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"A place for everything, and everything in its place." The old adage rings true — especially for renters! Living in a smaller space means having a shorter rein on clutter (piles of old mail and dirty laundry are never a good look, anyway!). Here's how to stay one step ahead of clutter and banish it from your apartment at Willowdale Crossing for good.

  • Strategize and assess. Take a look around your rental and make note of the places that tend to attract the most clutter. Once you've pinpointed your problem areas, you can plan your attack.
  • Reevaluate your storage. If your entryway console is littered with mail, keep it better organized with a stylish tray or basket. If throw blankets have taken over your couch, purchase a storage ottoman to keep them stowed away when not in use. Shoes all over your closet floor? Add a few shoe racks. You get the idea.
  • Make it a habit. Staying on top of the clutter is the surest way to prevent it from taking over your apartment. Schedule some once a week (or better yet, daily) to straighten up or toss any unneeded items in your rental.