‘Tis the Season

Now that Halloween is over (*sniff sniff* 😥 ) it’s only a matter of days until everyone starts talking about Christmas. Regardless of which holidays you celebrate, there is no denying that all those decorations, festive table linens, wrappings, and other seasonal goods can take up quite a bit of storage. Here are a few storage ideas that may come in handy later, when it’s time to take the tree down and stuff if back in the garage:

  • Large storage bags are quite handy for storing all types of seasonal items: Out of season clothing, extra linens or blankets, holiday lights, larger decorations, etc. They even make storage bags with small compartments, specifically for keeping ornaments safe.
  • Worried that artificial tree is going to get ruined out in the garage? Try storing it in a waterproof bag or inside a large trash can to protect it from the elements.
  • Clear plastic tubs are great for larger seasonal decorations and fragile items. They work well for ornaments, string lights, strands of garland, your collection of Halloween skulls (or regular skulls. I’m not here to judge.), and candles.
  • Create a wrapping station. If you’re one of those people who loves to wrap presents, why not create a designated spot for all your paper, ribbons, and cards? A cute little rolling cart could help keep your items transportable and easy-to-access. You could also repurpose an old dresser and keep your supplies hidden in the drawers. If you don’t want to create a special station, you can still make sure to keep your supplies well organized with a compartmentalized bag that you can tuck away in the closet.
  • Wrap those string lights around recycled cardboard tubes (from your wrapping paper station!) or pieces of cardboard so they don’t get tangled in a ball.

What seasonal items do you find most difficult to store/organize?

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