There are a few problems with accessories: it’s easy to accumulate them, and unless you have an organiser made specifically for them, they’re hard to organise. So, start with your belts, and toss the ones you never wear. Next, address the ties or scarves, keeping only the ones you like and find yourself wearing. (Be ruthless. If you haven’t worn it in years, that’s likely not going to change.) Store the ones that are specific to only one outfit on the hanger with that outfit. Keep others in your line of sight, and organise them on a hanging rack; after all, if you don’t see them, you won’t wear them.
Chances are, your costume-jewellery collection needs a little organisation. Between the statement necklaces, the stretch bracelets, and the dangling earrings, it can easily become a tangled mess. Sort the pieces, then group them by type and occasion. Set aside any you want to give away, and store the keepers. To keep your pieces tangle-free, try displaying them just like a retail store would – in a display case with hooks and holders. A wall-mounted organiser offers spots for stud earrings, watches, and more.
Create a more restful sleeping environment by clearing the clutter from your bedside table. That dusty pile of magazines, the ones you never read at bedtime anyway, can be relocated to the living room. Keep only what you use, like the one book you’re currently reading, a journal, and pen. Storing it all in an organiser – that has spots for tissues, your tablet, and reading glasses – keeps things tidy. You might also want to add something that helps you sleep better or that makes you happy, like a favourite framed picture, but keep it to a minimum.