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3 Ways to Organise and Store Christmas Decorations #StudioStylers [AD]

December 18, 2019

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Whilst you may have only just put up your Christmas decorations, it’s never too early to think about what you are going to do when they all have to come back down and stored away for another year. Although you might think it a little silly to be worrying about how to organise and store your Christmas decorations. I promise you that you will be so thankful that you took the extra time and effort now. I don’t think anyone is a fan of unravelling Christmas lights or finding a precious bauble smashed as it was packed correctly.

On the off chance that putting away your decorations frazzles you, consider these 3 ways to organise and store holiday decorations with an extra bonus tip.

Set Aside One Area for Storing Christmas Decorations

Christmas comes but once a year, which means that your decorations are stored for longer than they are on display. So there’s no compelling reason to keep them in a high-traffic territory where they’ll disrupt the general flow. Putting the majority of your storage boxes and bags in the least used area in your home. Whether this is the furthest corner of your garage (does anyone really park their car in their garage?), in the loft, or maybe the garden shed.

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Store your baubles and ornaments separately

When it comes to storing baubles, ornaments and Christmas trinkets a bauble storage bag is the perfect way to ensure that they are kept safe. Arranging them in colour order is a great idea too. Not only will this be a visual representation on the items that you own and possibly want to add to. It will be simple to decide on a theme or find the colour you want next year.

Don’t forget to store your Christmas lights on light reels to make it easier to unravel and put up again next year. As well as storing all your Christmas gift wrapping supplies together in a gift wrap organiser. This way you will have everything to hand when you do your wrapping but will also keep unused items safe for next year.

Colour Code Different Holidays

Putting away your decorations in clear plastic boxes might be a prominent decision, however, you can make life simpler by picking one colour for Christmas, another for Halloween etc. and staying with it. With a colour system, you can rapidly distinguish which boxes you need toward the beginning of the winter Christmas season and abstain from searching through a lot of boxes and storage bags.

Prior to boxing and labelling things, you might need to do some thinking on what decorations are the most significant for you and that you cherish. You can utilise a notebook to decide what number of boxes you will have and what every one of them will contain before sorting out the boxes themselves. This way you know what you have and your holiday decorating will be easy and simple to start. Don’t get overwhelmed every holiday season.

Extra Tip: To secure fabric items, similar to tree skirts your best option is likely to utilise vacuum bags. They’ll remain safe from bugs, residue, and dirt. Also, they’ll fluff back up when you open the bag up next year. It is space-saving and protective.

Do you have any top tips to share on how you organise and store your Christmas decorations?

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