Car trouble is tough enough in good weather. Add winter weather to the mix and you could have a dangerous situation. Store these essentials in your winter car kit to help.
Typically furniture is designed for large homes, where you have room for that oversized sofa and loveseat and chair set, or a full dining table and chair set. When you're living in a "cozy" apartment or home, you will suddenly find yourself needing to hunt down clever furniture for small spaces so you can make the most of the square footage you have.
The typical Thanksgiving feast includes an overwhelming amount of food, even after all the guests are done eating. After all, the holiday is about having an abundance, so you probably planned to cook more than enough.
Whether you are living in a small space by choice or necessity, it's your job to make the most of the space you have. Even a tiny home can feel tidy and organized if you use the right storage solutions for small spaces.
While brainstorming Thanksgiving decoration ideas, consider how you can use items you already have and give them a second life. They just might turn out so good that you will want to store them for next year!
Upcycle Halloween pumpkins into Thanksgiving decorations for a festive home while celebrating the rest of the fall season. Each of these DIY pumpkin decorating ideas uses many items you probably already have on hand or can pull out of storage and put to good use.
Simple DIY Thanksgiving decorations often bring rustic charm that is just the feel you want for the humble fall holiday. This year, pull your table linens out of storage to help inspire your color palette, and then make one of these easy Thanksgiving centerpieces as the focal point for your table.
Even the most organized person becomes discombobulated when kids enter the picture. The clean and tidy lifestyle you once knew with everything having its place becomes a faint memory. Your household can quickly be overtaken by toys if you do not have a toy storage plan. These tricks will help.
Both big and small screens have had their share of RVs in a wide range of movies and TV shows. Viewers have gotten to see everything from plush, top-of-the-line motorhomes to beat-up RVs that need to end up in the junkyard (and many of them do, by the end). If you’re an RV owner, the beat-up ones at least serve as a good reminder of what yours can become if you don’t take care of it with indoor RV storage and regular maintenance between trips.
Whether to keep for next year or to keep hidden forever, these Halloween decorations should be put into storage.