This is a corner of my basement that's been making me nuts for quite a while. I'm in the process of organizing my basement studio. But before I could even get at my paintings, I had to convince my husband and son to drag a bulky loveseat out. That's where we finally found the Scrabble game, underneath the sofa:) My space used to be organized. Until my college age kids decided to move back home for a while. My son no longer lives here but some of his stuff does. Like the weights on the floor.
What to do with some pieces that are too good to give away or throw out? Like my daughter's old wardrobe next to the painting trolley? Don't know. But I'll figure it out. (And maybe start sneaking things into the garbage.)
After all the clutter space makes a cluttered mind. Does anyone else have decluttering rules that work? I would love to know.