One of the New Years resolutions my family had in 2015 was to eat less processed and packaged foods. Believe me it was a challenge and we have not 100% switched over to all fresh foods, but we have noticed that our fridge storage is becoming more of a priority over our pantry storage. It feels like, to me, that the world is starting to make small or big changes in eating fresh foods and I am wondering if anyone you who are doing this are as frustrated with your fridge storage as I am? Today, here are some refrigerator storage ideas than can help you make full use of your fridge.
I don't know about you, but my office needs all the help it can get staying organized. And sometimes it requires more than just a couple of file folders. Whip your office into shape with these 17 super helpful (and easy) DIY projects.
Many of us live in a home with a small bathroom. Here are ten bathrooms that showcase some stylish storage.
There are people out there who are living very big and full lives in tiny homes. Sometimes when I am fighting for space in a room I often grab inspiration from those who are living in tiny spaces. To live big within tiny spaces you are forced to be creative, selective, and efficient. Sometimes it is just what you need to make that room in your home work. Here are some small space solutions you can use in any home..big or small.
If there's one thing that's better than scoring extra storage, it's creating said storage out of unused items you have lying about the house! And lucky for us, there are plenty of great tutorials online for repurposing old items and turning them into something that's not only functional, but also looks a million dollars. Click through for my favourites!
It's that time of year... the holidays are over, and everyone is posting photos of their newly organized closets and pantries. So why not jump on the bandwagon and start whipping your own home into shape too? Here are ten fantastic sewing tutorials that will help you get organized in style in 2016.
Please don't open my kitchen cabinets when you come over to my house. With all the cooking that happens in the Holiday season I was constantly reminded how my cabinets need an overhaul. Here are some of the DIY kitchen cabinet organizers that I have been thinking about trying in my kitchen.
When Sonya spotted this $5 lamp at a thrift store lamp, she knew it just needed a little love to make it stunning. Well, a little love, gold spray paint and wrapping paper. Wrapping paper?? Yup.
January is always an awkward time for home decor. The holidays are over, and your home feels so empty without all the festive decorations. Well, there's an easy solution - fill those empty gaps with winter themed decor. Don't worry, it's super simple to make the transition. Here are ten of our favorite ideas.
It's cold outside and that means you have to constantly put on or take 10 extra pieces of outwear when you enter or exit your home. If you stairing at the pile of coats and mittens thrown on your floor right now...this is the post for you. For me, winter is really the time I start longing for mudroom storage and today here are some ideas to get yours on the way to being a workable space for you.
Hello 2016! It's resolution time, and in the Curbly neighborhood that means getting much needed DIY projects started and, more importantly, completed. "This is the year I finally remove the popcorn ceilings!" Or, "This is the year I finally paint the kitchen cupboards!" Feeling stressed yet? Take a breath and put those big projects out of your mind, becaue this post is about EASY to keep resolutions. Namely, those little things
I'm jealous of this transformation for two reasons. 1. That people actually can use outdoor living spaces in the wintertime. (Around here, they would probably include some sort of an igloo structure, which wouldn't really be considered "outdoor" now that I think
Paper straws suddenly became popular a while back (kind of like washi tape), and now I grab a box of them whenever I see them. Which means that now I suddenly have a lifetime supply of them. And I'm guessing some of you are in the same boat. Bur there are other, alternative ways to use them, aside from drinking through them... here are ten super clever DIY projects using paper straws.
Ah the holidays. If your family is anything like mine, this is the one time of year when everyone's in the same place so of course all the cameras come out for the obligatory family photograph. And that being the case, why not make it a good one complete with stunning festive backdrop! You'd be surprised how simple it is to set one of these up, and boy will they add a whole of pretty to your pics. Read on for my favourites!
Fireplace and mantles are focal points of rooms so they can become the focal point of Holiday decor. Here are ten mantles that are festive and unique, and if you haven't decorated your mantle they can give you some inspiration.
There's something so festive about candlelight. I tend to light a lot of votives during the holiday season, so naturally I'm a big fan of holiday-themed candles. Here are ten of my favorite candle DIYs that I've been drooling over this December.
If you're anything like me, you'll know what it's like to scrounge around on Christmas Eve for the last remnants of wrapping paper you can find because you've left your gift wrapping to the last minute and the shops are no longer open. Thankfully, the internet always comes to my rescue with printable after free printable full of prettily patterned paper goodness - it's saved my gifts and my sanity time and time again. Click through to see my favourite printable finds!
If you're looking for ways to dress up your home this Christmas, look no further than the humble paper snowflake! They're easy to make, the end result is very pretty and best of all, there are loads of free templates (many with printables) to help you along. Grab a pair of scissors, get the kids involved and let's get making!
Besides writing for Curbly, my everyday job is to help make homes happen for people. This ranch home was built in the mid 1960s. During the initial walk through, where we come up with the renovation plan, I told the general contractors this kitchen needs to be opened up and brightened up. Here is how it turned out.
Sometimes the holidays can become focused on shopping, candy and presents - but every now and then it's refreshing to take a step away and go back to the roots of Christmas... simple, natural decorations to celebrate time spent with family and friends. So today we're sharing ten ways to incorporate fresh herbs and fruits to create uncomplicated wreaths, ornaments and tablescapes.