Common Sense Storage

Common Sense Storage

The title of the new print from Creative Publishing may have the word 'common' in it, but there is nothing common about the contents of Common Sense Storage. Filled with images of luscious interiors, the book is a cornucopia of inspiration, that just happens to solve all of our storage problems as well.

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   Organized into seven geographical sections, the book covers every room in the home and then some. For instance, not all of us have libraries or wine cellars, but they're covered just in case.

Beside the inspirational images, Common Sense Storage also includes oodles of tips from professional de-clutterers to help get our 'stuff' under control as well as annotated case studies with real-life, practical clutter-busting tips. 

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And that's not all! Oh, no, no, no. The book also has some very clever how-tos that will appeal to the DIYer in all of us. Projects include instructions on how to build a closet organizer, a simple book case and a kitchen pot rack, among others.

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Ultimately, if you have a storage conundrum and need help wrangling your clutter--or if you just want to ogle lovely, inspirational interiors--get your hands on a copy of Common Sense Storage. It's available at the usual places, including Amazon  ($18.99).

All images courtesy of Creative Publishing International and Common Sense Storage, Clever Solutions for an Organized Life.


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Ngozi on Jul 09, 2011:

I'm adding this post to my favorites page and I plan to buy the book too! Just the little bit that I see here is enough to sell me!

DesigningMom on Oct 27, 2010:

Ha ha ha. Thanks Maven. In my mind it's a bit messy looking in this picture.

DIY Maven on Oct 27, 2010:

THAT my dear friend, is the nicest 'junk drawer' I have ever seen!!!

DesigningMom on Oct 26, 2010:

Oh my, this is my kind of book. I'm obsessive about organizing. I can prove it by sharing my junk drawer though it's not "pretty" since it's only organized using plastic dividers. Someday I plan on using my wood working skills and scraps to make nicer looking dividers.

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