|1. Keep flat surfaces clutter free: Papers, books, brochures and magazines tend to accumulate on flat surfaces all around the house, and the family room is no different.|
2. Control out of control cords: Until the world goes wireless, we’ll forever be stuck with tangled cables behind our entertainment centers. Fortunately, there are several options for taming cords in the family room.
3. Create a play zone: If toys are taking over your family room, it’s time to put them in timeout. Unused corners of a family room transform into great play areas because the walls serve to block encroaching clutter.
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