Closet clutter might not seem like a big deal, but it can overload your senses and make it more difficult to process information.
Cleaning your house probably isn’t on your list of things you enjoy doing. And being disorganized or dealing with cleaning supply clutter—when you’re trying to clean and declutter your house—makes the process all the more dreadful. If you can’t find clean sponges, or you misplaced your brush and dustpan, you might waste five minutes looking for them.
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Crisp fall air is on its way, which means it’s time to make another seasonal wardrobe switch—exchanging light linen dresses and sandals for cardigans and boots. Here’s how to prep your wardrobe and your closet for fall and winter.
Making home improvement decisions can be stressful. The reason? Home improvements are investments that you and your family will likely see and use everyday. So if you’re shopping for a custom closet—a space that can be the difference between a tense morning routine and an easy, peaceful one, you want to make the right decision.
If you’ve just returned from dropping your children off at a university, or they graduated in May and are officially out of the house for good, downsizing your space might be on your radar.
One of the biggest problems people have when they’re faced with limited closet storage is that, while pants, dresses, blouses and shirts might fit okay in your closet, it’s all the other stuff that’s hard to store. But when you choose a custom solution, there are suddenly ways to solve all of your storage needs, whether you’ve got space for a walk-in closet, a smaller reach-in closet or you’re opting for added storage by way of a wardrobe.