Want your toy closet and pantry not just to get organized, but to stay organized? In this 4-part series, we visit different parts of the house where labels are very, very welcome.
I couldn’t have an entire “labeling obsession” week without including the obvious ways one should compulsively use their label maker – the toy closet and pantry.
An organized pantry is so inspiring. It makes me want to cook.
I like having my containers labeled so that I know, at a glance, what’s running low. Each box has its purpose and order is (for the most part) easily maintained.
I have the same system in the toy closet. There, I also added a label on the shelf where the coordinating box belongs. This is a way to ensure your closet remains the same as when you first organized it.
Here you see my magazine dividers. You learned about this idea here, where I discuss how to keep the thin books (Curious George, Berenstein Bears….) in control.
Hope you enjoyed my tips. Please do share with me any other ideas. I need to figure out what else I can label!