Creating solutions for small spaces has been one of my expertise since most of the houses I organize for our clients are in Baltimore City. This weekend makeover of a small bedroom for boys. This setup can easily be recreated in a dorm room or any other small space when you need to make the most of the area available.
Getting the kids ready for their first semester in college sounds like a daunting task when you don’t know where to start or are not a very organized person. An organized space is essential in every phase of our lives, especially for small-space living, like a dorm room.
Many people believe that making the bed every morning seems like a waste of time, so what is the point of arranging all those blankets, sheets, and pillows? The actual benefit of making the bed every morning goes beyond just making the room look neater and cleaner, and it is not just for neat freaks and homemakers.
Our kids inevitably grow, and their rooms should grow and evolve with them. Updating, styling, and organizing their rooms shouldn’t be a daunting task. With a clear vision of the space, a plan in hand, and motivation, you can do it yourself. That is exactly what I am doing to update my little girl’s bedroom, and I will be sharing the six steps I use for a styled and organized bedroom.
I am so excited about the possibility of a family gathering again. We usually don’t have big parties in our house in a “normal situation,” but we have always loved to have our family over for dinners. Now I ask, are we ready for this next step coming out of a pandemic? Many people might still be concerned about big gatherings indoors, but the outdoors might still be the solution for us this Summer.
Have you ever wondered where we find those amazing, good-looking products to organize any space of the home? Some are from IKEA; others are from The Container Store or other stores. However, we also get many of our supplies from Amazon.
I am excited to celebrate Easter this year since last year was such a trouble and uncertain time for us all. Even though we might not have a big gathering with the extended family, I am looking forward to making Easter feel special again, as it should.
As the name suggests, the command center is the space from where we command the family. It is where we keep track of our appointments, invitations, school paper, bills to pay, mail, grocery list, goals, to-do lists, meal plan, and much more. A monthly calendar is an essential feature of the command center. However, it also needs to offer space for an organization system that will prevent your home from getting cluttered.
I am starting to get excited for the New Year and the idea of making plans again, even though they will be very different from the ones I made a year ago. This time, the difference is that the goals will start small with chances of growing again, and not the other way around . In 2020 we had to just the fine with a slower year than we were anticipating.
Many people use their garages as their overflow storage area for their belongings, leaving almost no space to park their car in it. With a decluttering plan and implementing systems to maximize the area, you will take back control of your garage in no time.