1. Start With a Clean Slate. Empty your entire pantry, and thoroughly clean it before you begin the organization process. Starting fresh will help keep things organized longer.
2. Take Inventory. Make a list of your pantry staples and update it regularly. When it's time to go grocery shopping, take your list with you. You can download pantry inventory lists online for free.
Two freestanding steel garage cabinets and a garden work bench offer organization and space for an assortment of home and garden projects. Hooks on the wall for outdoor hats and tools help keep the top of the garden work bench free from clutter.
A toddler's closet painted in tones of purple and white provides organized storage for clothes, stuffed animals and other items. The hanging fabric shelf keeps child's favorite playthings within easy reach.
Organization and customization is key when it comes to mudrooms, according to Jess Blumberg of Dale Blumberg Interiors. “We like individual cubbies with a couple of hooks in each for the easy to grab stuff, mixed with closed storage,” says Jess. “An easy, organized, clean aesthetic.”
This newly renovated living room featured an old non-functioning fireplace has been replace with a large wall organizer and an electric fire screen. Updated wall colors, a modern couch with ottoman, and new lighting create a new living space. The wall dividing the living room and the hallway has been partially opened, as well as the archway between the living and dining rooms, creating a more open flow to the first floor.