No matter what design theme a nursery or child's room may have there always seems to be room for a few animals. Extra storage is a most welcome element as well. So we think these charming animal hooks should be a perfect addition to almost any youngster's room.
Good closet space is key to living well in any size home. But just because it's behind closed doors doesn't mean you should let your closet become a mess. Maintain your sanity and maximize your storage space by keeping your closet the same as any other room in the house — neat, beautiful and organized.
Designed right, an entryway can help you clear clutter (think coats, mail, and keys that have a tendency to walk away). Designed with a bit of creative DIY, an entryway can also help welcome guests with a great, big style hug.
For the right type of space, these old industrial pipes, repurposed by Stella Bleu Designs into shelves, coat racks, pot racks, and lighting fixtures, are versatile and stylish enough to make you want to keep all your storage out in plain sight.
Having a desktop like those we see in our most organized House Tours means it's clean, organized and free of all clutter. Ever wonder how those people manage to create those works of arts on their desks and if they can actually keep up that appearance? Turns out it's not that difficult if you just do some creative cord control.
In the mudroom or the kids' room, wall-mounted open storage is a panacea for limited square footage and insufficient closet space. It also brings home the preschool wisdom that every child has their cubby and every coat has its hook, which helps kids (and grownups) to develop a sense of responsibility and ownership in maintaining an organized environment.
Whether you just need a single hook for your child's towel in the bathroom or coat in the hallway or a whole troupe of animals, these hooks are colorful, fun and sturdy. Five animals to choose from (please choose the unicorn).