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Supershoppertoo / Aja's Crafty Home
this is organized pretty well in a small space... hmmm
organizing ideas, where to put what
paper and ribbon storage
Color, small storage
craft, wrapping organization
This is organized just right!
Container storage shelves
craft closet - storage
Storage ideas...craft organization
Ropes, swing, storage
Storage. Swings. Monkey swings Rope ladder
toy storage...colors, storage
McKinney, TX: Megan Charters
idea for storage in kids room
Storage unit is great
storage organization furniture
White Damask Kohler Tailored Vanity with chrome Kelston faucet. Nothing adds elegance to a bathroom like a...
Blending styles to create one cohesive look can be easier said than done. Combining rustic and modern décor gives this...
The Cavender Diary
Garage Update on Cavender
Cubboard for random things, so organized
Good way for D to organize some of her stuff
Great Storage with a neat look
Cabinet with on-door storage doubles storage and can be closed
like the color and organization of these wall cabinets
These two medicine cabinets hold little things like nails and screws, organized in lidded and labeled jars. The old-school label maker is an favorite organizational tool in this household.
Garages and basements. These are storage areas for lots of things, including things that can be a problem if
In garages and basementsThere are storage ideas for lots of things, including things that can be a problem if your pets get into them. The simple solution is to keep items such as pesticides
Was the storage unit made or bought? If bought, from where?
Bathroom storage: tall bookshelf with contact paper
i love the storage idea for the master bedroom
organization is key when planning for a tiny house
lots of organization in a very small cabinet
If your bathroom lacks storage space, consider adding a freestanding open-shelf cabinet, like the one shown here. Keep items like toilet paper and extra washcloths on the lower shelves and things you'd like to keep out of reach of tiny hands way up high.
A few baskets or boxes for organizing the items you'll be keeping• Cleaning wipes• Drawer organizers (optional)• Contact paper (optional)Tip: Take a before shot of the messiest drawer or cabinet so that you can feel extra satisfied when this is all over.
Kids Art Studio
handle). "Most of the storage pieces were from IKEA
purchased at Ikea and the storage cabinets from Lowe's."
i'm really digging the way the items are organized
Pegboard Storage & Organization
craft area storage idea
Play room organization
Art supply storage!!
Storage for playroom
Desk organizer...Desk organization...Organization ideas...Cool storage that's...Organized work area...Organizing idea
Somers & Company Interiors, Gillian Somers
Love the pink upright photo storage (4th shelf) where can i get them?
manageable, you’ll be ready for step two: choosing a storage system that lets you enjoy your photos and the lifetime of memories they hold.
and chip away at the extras. Once your pile is manageable, you’ll be ready for step two: choosing a storage system that lets you enjoy your photos and the lifetime of memories they hold. More:Get Organized: Are You a Piler or a Filer?Take a Picture: Decorating With PhotographsPicture This: Your Digital
Kids Art Studio
Love the organization of this work space.
art projects organized by designating an area or desk. The turquoise peg board adds a pop of color and allows for supplies to be hung neatly. (Click on photo to see product tags.)
Equip the space with the appropriate supplies. This will keep your kids from wandering to your storage closet to “look
hung over a desk like this, are a versatile and child-friendly solution to storage and display needs, and the color choices are awesome.
Paint a pegboardInstil order — and colour — by stealth with a fun yet functional storage solution. The beautiful shade of blue on this pegboard detracts from the
Reduce waste: Kid's play areas and desks are a primary spot for wasting supplies. Try organizing crafts, writing utensils, and small school supplies in easy to find containers. The easier it is to put things back, the less likely the kids will lose them. That saves money and needless new supplies.