Walk-in closets are wonderful, but sometimes they're just too over the top for me. How about you? From extravagant to just about right, Cocktails with Mom rounded up some amazing examples. Here's a couple to whet your appetite. For
Ok folks, it's November and holiday season has officially begun. That means gift-wrapping, decorations, and finding a place to put all that stuff! This week, we're going to help you out on that front. We've teamed up with Easy Track, makers of easy-to-install closet organization systems, to give away an Easy Track starter kit, worth $270!
Read on to find out more about the giveaway prize, and how to enter!
Closets turned home offices are not a new subject around here, but I spotted some at Downsize My Space that need a second glance. Especially the one pictured above. The closet acts as a credenza of sorts, and
By their nature, closets are conducive to disorganization. Think about it, they're dark little rooms that we can close off from view. If yours aren't messy, there just might be something wrong with you...or you're Martha Stewart. OR you're one of these folks who got all Curbly on their closets and made them over for the entire world to see. Some underwent the full treatment, others
Remember these? You may have had to pay someone to take yours away. They use to hold televisions back in the olden days before we had flat screens. Here's a new and refreshing way to restyle one of these old behemoths. Stylist Shannon Fricke used
Holiday excitement has been replaced with the urge to purge, cleaning out cabinets and closets that is...
Check out this cool article on an interesting idea; "smart" closets are being developed that can tell you wether your shirt and tie are matched:
If you’ve ever felt the embarrassment of wearing a mismatched suit or outdated outfit to an important meeting or event, the “wearable computer lab” at the University of South Australia has just the solution for you. “Smart” closets are being developed that will let the owner know important fashion tips...
Have an apartment or older home with no entry closet? Check out Stacks and Stacks’ Entryway Organizer. At 16 inches deep and only $189 bucks, it is a great alternative to the cumbersome and pricey armoir. Available in two styles, these cubbies may be just what you’re looking for in stylish storage.