After Christmas ends, there will be lots of decoration that needs to be stored in the storage room. You might still need the decorations for next year or later, so it is important to make it organized. Here are 14 smart ways to organize a tidy Christmas Storage, we wish that this would be helpful for this Christmas too.
The first thing you need to have if you want a neat Christmas storage is some boxes to store everything. The box can be made from plastic, cardboard, or anything that is big enough to place all the decoration equipments.
You might want to purchase the boxes that have a lid above it, so that later you will have no problem if you need to pile them up. Also, do not forget to prepare some label so you can name the box according to the filling.
Sort the Decoration to Some Group
For example, you might want to store the decoration for the Christmas tree in one box, so that later if you want to decorate a Chrstmas tree, you only need to open one box.
First thing first, after the party is over and New Year is coming, sort the decorations into some groups (you may divide them according to the number of boxes you have). After that, try to fit them into the box. As much as possible, do not mix things up, so that you will not find difficulty when you want to use them again in the future.
Separate Each Bulb for Tree Decoration
For the bulb equipment that you already used for decorating Christmas tree, there is a trick to store them. Store them separately, it is actually a better way rather than just mix them together without any partition.
Why? This is one way to keep the paint on the bulb flake off. Also, this way the bulb will be safe and will not be crack cause they are not being piled up.
Use Some Labels
You don’t always get a transparent box when doing a Christmas Storage. For making things easier in the later time, you can use some labels and write inside the label what are stored in that box.
Later, when you need something, you do not have to open all the boxes to find that something, you can just read the label to look for it.