We love this idea from HGTV. Using furniture you already have in your home, a new coat of paint and adding your own personal touches such as chalkboard paint, you can create a custom storage chest for your entryway or mudroom. In the case of the dresser shown here, it works well as it takes up minimal space but, provides loads of storage for each member...
After the storm, did you find your home short on space for all the coats, boots and wet mittens? With free-standing Elfa shelving from the Container Store, you can create a mudroom out of a hallway or entrance space. And better yetâ€¦it’s on sale! This is the lowest price all year for this fantastic storage solution. Act now – the sale ends tomorrow! Just bring...
We love Good Housekeeping’s tips on getting your home in shape for guests in a hurry! Whether guests are en route to your home, they just left, or you just want to quickly get your place in order for yourself to enjoy, pick a task, any task, for quick tips to fix your place up fast.
The Wall Street Journal has written a great article regarding productivity tools and how some can take so much time to maintain and use that you end up losing some of your valuable time in the process. The article also offers great tips on some apps that do help with time management, are easy to use, and methods of implementing such tools that can help you. Read...
It’s Sunday, you’ve got a few hours left of your weekend. Why not tackle a simple organizing project and feel accomplished? Real Simple provides us with some Easy Weekend Projects, which are easy to so and will make you feel ready to tackle the week ahead. How would you feel if you could find dinner in the fridge tomorrow night, or scissors in the junk...
Give common household items a brand-new lease on life. Find out how to reuse picture frames, coat hooks and ice-cube trays to create smart storage solutions. You don’t have to spend tons of money to get your closet organized. Follow these tips on how to use what you already have to organize your space.
The weather outside may be frightful. That is, unless you’re planning a winter adventure. But it’s the perfect time to organize your home. The shorter days force you inside with hours to burn. Why not spend some of that time organizing your closet, mudroom, kids playroom, or home office.
According to Jonathan Bloom, author of â€œAmerican Wasteland,â€ the average family of four throws away $2,200 a year in food. Keeping your fridge organized can save you a lot of money in wasted food. Click here to watch our Money Saving Monday video on NECN to see how you can save money by organizing your fridge. 5 Refrigerator Organizing Tips That Can Save You Money...