As a new year comes around, so begin the resolutions for starting out organized and prepared for success. You can begin by creating your own beautifully organized and dreamy walk-in closet with these simple steps.
Flow is often misunderstood as the way transition spaces, like hallways, lead people from people one room to another. In practice, flow is actually how furniture and design elements help you better use a space and navigate between different rooms of the home. With Isla’s help, creating a well-designed, beautifully crafted space that enhances flow is simple:
After relocating to the San Francisco Bay Area, Jane and Alan Schafer decided that they wanted California Closets storage solutions in their home, just like they had when they lived in Southern California.
Purchasing and moving into a new home can be both exciting and overwhelming: exciting because of the opportunity to completely redesign a space and truly make it your own and overwhelming because this design needs to accommodate your family’s needs as it grows. Lee and Megan from CutModern share some of tips on how they redesigned their new Mill Valley home to fit their design and functional needs:
When transforming your master bedroom closet, having a good foundation with enough shelves and drawers is a terrific start, but it takes accessories to fully customize and optimize the space to perfection.
There's no avoiding it now. Kids are going back to school, some as early as this week!
In his adult life, Albert Einstein wore white shirts and black ties every day, because he didn't want to clutter his mind with decisions that had nothing to do with his work. By wearing the same thing every day, his mind was free to explore and imagine and learn.
Living in a smaller space doesn’t mean sacrificing design for storage capabilities. Oftentimes, it just means creating a more creative and innovate small space design. Jeff Sredni of The Goodwin House shares some of his tips on apartment living and making the most out of small spaces.
You've probably noticed the Back-To-School sales starting to pop up here and there. If you're a fortunate parent, your child is getting excited about starting classes, meeting new teachers, making new friends, and getting prepared to dive into their studies.
Recently, the Merediths found themselves with a classic problem: They needed more closet space. The catch, however, was that they did not want to pare down their belongings or move walls to create a bigger closet.
For a lot of families, summer is the time of year they look forward to the most. No more bundling up in layers of clothing, no more hiding indoors. Summer is for going to the beach, hiking, swimming in the lake, and riding bikes all day long.
When men and women cohabitate, there is quite often a great deal of shared space. Both people collaborate to make decisions regarding decor in most of the common areas. The responsibility for decorating rooms such as the living room, bedroom, and entryway falls on the shoulders of everyone.
Depending on how neglected your garage was during the winter, you might have a bit more cleaning to do, but that's alright. Take a couple of hours here and there over the upcoming weekends to get things in order.