It's easy to pick up a book about home management, read along, laugh at the jokes, and put the book down again. Translating that experience into a cleaner, more organized home is another matter. So how do you go about accomplishing this?
“The closet of a mountain retreat gets a makeover that any city girl would love.”
Our homeowner decided to convert a ground floor guest room into a show stopping closet. “I wanted to makeover a room my friends would just gasp over,” she says.
Everyone appreciates helpful advice, especially when it comes to organizing a messy closet. So today we're providing you with some bite-size storage tips ... quick and easy suggestions to help you conquer clutter, one closet at a time. (And one area at a time is the recommended way to do this task. Attempting to organize too many spaces at once is sure to discourage.)
Hello everyone, and happy New Year to you! You all had a safe, enjoyable holiday, and are ready to tackle 2019, right?
There are a lot of home storage and organization ideas we’re excited to share with you in the coming new year. We hope to provide you with a ton of helpful information and photo inspirations. For today however, let's remember the tips and trends that stirred our audiences and re-visit our most popular posts from 2018.
Guest blog post by Denise Butchko of Butchko and Company, Chicago IL, originally shared in 2014.
We're not talking about your personality here – we're talking about the shelves in your closets and storage spaces. When people show me closet spaces, they often feel compelled to “use every inch”.