Sure, there are chalkboards, corkboards, whiteboards, and any assortment of other pre-made options for wall-mounted organization. But why go for the generic choices when you could jazz up your walls with these fun, functional, and handmade items?
One of our favorite things about IKEA products is their versatility. Sure, the wall-mounted Trones storage box may be designed to hold shoes... but that doesn't mean you can't put it to work in other ways, as well. Here are some ideas for using the Trones to add a little extra storage in any room of the house.
One of the biggest challenges of small space living is... where does all the stuff go? If you feel like you've maxed out all your storage but you still have things that need a home, this post is for you. Here are ten often-overlooked spots where you can squeeze a little extra storage out of a small space.
One of my favorite things to collect is vintage tins. They add just a hint of eclectic style in your space. Easy to find and affordable, they are versatile décor multitaskers. While you can display them as a colorful collection on their own, here are nine more creative and practical uses:
How many identical plates do I have stacked in the kitchen cabinet? Twelve. How many plates do my fiancé and I go through in the few days between dishwasher loads? Maybe eight or so. If you're doing the math, that means the four plates at the bottom of the stack are practically brand new. It's time for a rotation.
Few things are as versatile as the humble tension rod. They are cheap and totally removable. They are great for those awkward areas where nothing else fits, and don’t do any damage to walls, closets or cabinets. Some of their uses are obvious, but there are others you might not have ever considered...
Mallory from Classy Clutter had been itching to make over her coat closet since she the day she moved in. She found that no one in her house, including herself, wanted to hang up their coats when they had to untangle hangers and fiddle for a spot to hang their coat. She decided it was time to remove the hangers and closet bar, and replace them with hooks and bins.
There is no such thing as effortless perfection — it takes a lot of work to stay happy and healthy at home. Which means we are all looking for small acts whose rewards are favorably disproportionate to the work involved. They don’t have to be major tasks and grand, noble goals— just little habits whose benefits compound exponentially. Here are six small things to do today:
I've lived in my current home for 8 years and I lived in my home before that for 3 years. I don't like moving and have never had a reason to move frequently - that is, until now. In the next two years, my family will be moving at least twice, and possibly three times. In preparation, I've been thinking through ways to make these frequent moves less stressful. I've come up with a few ideas, and would really appreciate tips from those of you who have been here before.