De-junk the Kitchen Drawers
Put long-handled tools into a wide-mouthed holder (Le Creuset utensil crock, $35 at Zabar’s, 2245 Broadway, at 80th St.; 212-787-2000).
Clear Up the Hard Drive
Move those massive home movies and photos onto the Apple TV, which will broadcast them onto your flat-screen (from $299 at the Apple Store, 103 Prince St., nr. Greene St.; 212-226-3126).
Fill a Nook
Turn the netherworld beneath your sink into a storage duplex with this adaptable rack (undersink storage shelf, $14.99 at the Container Store, 629 Sixth Ave., nr. 19th St.; 212-366-4200).
Use Brother’s PT80 label-maker to tell the sugar from the salt ($29.99 at Staples, 769 Broadway, nr. 9th St.; 646-654-6660).
For Quick Cleaning
Sweep books, magazines, and takeout menus into the deep, hidden drawers of this coffee table made from reclaimed Brazilian hardwood ($1,395 at Environment Furniture, 876 Broadway, nr. 18th St.; 212-780-0051).
Tall and Thin
Flo’s stylish stepladder is skinny enough to stash under the bed or next to the fridge ($295 at the Conran Shop, 407 E. 59th St., nr. First Ave.; 212-755-9079).
Red Is for Robots
Color code your kid’s toy collection, or use it for your own odds and ends (twelve-bin organizer, $68.99 at Kmart, 250 W. 34th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-760-1188).
Too Many Shoes?
Rack them, and make room for more (Babord shoe rack, $9.99 at Ikea, 1000 Ikea Dr., Elizabeth, N.J.; 908-289-4488).
Consolidate the Tangle
The Multipot charging station organizes your iPod, cell phone, and anything else that needs charging ($219 at Lee’s Studio, 220 W. 57th St., nr. Broadway; 212-581-4400).
Give It Away
Donate furniture in good, clean condition to the formerly homeless. Call Furnish a Future for pickup (476 Jefferson St., nr. Cypress Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn; 718-875-5353).
Unload men’s business attire and shoes at Bowery Mission Transitional Center. Drop-off only (45–51 Ave. D, nr. 4th St.; 212-777-3424).
Women in Need takes ladies’ and children’s clothing and accessories, and books. Drop-off only (115 W. 31st St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-695-4758).
Give clothing and items for children up to 4 years old. Call Baby Buggy to inquire about free pickup (520 Eighth Ave., at 36th St., eighth fl.; 212-736-1777).
Women’s business attire is welcome at Bottomless Closet. Drop-off only (545 Eighth Ave., nr. 37th St., No. 12; 212-563-2499).
For more places to donate, go to nyc.gov/html/mvc/html/donate/want_donate.shtml.
The Clutter Cowgirl, Jeni Aron, tackles clutter in bedrooms, kitchens, and offices (from $75 per hour; three-hour minimum; 917-446-0955).
Chronic hoarders can bring in Nancy Heller of Goodbye Clutter ($125 per hour; 212-828-0000).
For cleaning spaces so messy that they’re almost uninhabitable, call Ron Alford and his Disaster Masters (prices upon consultation; 718-939-5800).