As a follow-up to our "Dressing Room Bling" post last month, we're showcasing the jewelry island located in the glamorous dressing room and walk-in closet we installed in a client's home in Doylestown, PA.
Garages are one of the most common areas people have difficulty keeping in order. Most people perceive them as one giant storage bin, a catch-all area for things that really don’t have a place. These things add up and start going vertical after the horizontal space has been covered. In some cases, it is almost like living with a landfill attached to your house. Along with having a sore view to look at and live with, it is also a potential safety hazard!
When you think about doing the laundry, what do you picture?
Lugging a huge pile of dirty clothes into a damp, dimly-lit basement? Your washer and dryer shoved away in some dark corner?
But doing the laundry doesn't have to be a chore. Today's laundry rooms are often designed with style and convenience in mind. Let's take a look at a few laundry room design and laundry room storage ideas to make things easier the next time you need to do a load of wash.
When you had your first apartment, you told yourself “One day, I’ll have a bigger closet, and things will be much more organized.”
Now you’re a homeowner, with a big walk-in closet, and it’s still cluttered. It happens. It’s easy for a walk-in closet to become disorganized, but just as easy for you to pull things back together.