Bills, bank statements, tax forms, papers from school. Walk into your home office and you can probably spot all of these papers—and more—dotting your desk, the top of your filing cabinet, or even your desk chair.
It’s a real treat to have large, open closets in your home or condo. But unless those closets are fitted with well-designed closet organization systems, they really aren’t being used to their maximum capability.
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The impact of a beautiful closet is diminished if the clothes you store in it are stained, have lost their shape or are pilling like crazy. Building a solid wardrobe of quality clothes that you like to wear (and make you feel good!) is a long-term commitment. But high-quality garments are only worth the investment if you take care of them the right way.
The chill of late fall and winter is finally here, which means bundling up in down parkas, scarves, hats and gloves. When snow falls in a few short weeks, you’ll add winter boots to the mix, too.
Small closets—or no closets at all—are an organizational nightmare for many people. Unfortunately, these small storage areas are common in older homes in Philadelphia and New Jersey. After all, it was uncommon to have a collection of 50 or 60 pairs of shoes, 20 nice handbags and plenty of outfits to get you through every season in the 19th and 20th centuries, when some historic homes were built.
It happens to all of us. Life is busy and we fall behind in keeping our homes organized. Next thing we know, the kids’ homework has disappeared, the car keys have gone missing and, well … good luck finding those AAA batteries.