Normally, we use this blog to focus on one part of the home – the garage, the bedrooms – or one aspect of organization and storage.But with Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’ve decided to set out a buffet: a collection of some of our best home organization tips for every part of the house.
Sometimes rooms take on a new purpose by accident. Your garage becomes a giant storage closet, or kitchen becomes a de facto dining room.
But there are ways to get more use out of these spaces by embracing dual-purpose room design. Here are a few ways to make that happen.
On paper, the weeks between Thanksgiving and the New Year are a time to give thanks, give gifts, and celebrate the arrival of a new year.
But as anyone who’s ever been to the mall in late December or planned a dinner for 30 family members can tell you, this is a stressful season.
That’s why we’ve put together these holiday home organization tips. We hope you can use something from our list to make life around your house a little easier this year.
Your garage might be the place where you park your car, or store your unused Christmas decorations, but it has the potential to be so much more.
There was a time when “going to work” meant waking up, getting into a car or boarding a train, and heading to the office.
But these days, that scenario is no longer a given. More than 40 percent of Americans work remotely at least part of the time, according to a Gallup survey released earlier this year.