Top 5 Blog Posts From 2019
This is it everyone, our last blog post of the year! Can you believe 2019 is almost gone? We cannot thank each of you enough for all of your support. It is because of you that we have been able to do what we love everyday for the past 30 years, helping clients create organized and functional spaces that are beautiful and customized for their individual storage needs.
We took a look back at our most popular posts over the past year and came up with our top 5. Each provide top ideas from organizational and custom closet experts on how you can make each day less stressful by organizing your life.
1. Top Questions About Murphy Bed Answered
Whether you live in a single-family home or a condo in the city, you likely need room to host guests overnight from time to time. Rather than asking them to spend money on a hotel or subjecting them to the unique hell that is a sleeper sofa or air mattress, you could accommodate them in your own home with a space-saving Murphy bed.
2. Download The 30 Day Home Organization Checklist
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.
Here is an easy-to-use checklist that will help you get your home organized in just 30 days. By doing this work in bite-sized chunks, you can finally get ahead of home organization, once and for all.
3. Keep Your Mudroom Clean And Organized
If you’re lucky enough to have a mudroom, you already have a designated space for you and your family to keep shoes, coats, gloves, scarves, umbrellas, school bags and virtually anything else they frequently carry out the door to work, school, sports practice and more. But keeping everyone’s stuff corralled all fall and winter, and keeping the area physically free of slush, water, leaves and dirt can be difficult.
4. How To Organize Your Reach In Closet For Fall And Winter
Millions of homes have reach-in closets; however, many of these spaces tend to become boggled messes of confusion, disarray and frustration, especially when you try to jam two or three seasons’ worth of clothes into one small area.
Right now, there’s a great chance that your reach-in closets contain some necessary winter gear in the darkest depths. Do you even know where, exactly, your cold-weather clothes are after such a scorching summer? If not, try organizing your clothes and accessories for fall and winter with the following steps.
5. The Compromise That Turned Into A Beautiful Walk-In Sitting Room
A couple who had lived in the same home for over 15 years needed a compromise. The biggest point of contention was whether to list the house on the market, or stay in the current home they love. The couple decided to reach out to us and presented us with the challenge of coming up with a way to make everybody happy by making practical use out of underutilized square footage.