Spring Cleaning: 36 Pieces for an Organized Home


Now that spring is underway, it’s time to rethink your living space — time to get rid of everything you don’t need and reorganize what you decide to keep. We’ve searched the offerings for ways to organize our ideal home — and found 36 life hacks that will instantly eliminate stress and save time in your daily routine. From the best boxes, hangers, closet systems, kitchen containers, and simple daily tools: The Cut has everything you need to achieve that clean-slate feeling for spring. Click through the slideshow, plus see our list of the best places to donate and sell your stuff below.


Housing Works — Your donations fund a full range of lifesaving services for homeless and low-income men, women, and youth living with and affected by HIV and AIDS, including housing, medical care, job training, and other supportive services.

Dress for Success —  Give lightly worn business attire new life by donating it to Dress for Success, an organization that trains and styles disadvantaged women for job interviews.

The Arc — The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as autism, Down syndrome, fragile X syndrome, and others. It supports full inclusion and participation in the community throughout lifetimes.


Threadflip — Go beyond eBay and try Threadflip for selling clothes and accessories. It can all be done through your phone and its social interface.

Bib + Tuck — This site’s motto is “shopping without spending.” If you have lightly worn designer clothes that you’d like to trade in for someone else’s designer clothes, Bib + Tuck’s for you.

Spring Cleaning: 36 Pieces for an Organized Home