We believe that, this time of year and right after the holidays, you can't have enough holiday organization ideas. So we found this great video by Abby and thought we'd share it with you. Step 1? Declutter! This video is a great first step in finding the best uses for your holiday storage bins and Abby has lots of other great holiday organization ideas. Here's an excerpt from her video: "I've found that the more organized I am about putting my Christmas decorations away this year, the quicker and easier it will be to get them all out next year,
Let's face it: can you really ever get enough ideas about how to organize your holiday decorations? A long-time friend of mine just explained her method of organizing and it's brilliant. I wanted to share it with you. My friend has quite a lot of Christmas decorations. It's her favorite holiday and she enjoys putting up trees inside and outside, along with Christmas villages and other holiday decor. However, instead of storing items by group, like "Christmas tree decorations" she stores them by location. For instance, everything that goes with her "Travel" Christmas tree (it has ornaments from trips) goes
Live Your Style is back with another great video to help you get that closet organized! These closet and bedroom organization hacks are a good reminder, especially for those of us who try to avoid looking at the mess in our closets. Even if you've got a well-designed, space-creating closet, that doesn't mean you're keeping it neat and tidy. We've embedded the video here and included some of our own ideas for helping to organize that space. You can also check out our past blog on the KonMari method here. More bedroom organization hacks: If you have worn it
Did you know it's possible to organize your shower? It is! It's a small space, yes, but finding shower storage solutions isn't as easy as you might think. First, consider the amount of space you have. If your bathtub or shower area is large, a standing shower storage caddy might be a good option, like this one from Wayfair. This could even work to go beside your tub, so it doesn't have to be just a shower storage solution. The open steel here allows for drainage and you could even include a smaller basket or caddy for razors. If you
When you decide to start prepping for a renovation project there are, obviously, many things to consider. Before you start ripping out walls and sinks and such, make sure to take your time and follow these simple tips. Get some inspiration. Whether it's from the pages of a magazine or our Pinterest page, consider looking for ideas of what you want to create before you begin. This will help you think about colors, storage, spacing, etc. Measure, measure, measure! There's no point in planning a project if you don't know the measurements of the space you're working with. Measure and write
We recently completed this custom closet design for a customer here near Grand Junction, Colorado. Photos below were taken by Kirk. If you're interested in a custom closet design like this one, or one that is completely unique to you, let us know! This one included a hidden ironing board cabinet, as seen in the pictures.