Are you wondering where to donate your piano? If you have a “still good” piano to donate, then check out these organizations, they will put your piano to good use:
When you are organizing your living room, a great place to start is by relocating or donating a large item. In this case, a piano! If you don’t use it, then donate it so others can make music. If you use your piano or don’t have one to share, then look for something else you can give away. When you move one big item you free up a bunch of space quickly, sometimes that quick change can be just the the jumpstart you need to continue decluttering.
Now that you know where to donate a piano; here are some other ways to declutter and organize your living room.
- Clean out the end table drawers.
- Assign one storage spot for all the random, “I’m not sure what these go to” cords and cables.
- Go through the cubbies and drawers in the TV stand or media center.
- Slip a storage basket underneath the coffee table, console table, or end table for additional, concealed storage options.
- Clear the top of the coffee table and keep it clutter-free by having a place to put the remote controls, the reading material, and in-progress crafts.
Now that you know how to declutter the kitchen, I hope you can join me online for one of these free online programs coming up this week: What to declutter today. Declutter this summer. Declutter sentimental items. 7 tiny decluttering ideas. And if you don’t have a copy of Keep This Toss That I’d suggest picking one up today. You’ll find yourself highlighting pages and using it as an ongoing reference. Plus, it makes a great paperweight for the pile of papers you keep saying you’ll go through one day.
High five! You did a great job getting started. And now you know where to donate your piano.