Husband and I have a lot of kitchen appliances. If I'm looking for somebody to blame, it's either my brother (who has admitted to poking around in the kitchen to find out what we don't have in preparation for holiday gifts), or my step-mother-in-law (who loves to pass along new kitchen gadgets that she has found). We have a drawer that was dedicated to all the various manuals and warranty information for said appliances. Then, once the baby arrived, it started to fill with all the various manuals for his toys. Upon opening the drawer the other day to add a few more bits of paper, I realized that it was at capacity. Thus, time to find a solution. I think there is currently a little section of my brain that is dedicated to "things I've seen on Pinterest." I haven't necessarily pinned all of those things, but I've spotted them while poking about. This falls into that category.
I took one 3-ring binder, and one pack of heavy weight sheet protectors. I gathered all of the manuals for the kitchen, baby items, and other household things. Each one went into a sheet protector pocket with the corresponding warranty info, receipts, or any other related documents. I didn't go so far as to alphabetize, but I did try to organize by type. The binder filled really quickly, so I'm pretty sure I'll already have to start a new one shortly and will probably separate by type into different binders. It's nice that I'll know where to find everything...for once. Next up, the closet of doom (which is where boxes of random stuff go to die)? Perhaps.
What you're favorite household organization tip? I'm all ears!