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S Connors
Kids Art Studio
Ideabooks86,499
Questions19
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.
Drawing, painting and coloring — kids love art projects, and parents don't like the mess. Keep 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
It doesn't have to be fancy. A good craft room just has to be organized and offer a little surface space. A painted pegboard and some containers are a good start. See how to set up a workshop
“Desk” — polina1981
Torie Jayne
Lavender Cottage - Craft Room
Ideabooks2,988
Questions2
Craft room table with pretty organised storage on the shelves by Torie Jayne
I love the colors in this crafting like room everything in this room is organized and you are able to see everything
Pencil and paint organization
Love the organization
“Майстерня” — Захар Сакун
Cozy Little House
Cozy Sewing Space
Ideabooks10,711
Questions2
cubbies will provide several areas for storage without taking up too much space. See-through plastic bins are also a great way to keep your supplies organized, and you'll be able to quickly identify your inventory.
a small table in a guest room or home office. You don't need a ton of space — just room for the essentials. If she already has her own craft room, organize that messy space as a surprise. Must-haves: A bulletin board — complete with inspiration shots — is a fun way to personalize a craft room's style
“Handy crafts counter” — munaaldhabbah
Burnham Design
Betsy Burnham
Ideabooks11,381
Questions10
Do you have a resource for the "client/project" wooden trays?
shelves with organized boxes and art.
to keep things neat. Designer Betsy Burnham's studio stays organized via shelves full of white boxes and a series of functional trayscapes.
Start off organizing the photo format that will give you the biggest peace of
of mind. For most of us that's hard copies. Professional organizer Christie Gelsomino suggests to sort by theme (kids, pets, holidays, vacations) or by date. You can also use a combination of the two.
Not even on a good day has my desk ever looked this tidy, but a girl can dream. Trays on a desk can organize paperwork or things you want to look at while you work. Keep desk basics, like a cup of pens, a tape dispenser and a stapler, from shifting about
“Rod Height” — Katie Lance
Michelle Hinckley
Bathroom.
Ideabooks26,590
Questions5
organization is key when planning for a tiny house
Organize Your Bathroom ProductsApproximate time: One to three hours; it really depends on how big your bathroom is and how much stuff you haveMaterials needed:• Wastebasket• Recycling box• Donation box• Container for old medications• A few baskets or boxes for organizing the items you'll
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.
7. Organize the bathroom. Getting your guest bathroom ready for the holidays means more than doing
Organise your bathroom productsAPPROXIMATE TIME: one to three hours; it really depends on how big your bathroom is and how much stuff you haveMATERIALS NEEDED:• Rubbish bin• Recycling box• Donation box• Container for old medications• A few baskets or boxes for organising the items you’ll
“organization is key when planning for a tiny house” — sceneryispoetry
ClosetMaid
Tidy Tween Room
Ideabooks22,827
Questions6
Where did you get the closet organizer?
I liked how the standard closet was organized.
-Closet w/o doors? -Organization ideas?
Love the closet organization!
Closet organization...Closet organizer...The organization
“Closet” — lylu1220
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Interior Designer's Home Office
Ideabooks1,685
Questions1
Keep calm and focus. Many people are loath to part with any photographs — the good, the bad and the ugly. But there are way too many to keep organized; this is how you got
love the organization of this stuff
A Verner Panton chair and crisp white Parsons Desk are bright spots of organization in a whirlwind of magazine clippings, photos and fabric samples on Lanteri's inspiration board. "My studio is a bit of a mess, but that's honestly how I like it," she says. Next: Step inside more inspiring homes
keep organized; this is how you got into this pickle in the first place. Now don’t panic. I’m not going to tell you to toss out all of your photos. But to truly honor your memories, you’re going to have to extricate the most precious images from that stack of space wasters. And, like any organizing project
“Photo board above desk” — missbarlow123
Somers & Company Interiors, Gillian Somers
linds
Ideabooks4,422
Questions5
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 Photos Deserve Frames Too
Organizing Romey's bookshelves
pretty and organized
Love the simple organization.
Organize pink
“Bookcase” — kstewien
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