To try this idea in your home, measure the space and figure out what size bins you will need to fill the space. Visit a local department store or craft store to find storage bins and baskets in various sizes. Then, label your baskets. This home features "His," "Hers" and "Ours" baskets so that everyone have a designated place to store winter goods but also a place for mixed-use items. Using chalkboard tags and chalk is a great way to label each basket without making it permanent.
It's Thanksgiving at 10 a.m. Your whole family is coming for lunch in less than two hours. And what are you doing? Frantically polishing flatware. If this isn't your idea of fun, store your silver and silver-plated flatware in silver flatware storage rolls. The fabric absorbs the gases that tarnish silver and reduces (or even eliminates) the need for polishing. The compact size lets you get more flatware in a smaller space, taking up less room in your pantry or china cabinet. The storage roll pictured here is from Reed & Barton.
Keeping a small space tidy when you have lots of stuff doesn’t have to be an epic challenge. With these easy adds and clever storage ideas you can control clutter AND make daily clean ups a whole lot easier for everyone.
Can you guess the ordinary object that stars in this extraordinary storage idea? Inspired by a magazine, Christina Roy of 2 Little Hooligans turned a kitchen stool upside down, added caster wheels and tied on fabric bags for a truly repurposed wrapping station.
Light and bright, this transitional kitchen features white Shaker style cabinets, gray stone countertops, a farmhouse sink and a white and gray glass tile backsplash. Symmetry and storage were important ideas for this stylish kitchen.
Light and bright, this transitional kitchen features white Shaker style cabinets, gray stone countertops, a farmhouse sink and a white and gray glass tile backsplash. Symmetry and storage were also important ideas for this kitchen.