matched. Available at Bed Bath & Beyond for $14.99.

Underbed Storage Box: Crisp white or chic black boxes transform unused under-bed space into a valuable storage real estate. Available at IKEA for $29.99.

4. Keep Toiletries Tidy: Stacking Acrylic Trays: Banish bathroom clutter with acrylic trays that can hold cosmetics and be stacked on countertops or in drawers.Available at The Container Store for $6.99-$17.99.

Rolling Organizer for Pedestal Sink: No drawers in the bathroom? No problem. This ingenious, two-tiered organizer rolls right up to and wraps around the pedestal sink to keep the bathroom organized. Available at Bed Bath & Beyond for $39.99.

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