I love organizing myself with baskets. It's such a great way to free myself of clutter, plus they look great in any room. The easiest way to ruin a nicely decorated room is to have piles of clutter everywhere. You can use baskets by themselves or group different sizes together for a more noticeably unique look. The best way to keep your baskets flowing throughout your home is to pick a weave and color in your baskets. For the baskets in my home, I have chosen a seagrass weave in a natural color.
I really enjoy looking through different magazines and catalogues, but they seem to pile up really quickly. So, to keep them readily available but tucked away I stack them up in this basket next to my chair.
One thing that I like to keep out in my office are cheap pads of paper. To keep them looking nice, I stack them upright in a basket. This way I can keep my office looking great but still have it functional at all times.
I don't know what my husband would do without this basket! I have never seen anyone lose keys like him. So, to keep our mornings somewhat organized I have put this basket by our front entrance to hold keys and any little odds and ends that need to be by the front door.
I like to keep a few spare pillows available in my guest room for my guests. To do this, I stacked two pillows in a basket underneath my bookshelf.
If it wasn't for this basket, I don't think I would ever be able to watch television. This basket is what keeps all of our remotes in one place. Because they have a place to go, everything stays more organized.
There is a gap between our cabinets and our fridge. To fill this, I used three baskets side by side. These baskets really warmed up a cold place. (no pun intended) They added a very natural look to the stainless fridge and you can always use extra storage in a kitchen.
I know not everyone loves to organize as much as I do, but I promise it helps. It's also a great project to tackle in these winter months. Try to make this a resolution for yourself.