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Fit for a King or Queen: Why A Walk-In Closet?

May 15th, 2016|

Clothing, accessories, jackets, shoes, and dirty laundry are the culprits of the majority of the clutter in our homes. Closets contain the necessities needed to be able to walk out the door in a timely fashion, yet depending on the household size, a closet is never big nor organized enough. They Minimize Household Clutter Walk-in [...]

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Bathroom Organization for an On-the-Go Lifestyle

April 29th, 2016|

The bathroom is one of the most frequently visited rooms in the house. Yet in our busy day-to-day lives, we only really utilize it for a few moments at a time each day. Late for work? Need to get the kids to school? It is no wonder our toiletries can get so easily cluttered and [...]

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Wardrobe Storage Mistakes

November 10th, 2015|

According to Jennifer Baumgartner; a psychologist, author and wardrobe consultant, clothes and how you store them are a reflection of your emotional state.   Below are a few wardrobe storage mistakes that many wardrobe consultant experts agree upon: Streamline An overstuffed closet is a sign of compulsive shopping and refusal to let go of items that [...]

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Your Home office: Work More Effectively

October 10th, 2015|

According to a survey conducted by Stanford University, over ten percent of all employees, based in the United States, work from their home.  There are some huge benefits to working from home including, but not limited to, the time and money saved by not commuting.  But, for some people, the lack of structure that comes [...]

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Tips from Professional Organizers

September 10th, 2015|

Interior design and professional organization is a career choice in itself, so we have gathered some insightful tips from the professionals on home organization. Read on to find out how to save money and time, as well as reduce clutter and stress from your life... 1. Easily put things away According to Kate Brown, the [...]

Designing a Home Office for Two

August 10th, 2015|

Working as a team in close quarters can be practical, as help is always nearby and there is always someone close to joke around with – which makes any work place more enjoyable. However, with the benefits also come challenges, such as both people talking on the phone simultaneously, or who prefers listening to music [...]

Tips on Organizing those Otherwise Difficult-to-Store Items

July 10th, 2015|

Not everything fits snugly into a square space, in fact, few things do. We are surrounded by things that are hard to store, such as decorative items, cords, craft supplies, and hardware. Since this is the case for just about every home, we have provided some organizing tips that we hope you find most helpful. [...]

Toy Storage Solutions

June 9th, 2015|

If you have kids, it’s inevitable that you will have quite a few toys around! Even so, the clutter toys can cause can be eliminated (or at least reduced) with some of these insightful tips listed below. Window Nook/ Seating A bench placed under a window is a great place to sit and read (or [...]

Hideaway Hampers

May 10th, 2015|

Laundry is notoriously known as the least favorite chore and sadly it is hardly done as there is usually a pile of dirty items that need to be sorted, washed, dried, folded and put away. On average, families do at least a load of laundry each day, which are about 400 loads per year. Washing [...]

Get the Most From Your Murphy Bed

April 10th, 2015|

Murphy beds are multi-functional and this is something that you don’t get with a traditional bed. When not in use, they occupy wall space and only use floor space when down in use. In the upright position, the bed can easily be converted into a sofa, bookshelf, desk or table. Having a wall bed in your [...]