Are toys scattered under the bed or are hidden in the closet? On top of the kitchen table or even sprinkled all along the carpet? Help keep your home neat and organized by making sure your kids have a spot to store their toys. To help you get started, we've compiled 8 creative ways that you can store toys.
From full remodeling jobs, to repainting, to decking the walls for the holidays, this week’s blog collection features details on transforming your home. Decluttering, cleaning and organizing well before guests arrive for a Christmas party or holiday dinner will give you time to enjoy the festivities with friends and family instead of racing to get everything finished. With expert advice on planning, decorating and home staging for the season, these bloggers cover everything you need to know.
Out with the old and in with the new? Don't be so fast to trash your old gear when cleaning out your home this year. You never know how much of that "trash" could really be a hidden treasure. To help you identify a few of those hidden gems, we've compiled a list of 5 collectible items that you might want to put into storage.
With Thanksgiving week on its way out and December coming in, bloggers everywhere are gearing up for the holidays with seasonal themes to make your home merry and bright. This week, you'll find home staging tips to give a house holiday warmth for buyers, decorating ideas to make a new house feel like home for the holidays, and suggestions for keeping everything organized during a busy season of parties and visitors.
Too often, people become caught up in giving others the perfect holiday and decking the walls in the most stylish trim, but it's also important to take a few moments for yourself in the midst of all the holiday bustle. This week's collection of blogs may inspire you to create a tranquil space that's just for you.
Thanksgiving preparations come early to home staging and decor bloggers, and this week’s Best-of-the-Web roundup reflects that attention to making every detail perfect for the holidays. It’s easy to cook in an organized kitchen, so you’ll find tips for keeping your refrigerator neat and getting your kitchen ready for a holiday feast. Thanksgiving also means welcoming more guests, and this week’s blogs have some fantastic suggestions on how to make room for them.
Since so many of you liked our last post about bookshelves, we’re back to prove once again that libraries are NOT dull. Scroll through this list of 9 more completely unique ways of storing books and use the comments to tell us which one’s your favorite.
November has a split personality. While many outdoor activities are winding down, the bustle of shopping and party preparations are just beginning. With this November weekly roundup, you'll find ways to satisfy your cravings for comfort, quiet and tranquility while still keeping your home party-ready.
In the United States, the 50s were a time of prosperity, optimism and growth. The post World War II era was marked by the Baby Boom ad the energetic expansion of American industry. Along with this new energy came scientific advancements, cultural changes, new genres of music and cultural icons, and a large amount of new quintessentially 50s consumer products. In this list, we picked out a few iconic things from the 50s that you might like to find in your storage unit.
The holiday season is just a few weeks away, and for most households, that means a frenzy of shopping, housecleaning and preparing for guests. Clearing the way for extended visits or getting ready to host the first Thanksgiving dinner in a new home can be daunting. With this collection of the best of October’s staging and styling tips, moving how-tos and organization pointers, you can breeze through the holidays and leave yourself enough time to enjoy them.