Touches of color like pale pink make a walk-in feel more like a room and less like a closet. #ThursdayThoughts http://t.co/AS2IAzZmoV
Tara Blanchet moved into a town home and watched her neglected entryway closet snowball into a disaster.
See how she finally made the closet work for her.
George is an inquisitive engineer and father who loves precision and geometric designs. Abby is a busy professional and mother who loves bright colors and knows what exactly she wants from the outset.
We leave in the morning and come back at night, but in the end, there really is no place like home.
Organizing your entryway can make the transition from inside to outside and back again smooth and effortless.
Halloween costumes tend to be last-minute affairs. Is your craft room ready to handle the eleventh-hour rush before Trick-or-Treating?
Andrea Crawford was charged with transforming a laundry room for a very busy working Mom and Dad with two young children. The plan? Design a functional and child safe space that would be aesthetically pleasing, as well.
I’ve been designing custom storage systems at California Closets for over twenty years and in that time I’ve figured out some of the best ways to get and stay organized. These simple steps go a long way.
Here are my 7 secrets to smart organizing!
Getting rid of stuff: It’s not easy.
If you’re sentimental about your belongings, you’re not alone.
In a recent California Closets survey, 53% of women said they were sentimentalists. They have a hard time letting go of anything memorable, from concert tickets to kids’ art projects to favorite clothing items that don’t fit anymore.
Decluttering can definitely be emotional if you’re sentimental, but sometimes you need to be practical. Here’s how.
With the new year, you’ve no doubt starting setting intentions or making resolutions for 2012.
Are you thinking about how to get more organized? Do you want to spend more time with family and friends and less time dealing with stressful clutter? Do you finally want that dream closet, organized perfectly to fit your needs?
We’ve pulled together the best of our 2011 organizing tips and advice to get you started with a fresh slate this year.
We all have different organizing styles that reflect our personality and experience, so we all need unique approaches to de-cluttering and organizing. Here are some classic organizational archetypes, along with some ideas about how to go about your next organization project. Which type describes you best?
We recently conducted a survey to explore how people feel about organization in their homes. The results were very interesting! Check out our survey results (and see if you can relate to feeling frustrated about disorganization), plus our tips on how to organize better so you can stress less.