t around the bend (on May 8th) and
it may be hard to figure out what to get her. Maybe she’s the mom who has everything already. After all, she shops for new clothes and accessories for herself so often that you don’t even want to touch trying to pick something out for her. But you can do her one even better: you can get her closet organizer systems.
But don’t just wrap up a few organizing products and give it to her for Mother’s Day. Set it up for her! If you think you know Mom well enough you could attempt to reorganize her whole closet while she’s out one day. Get Dad to take her out for dinner and when she returns, she’ll have a brand new closet!
But if you’d rather avoid her possible wrath (after all, she may have a very specific way SHE’D organize everything) then take those closet organizer systems and set it up with her. It’ll be a nice bonding experience, mother
and child, and she’ll be grateful for the help.
So do something more than just buy her a new outfit, help her to organize what she already has!
h a fun time for fashion, especially accessories. You feel like you can really do it up with multi-layered necklaces and fancy rings. Day or night, there’s a lot of different trends you can follow and if you are anything like I am, you just want a piece that falls into everyone so you’ll always be fashionable. But when your jewelry collection starts to grow,
you are going to want to look into
picking up a few more jewelry organizers.
A jewelry box is simple and classic and works for certain pieces. Rings can be easily kept in them but sometimes when you put necklaces in them, you fear them tangling. There is nothing worse than pulling out a balled mess when you are rushing out the door and just want to throw your owl necklace on.
Try a jewelry stand, also known as a tree. These have various “branches” at different heights that you can hang your necklaces and bracelets on. Having them hang with avoid cluttering and tangles. It’ll also make it a lot of easier to find exactly the piece you are looking for.
So stock up on some new, fun jewelry and get your new jewelry organizers ready!
nything like mine used to be, it’s a bit of an ecelectic mess. You have your medications, your first aid and your beauty supplies but none of it is really organized together and you constantly put things back in different locations. sometimes under the sink, or on a maybe on top of the toilet tank, but they don’t seem to have a real place for themselves.
That’s why you need bathroom storage units and a little inspiration. First, caddies for your shower and really important. You have to get your soap, shampoo, conditioner and loofah all in the same place and keep them from taking up the entire rim of the tub.
Invest in some shelving or a cupboard. Have an idea of what you want to put there,
just medication maybe or all your first aid supplies. If you have a designated area for each type of bathroom amenity, you’ll stick to putting them back there.
Don’t let the hair dryer and the cosmetics lay everywhere either. Buy organizers that can be placed on any surface to keep everything in it’s proper place. You’ll feel like everything is a lot less cluttered.
Organizing your home has to start somewhere, why not the
state of the economy and the rising prices in clothing, thrift shopping is becoming
a fast growing trend. It’s become cool to shop for clothes second hand and score designer duds for incredibly cheap. But with cheap prices comes a price; you wind up buying far more than your closet can hold. Trust me, I know. I’ve discovered the wonderful world of thrift stores and now my closet is over flowing. That’s where closet organizer systems come in.
The beauty of these systems is that they work with the space you already have. You don’t need to invest in breaking down a wall to make a bigger closet, or moving into a new place with a walk-in. All that extra, fabulous clothing lying around can fit in the closet you have now if it’s just organized the proper way. Like double
closet rods give you twice the rod space to hang your items.
So hang on to that awesome sun dress you scored for six bucks and those brand new Prada shoes you found hiding away. With closet organizer systems you won’t have to give up your love of finding amazing bargains on great clothing.
about cleaning and organizing products is that after you’ve finished sweeping the floor and sorting through your winter clothes, you feel pride and satisfaction in knowing how much you’ve done. You’ll be proud that you worked so hard to improve your living space, and you’ll tell all your friends. You can walk into your bedroom and feel the cleanliness and light radiate from your closet, instead of being ashamed and embarrassed by the dirt in which you live.
The closet is one area of
the home that can always use general organization. Is it time to buy some more hangers? New wooden ones that will better protect your clothing from months of hanging? Or maybe you need
more space altogether? Wood shelving add-ons are perfect for storing extra shoes, shirts, pants and bags. Or maybe you just need a rack for all your ties and belts. In any case, this organizing store can help you straighten out your closet.
Once you choose and begin using your new organizing products you will wonder what took you so long to get them in the first place. You’ll know that next time you need organizing products you won’t have to wait and you’ll know exactly where to go.
ow that spring has sprung there is suddenly a lot to do. It starts in your home. You could use some open space, fresh linens and most of all some new indoor lighting.
Your living room and bedroom
have looked damp at times this winter because they have been so dark. While it might have passed during the dank quiet months of night, the days are growing longer and it is time for change.
It is in your annual rhythm. It is time for organizing your home and dusting and cleaning. Once you do you will feel that satisfaction that makes you want to tell people about what you have done, how well you’ve cleaned. And when you have guests over and turn on your indoor lighting they will recognize the comfort of your home and recognized how things have changed since last time they were here.
Floor lamps cast soft shadows when late evening drops and the birds flicker by your windows and you want to curl up on the sofa and open a novel.
So go ahead and open the windows. Air it out and turn on the lights. Embrace cleanliness, light and fresh
air and better understand spring.
st about making sure all of your “things” are in order. It’s not just alphabetizing your DVDs, and reverse alphabetizing your books, and keeping the DVR tidy. Organizing your life
should also be about making the environment you live in as cozy as possible. One of the many ways to do this is well established guidelines for lighting in your living space.
I still live with roommates and I find quite often we do not see eye to eye on what constitutes appropriate lighting for the apartment. Indoor lighting should never be too overwhelming in my book. Sure
areas where someone is reading or working on something important should have solid overhead lighting, but there is no reason for a room where people are watching television or casually chatting to be as lit up as a sunny day.
What’s even worse is waisting electricity on lights while you’re not even home. I can not tell you how often I walk into an apartment with a light on in every room while no one is home. This to me is inexcusable. Sure, we should have some lights on to indicate the apartment is not a target for burglary. (Though good outdoor lighting with timers is a great method for this as well.) But that only takes one light. What are we made of money?