Friday, 25 January 2019

Places You Never Thought to Put Shelves

Storage Ideas For Your Home

Storage is an endless struggle in many households – there never seems to be enough space to accommodate everything that needs storage and finding items is also a nightmare, even in the case of items that have their own place. Fortunately, there are lots of clever design ideas that you can use for increasing storage space in your home without mounting shelves on walls the conventional way – here are some unusual, but very handy places where you can add helves:

  • Underneath the stairs – the space under the stairs is usually a dead space, but you can easily transform it into attractive and comfortable storage space by grabbing a few thick boards or planks, cutting them to size and mounting them to serve as shelves, you may even be able to install slide out shelves Denver retailers sell;
  • Shelves on doors – closet doors and room doors can all be fitted with shelves and racks for storing small items that are frequently used;
  • Shelves above the doors – if you have a door in a corner, you can easily create a triangle-shaped shelf that rests on the door frame and is attached to the walls that form the corner. The shelf can be used for décor components as well as for items that you need in the room, but are not used day by day.

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Friday, 18 January 2019

Tips for Keeping Your Kitchen Organized

Organized KitchenKitchens have a way of getting messy like no other room in the house, but with these tips, you will be able to organize yours ad to keep it organized as well:

  • Sort through your items and get rid of whatever you don’t need – you might have too many vegetable peelers or spatulas, too many cups and glasses, too many kitchen towels. Check multiple items and get rid of anything that is not perfectly functional, then make sure you keep only the items that you need and use in the kitchen;
  • Create zones – choose the area where plates can be most comfortably kept, then do the same for cups, pots, pans, irregularly shaped utensils, serving items, and so on;
  • Use storage boxes and space dividers – boxes and baskets are great for storing small items that otherwise would tend to disappear and space dividers are also essential for a well-organized kitchen, or find a more durable solution by visiting Roll 'Em Out Shelves;
  • Hang things on the wall – magnetic knife holders, hooks on the walls for kitchen towels and oven mitts are all great for relieving the burden on your cabinets, to enhance your kitchen’s functionality and to make the kitchen look cozier and to be the space that you really love.

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Friday, 11 January 2019

Resolve to Organize Your Cabinets This New Year

Win Win Resolve

Closing cabinet doors is a great method to conceal mess, but it works only as long as you don’t want to find something in the messy closet. As we are approaching the end of the year, many of us are already thinking about the New Year resolutions we are going to make about maintaining our home neat and orderly – if organizing your cabinets is among your resolutions, here are a few tips how to do it:

  • Remove the contents of your cabinet, have a look at each item and decide whether you need it or not – we tend to cram unused, unnecessary, broken items into our cabinets, that’s why you need to be very hard on yourself and get rid of any item that is not perfectly functional;
  • Clean the cabinet – use a soft cloth and some suitable detergent to remove every spot of dirt and grime from inside the cabinet and sliding drawers and from the exterior surface of the cabinet door;
  • Use organizers – boxes, space dividers and other organizers are great for maintaining your cabinets organized and they also make cleaning much easier next time. If the cabinet is large enough, you can also figure out how to add more storage with racks mounted on the doors.

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Friday, 4 January 2019

Cabinet Trends for 2019

2019 Trends

Your cabinets, whether in the kitchen or in the bathroom, are furnishing items that play not only the functional role of providing storage space, but also an important aesthetic role. If you want to make sure your home is stylish, here are some cabinet design trends expected for 2019:

  • Traditional designs are making a comeback – natural wood textures, stone-like textures and the associated toned-down colors, such as beiges, browns and greys will all be very trendy;
  • Cabinets that cover entire walls – small cabinets mounted underneath and above countertops and above or under sinks are replaced by much taller cabinets that cover entire walls to use every inch of wall for storing kitchen gear out of sight, installing shelves that slide Denver businesses sell;
  • Beadboard cabinets – beadboard is an affordable, durable and versatile material that comes in many different varieties and is becoming a common material for cabinet doors;
  • Smart cabinets – the trend to live in smaller homes has created the demand for smart storage solutions that do not take up precious space in the home. Smart hardware is very trendy for cabinets as well and is used to transform tight places into storage space as well as to diversify the storage opportunities available in already existing storage spaces.

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Friday, 28 December 2018

How to Make the Most of Cabinet Shelves for a Child’s Playroom

Organized Child's Playroom

Children’s playrooms get messy easily – after all, it is the space where kids can spread all their toys on the floor, where they can have a great time playing pillow fight or where they can assemble whatever structure they want using their toys. Being such heavy-duty areas, children’s rooms are notoriously difficult to keep organized, but with clever shelves, or installing kitchen cabinet drawers unit to organize, nothing is impossible – here are a few tips how to use cabinet shelves to prevent chaos:

  • Use roll out shelves – mobile shelves that can be rolled out offer much more storage space and are easier to use even for the little ones;
  • Add containers and shelf dividers – the items stored on the shelves inside the cabinets can be organized even more efficiently with the help of boxes, pouches or other containers for the smaller items and space dividers for the categories of toys;
  • Make it sturdy – all the storage units used in the children’s playroom need to be very solid to prevent accidents. Solid wood furniture works best for playrooms because they are strong enough not only to hold up the weight of toys inside, but also to resist impact and attempts to climb on. Make sure that the shelves inside are just as strong, especially if your children are energetic and creative.

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Friday, 21 December 2018

Great Places to Store Holiday Decorations

Christmas Decoration Storage Tips

The decorations for your home exterior, for the table, for the tree or for the walls and doors are essential components of the holidays, but storing them can be difficult, especially if you have lots of them and your collection includes irregularly shaped, large and fragile items. Here are few tips for keeping your decorations intact and safely out of the way while they are not in use:

  • Garlands – these items have a way of getting entangled, but you can make sure they protect them and store them safely coiled in a clear plastic tube;
  • Fragile round ornaments – boxes with compartments are the best containers for orbs of the same shape. You can buy boxes with dividers or you can make your own, fitting pieces of cardboard into a shoe box.  For fragile items it's nice to have storage units with big pull out drawers to keep items safe;
  • Wreaths – you can store these items one on top of the other in large boxes or you can hang them on clothes hangers and hang them on the back of the closet wrapped in a plastic bag to keep dust away until you use your wreaths again next year;
  • Tree lights – take them off your tree gently, then wrap the string around your arm to prevent tangling and place them in plastic tubes the same way that you store your garlands.

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Friday, 14 December 2018

Tips for De-Cluttering Your Home Office

Tips To Organize Your Office

Working from a home office is a great thing, but while offices used by multiple people at a time tend to be more organized because in every office there is at least person who is very organized and demands the same from the others, too, in a home office there is just you, no one else to tell you when the clutters is out of control. Any cluttered space is counterproductive, but if that cluttered space is the room that you use to run your business from, clutter can make your work more difficult and it can easily cause serious financial loss, so keeping your home office neat is essential for your success. Here are a few tips for de-cluttering your office quickly and efficiently:

  • Start by removing waste – get a large box and remove all garbage, such as pieces of paper that you scribbled on, old pens, paper clips and other small items. Start with your desktop and move systematically across the room, checking every piece of paper to make sure you are not throwing away important information, such as phone numbers;
  • Get office supplies – file folders and file organizers are essential for a clutter-free office, so get some and use them for storing your important documents. Make sure you label your racks and organizers to make finding your documents easier, also look at pull out shelves Denver stores sell for convenience;
  • Don’t cut corners – go through every item that you find in your office and find a place for each item that you don’t throw away, but don’t just throw irregularly shaped things and cables into a drawer – a messy drawer is usually the seed from which mess and clutter springs up again.

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