Whether you’ve got an extra corner in a room you’d like to get more out of or your house doesn’t quite have enough space, creating a dual-use room can help you get the most out of each room.
I recently got a new phone but wasn’t ready to part with the old one yet—just in case. You never know when you’ll accidentally drop your phone and break it or expose it to moisture. When I went to stash my old phone in the drawer of my office desk, however, I discovered a few other tech relics of the past—including two other phones and an iPod.
Whether you’re interested in finally creating an organized “drop zone” near your entryway or you’re taking the leap and adding custom closets to your home, the first step in the process is an in-home consultation.
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 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.