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Make Your Apartment Feel Fresh With These Apartment Organization Ideas In Indianapolis

March 09, 2022
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The way you organize your Indianapolis apartment changes the feeling of your home. It’s impossible to entertain, focus, or relax well if you’ve got clutter everywhere. A neat, organized space feels more pleasant and refreshing. Whenever you want to change things up and get a fresh start in your home, use these apartment organization ideas for Indianapolis.

Use Dividers To Sort Things In Drawers

Bathroom drawer with dividers for organization. 

If you’re constantly hunting through drawers for items, reorganize with dividers. You can use many different dividers, utensil organizers, and trays to keep everything sorted. Use them in kitchen, bathroom, dresser, and desk drawers – places with lots of small gadgets rolling around. You’ll never hunt around in your junk drawer again once everything is organized! You can buy pre-made dividers at any big-box store or make some with plastic storage containers and shoes boxes.

Declutter Kitchen And Bathroom Countertops

Modern kitchen area at Spark Apartments. 

Most apartment layouts don’t have space for large bathroom and kitchen counters. Keeping your countertops clean gives you additional counter space. To declutter, start by choosing a new home for things that don’t stay on the counter. Then store any remaining items in nice, functional containers like a decorative tiered tray for bathroom toiletries or trendy jars for baking supplies.

Keep The Tub Tidy With Caddies And Hooks

Whether you share a bathroom with roommates or your family, the shower or tub can get cluttered quickly with everybody’s bath toys, shampoo, and soap. You can organize everything with temporary adhesive hooks and shower caddies. First, throw away things no one wants. Then give everyone a a stick-on hook for their loofa or washcloth and caddy compartments for their toiletries and toys. You’ll wonder at how much nicer the bath area looks without rubber duckies and bottles everywhere.

Clean Out Clutter From Under Beds

Stowing stuff under under your beds is a great idea–until you forget what’s under there. Pull everything out from beneath your bed and throw away everything you don’t use. Reorganize the remaining things among under-the-bed storage containers with lids or vacuum-sealed bags to keep dust at bay. You may even find more space to put away things from other rooms that need a new home.

Make A Station For Pet Things

Golden retriever with his basket of toys. 

If your apartment is pet-friendly, you need somewhere to keep your fur baby’s supplies. You can set up a pet storage station using a small bookcase or cabinet to put your pet’s stuff. Place food in a pet-proof container out of reach and toys in a basket down low where Fluffy can reach them. Put up wall hooks for leashes and collars, and you’ll always be set for a quick walk at the dog park.

Use Your Walls To Create Extra Storage

File storage on a wall at Penrose Apartments. 

Many apartment organization ideas for Indianapolis take it for granted that you have plenty of built-in storage. But if storage isn’t one of the fantastic amenities in your apartment, you might have trouble finding places to put things when you reorganize. In that case, get creative with your wall space. Replace short bookshelves with tall ones, use adhesive hooks, or install floating shelves to create additional storage in every room. It’s incredible how much space you’ll save with a simple hanging storage basket for mail and hook for keys.

Try Your Own Apartment Organization Ideas In A Indianapolis Apartment At Block 20

No apartment organization ideas in Indianapolis will help you like your apartment more if it just doesn’t fit your needs anymore. Instead, check out the gorgeous luxury apartments at Block 20. Our leasing specialists are glad to show you around and answer all your questions. Call 317-218-1630 or schedule a tour to learn more.