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Drop Zone For Organization

Do you have a drop zone in your house? A drop zone is an area right by your front door to help you keep organized. When you come home from a long day at work, this area provides a great place to put everything down. It also makes your morning routine easier if your essential daily items are right by the door for you. These types of items can include your keys, purse, briefcase, backpack, cell phone, mail, and even some shoes. You can do these drop zones in a variety of ways, depending on your needs. Here are some great ways to organize your drop zone.

Long, Horizontal Surface

There is a lot to fit within this area. If you have a family, this space will most likely become shared. Make life easy for yourself and your loved ones by using a longer surface. This gives you plenty of space to spread yourself out or divide among family members if you need to.

Hooks on the Wall

If you use a smaller table for your drop zone, hooks can free up the table space for your smaller items. Don’t limit these hooks for coats only. You can hang scarves, purses, book bags, and even keys for some extra table space.

Hanging Baskets and Trays

It is helpful if you have a designated area for your things in this zone. Hanging baskets are great for storing mail and bills, so they don’t get jumbled with other paper items. Trays sit on the table for your sunglasses, wallet, keys, and anything else you deem appropriate. You’ll feel more organized and look like it, too, for anyone that comes by.

Shoe Organization

Even if you allow shoes on in the house, people will inevitably take their shoes off by the door. There are countless ways to organize. Get a shoe rack, a shoe bucket, a flat tray, or even just a rug. Organize your floor drop zone with any of these methods to keep your house looking nice.

These tips will get you on your way to a productive drop zone, but what else can you include? Read these tips for including your dog in this drop zone to make your walks easier.

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