A place for everything and everything in its place is now completely possible with this handy cheat sheet.
It's spring cleaning month on Curbly, and we're sharing a whole bundle of cleaning and organization downloads to help you manage the beast of a mess winter left in your house. Continue reading to see how to download our Clean Home checklist for free!
If I go to Hell, I'll be cleaning bathrooms all day long. The taming of the loo is easily the most dreaded cleaning job of them all, because...ew. To help make the job more manageable, we've created a free, downloadable Bathroom Cleaning Guide and it's yours for the taking!
If you're short on square footage, walls can be a valuable and under-utilized storage area in the home. There are tons of wall-mounted storage and organization products out on the market today; here are ten of my favorites.
Throw everything in the junk closet! Just kidding. While that seems like the easier way out when the idea of cleaning your home is daunting, here are a few tricks to help you tackle the job! And in under 60 minutes!
What do red wine, gum, and Play Doh all have in common? They all present a stubborn stain to remove when they land on your new sofa. But fortunately, you can tackle most of them with household staples you already have in the cupboard.
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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.
Wish you had more storage space? You're not alone! But with a bit of effort and some creative problem solving, you might already have all the space you need. Here are some unique clothing organization ideas for small spaces.
Have you ever used the bathroom of one of your favorite restaurants only to find it filthy? That happened to me once. I loved their food, but I couldn't get over the condition of the bathroom. I figured if a public space like that is in such a state, what did their kitchen look like?? Ick. Anyway, the day I used the bathroom was the last day I set foot in that particular restaurant. That's the thing about bathrooms: they leave a lasting impression. If they're clean, then the rest of houseContinue Reading
Have some holiday guests stopping by for a little seasonal cheer and to make your days merry and bright? Good, us too. But, spend your time sharing in some comfort and joy, rather than devoting days to cleaning and making your home look spotless. You can easily make your home "company ready" in a mere half hour. Continue Reading
There was nothing terrible about this entryway. But there was nothing great about it either. It had potential, but it just needed the right eye to turn it into something beautiful. Luckily, that happened. Keep reading to see the stunning transformation.
Someone (my father-in-law?) once told me there's a difference between dirty and disorganized. And while that seems sensible (a messy bathroom is annoying, but a filthy bathroom is just gross), I can't help thinking one thing usually leads to another.
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Most of our kitchen cabinets probably started out organized, but as time goes on they tend to become more and more cluttered. So today I wanted to share some tips and tricks for keeping your cabinets clean and organized long after you move in to your new abode.
I don't know about you, but storage is a major issue in my bathroom. It's a tiny space to begin with, and the only real built-in storage is the vanity. So I've had to get creative. Here is some of my inspiration.
Will Rogers once said, "You never get a second chance to make a good first impression." Entryways, both outside and inside, are our guests' first impression to our home. And, oftentimes, our exterior entrances are the only impression our neighbors have of us. Which is why it's good to periodically turn a critical eye to them and get down to some spiffing up. Continue Reading