Well-organized closets, storage areas, and office spaces can help you save time, open up your living quarters, and restore beauty and order to your home. Follow our easy ideas for storing anything and everything in your home.
The garage and shed are seldom given as much organizational thought as their indoor counterparts. They are also prime spaces to dump items for future sorting. Here's how to keep these areas helpful and streamlined through the seasons.
The tasks of sorting, soaking, washing, drying, folding, and ironing can be performed just about anywhere in the house -- in a spacious laundry room or a hallway laundry nook -- as long as all of the things you need can be easily stashed away, ready for use at any time.
Basements need not be scary places where boxes are stacked high and everything from warranties to holiday ornaments are impossible to find. Give your basement and storage spaces some much needed order with these tips.
Residues from fabric softeners, as well as the fragrances commonly used in them, can aggravate allergies and sensitivities, and can also be hazardous in some dryers, leaving a buildup on lint screens, which can block airflow, or on moisture sensors.