We're moving sometime in the next month. I hate the vague sound of that sentence, but it's the truth. Our whole moving timeline is vague due to the fact that the Curbly House continues to be full of charming surprises that are pushing our move-in date back.
The realization that we'll be having a new baby and moving into a new house only a few weeks apart is enough to induce even the calmest lady. Unfortunately for me, I am a Virgo to theContinue Reading
Walls, built-in bookcases, windows, fireplaces...all can make furniture arrangement more than a little frustrating, which is why it is best to go at it with a game plan. SAS Interiors breaks down the job into five easy steps. They are...
- Determine the function of the space
- Remove everything from the room
- Make a plan of action
- Execute (the picture above was taken during the 'execution' step)
Our mail inevitably ends up in a massive pile on the little desk in our kitchen. It grows and grows and, needless to say, we avoid that area like the plague. I wonder if having an adorable mail basket holder like this one would make the chore of sorting through it more enjoyable? Maybe?? Continue Reading
I'm a sucker for creative DIYs that are simple and fall under the "one afternoon" time frame. So, when I spotted this clever cork pencil holder and office organizer, I immediately perked up and thought "I can DO this!". Continue Reading
It's time to celebrate the hardworking moms (wives, sisters, and even grandmas) in your life! To help you out in the gift-giving department, we've rounded up 20 stylish gift ideas any lady will love. Happy Mother's Day! Continue Reading
Just because you have a petite kitchen doesn't mean you can't have big culinary skills. Take for example Deb from The Smitten Kitchen. She's done some impressive cooking/baking in her 80 square foot NYC apartment's kitchen. To put her space in perspective, her oven is 3/4 size and she only hasContinue Reading
Are you good at keeping your freezer organized? Not surprisingly, Martha Stewart is. Her team created some downloadable labels so you can monitor your zero-degree delicacies in style. Read on for the download and some general freezer safety guidelines.
If you've seen those leather scrap bundles at your local craft store and have wondered what to do with them, wonder no more! We've got a simple afternoon DIY project that will add a touch of rustic charm to your decor -- for cheap! Continue Reading
This Curbly guest post was written by Tiffany McLean of Living Saavy
I love it when my life and house are organized. This month on Living Savvy, I dedicated all of March to organizing my life and space. I attacked anything behind a close door! I also asked a few other organized bloggers to share their own organizing secrets. So, here are seventeen tips from the best of the blogosphere to get your life and home in order. Continue Reading
I have three little girls, two of which are very good at distributing toys, clothes, and books all over the house. After too many days of me chasing after them and cleaning up their messes, it was time to put them in charge of pulling some of the weight around the house. My sanity depended on it.
So, how do we distribute chores among children at different developmental stages? Here are a few tips, and printable helps, to encourage you in the process. Continue Reading