It always amazes me how much stuff can fit into one small space! This closet houses all the music, movement, and P.E. equipment for a private preschool. And while we all might have moved past bean bags and rhythm sticks there are things we can definitely learn about organizing by going back to the basics!
Whether for budget reasons or just the satisfaction of doing it yourself, there are many reasons to install your own closet system. There are a lot of different closet systems available to the consumer, here are a few of my favorites… Continue reading →
Due to the fact that babies grow so fast and their clothing is so cute, most baby closets have lots of clothing, and if not stored correctly some of those clothes might never get worn. Here are my tips for baby clothing organization. Continue reading →
The Art of Organizing, to quote Fort Minor, “is ten percent luck, twenty percent skill, fifteen percent concentrated power of will, five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain, and a hundred percent reason to remember the name!” Organizing as a profession is as complex as the Biltmore is large. Imagine telling someone that the things they equate with life are really the things that impede them from enjoying life. That’s why I believe in order to be an organizer you also need to be a… Continue reading →
What to do when you have lots of clothing and can never find anything to wear? We spent a day and a half organizing this closet with a materials budget of $500. Though not a “dream closet”, we turned an under utilized closet into a highly functioning space.
This specific closet, at 7′ x 10′, is a rather large walk-in closet that previously only had one hang rail and shelf. Because of inadequate storage, clothing was also stored in two other closets in the home. In order to accommodate all the clothing we Continue reading →