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Iris
Boy's Room
Ideabooks928
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making it accessible for kids to want to organize too! Clear toy drawers are easy for little hands, as are lined baskets and open shelving. For larger items, utilize toy boxes, and also purge toys regularly as kids grow so you don't have more to organize than necessary. Look at this idea book for other
and height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying their placement throughout the shelves.
intersperse short light items with taller heavier items
Intersperse short items with tall items. Even if your objects don’t necessarily carry a theme amongst themselves, you can still create a thoughtful, balanced presentation by concentrating on the size and height of items. Complement shorter, lighter items with taller, heavier items and vice-versa, varying
“Bookshelf with trucks” — vhartmere
Barley & Pfeiffer Architects
7 Reviews
Urban Art Residence
Ideabooks14,899
Questions4
addition. However, there is a local Austin retail resource, Treehouse "a smart home improvement store", that stocks sustainable, eco-friendly household items. There are also several online retailers that offer the metal wire baskets, such as Container Store or Walmart.com.
Keep go-to items at eye level. Judging by where these cereal boxes are kept, I’d guess that a couple of self-directed kids hit this pantry for breakfast every morning. I’m taking a cue from this smart parent and organizing my pantry based on how often my family uses individual items. I’ll reserve
through it. Toss out expired food. Set aside items that are still good but that you know you will not use. Transfer bulk items into airtight containers to keep them fresh and keep pests out. Sort what you are keeping into categories based on when you use the items — for instance, all breakfast foods could
“pantry” — palex123
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks2,176
Questions4
used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.
used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious
used kitchen tools and so on. Be ruthless about purging clutter. And it wouldn’t hurt to choose clear glass and acrylic for the items you keep on display — transparent items make a room feel more spacious.More: How Much Stuff Is Enough?10 Tiny Kitchens Whose Usefulness You Won’t BelieveTell us: Do you
“matching colour” — Sherif Mouris
Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
Ideabooks23,346
Questions8
shelving for pantry items stored in mason jars
makes it easy to hand wash an item, dry it and put it right back on the shelf. Put only dishes up here that you use often enough that they won't have the chance to get dusty.
DO: Stage your scene.All pictures benefit from a little staging. There is no need to add new items, just focus on removing things
choosing some beautiful items for a thoughtful display.
Open walnut wood shelves and skirting boards warm up the space. A white kitchen can be so clinical, but open shelving allows you to bring some personality to the space. The shelves are filled with a mix of older items, gifts and products from
A white kitchen can be so clinical, but open shelving allows you to bring some personality to the space. The shelves are filled with a mix of older items, gifts and products from a local restaurant supply store.
“Kitchen decor” — cinemoi
Kerrie L. Kelly
46 Reviews
Signature Properties Model Home II
Ideabooks6,510
Questions2
symmetrical or matchy-matchy. Arrange the items in a pyramid, from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set it atop a decorative box or books.
the tallest object in the back. If an item is too small, group it with other similar items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set in on top of a decorative box or books.
small jar bth salts, tall jar with hotel items
Arrange items in a pyramid with the tallest object in back. If item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowel. It it's too low, set it on a decorative box or books.
from highest to lowest, with the tallest object in back. If an item is small, group it with other small items on a tray or in a bowl. If it's too low, set it atop a decorative box or books.
“Console table decor” — celie11
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks21,119
Questions10
shelf of stuff you need at the sink, like soap, and a pretty basket to corral everyday items. You may also want to invest in a mirrored medicine cabinet to store your toothpaste and toothbrush, hairbrush and other items. I like to use small baskets to round up cleaning supplies, washcloths, lotions and
shelf of stuff you need at the sink, like soap, and a pretty basket to corral everyday items. You may also want to invest in a mirrored medicine cabinet to store your toothpaste and toothbrush, hairbrush and other items. I like to use small baskets to group together cleaning supplies, washcloths, lotions
A wonderful way to add personality to your bathroom is to a bring in a beautifully framed mirror to hang above the sink. No need to match the other items in the room, but do make sure the scale is right — typically, it shouldn't extend beyond the width of the vanity.
“country feel, simplicity” — klwkerplunk
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
a renovated country house
Ideabooks400
Questions2
to hold those extra items that otherwise would end up on the floor — for instance, that favorite pair of jeans you always wear more than once before washing. You can also use the top rung to display your outfit for the next day.
ladder to hold items to be re-worn (like
Ladder or towel racks to drap commonly worn items
use the ladder to hold items that would otherwise end up on the floor or to display tomorrow's outfit
Fashionistas Extras. Prop a ladder (a nice-looking one, not the hardware store variety) against the wall in your bedroom or closet to hold those extra items that otherwise would end up on the floor — for instance, that favorite pair of jeans you always wear more than once before washing. You can also use
“Ladder” — murieldowle
Joe Olson
My Work
Ideabooks1,824
Questions4
try installing a few open shelves. They're a more efficient way to store items, because you (and your guests) can see where everything is, and you don't have to open and close cabinet doors to access things. Limit the stored items to those you use often so they are less likely to collect dust.
try installing a few open shelves. They're a more efficient way to store items, because you (and your guests) can see where everything is, and you don't have to open and close cabinet doors to access things. Limit the stored items to those you use often so they are less likely to collect dust. I like
try installing a few open shelves. They're a more efficient way to store items, because you (and your guests) can see where everything is, and you don't have to open and close cabinet doors to access things. Limit the stored items to those you use often so they are less likely to collect dust.
“nice” — tlowe
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