These are items that my family definitely needs, but I'm looping you all in here so that you can get organized in the closet and bedroom too!
There are plenty of organizational items out there, to help you cut down on the clutter, or at least contain it. But finding something that is organizational and visually appealing? That's a little bit more difficult to come by. Luckily though, there are some great pieces out there that fit into both of those categories. And they're all together in one place. Here are 12 cool items to help organize your home.
Truth be told: Cleaning is a bear. If I had an infinite amount of money, I would hire someone to clean my house from top to bottom several times a week. In the meantime, I'll stick with our "Clean Like a Maid" Cheat Sheet.
I've been on the hunt for a unique bookcase for a while, but am striking out when it comes to finding something in my price range. If you're like me and fed up with those assembly required bookcases, but don't have a fortune to spend on the one of your dreams, make it instead! While this tutorial uses power tools, the step by step instructions make it easier than you might think. It might even take less effort than trying toContinue Reading
I've seen dresser makeovers involving paint, but NEVER have I seen one involving fabric! This is a new take on covering up the dings and scuffs! Check out the after photo!
Store-bought boxes and bins can be prohibitively expensive if you're trying to get organized on a budget, but that's no excuse - there are plenty of DIY storage container projects that won't break the bank (and they're pretty, too!). Here are ten of my favorites.
It's springtime, and that means it's time to sweep out and organize the garage and basement. The sweeping part is easy. The organizing part? That can be a little tricky when you lack space. In this roundup of organization ideas we've put together ideas and how-tos that will actually add space to ourContinue Reading
This dated, walled-off kitchen just wasn't going to cut it for homeowners Dan and Mike. Not only did it make the whole space feel smaller, the wall prevented any light from the kitchen's large window from reaching the rest of the apartment. So, they did what every homeowner has had the urge to do at one point or another: they tore that thing down! Continue Reading