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This cabinet was custom designed by us with the homeowner who has a very busy family life and needed to keep everything organized and in one place! We are very proud of our creative designers; as well as our talented shop team for making our ideas a reality! Custom Cabinetry: Starline Cabinets
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We are remodelling our two bathrooms one has a tub in it now but I would like go replace it to a walk in shower and our other room does not have the room for one. Thank you
Love the fact that it is a designated place to organize your mail/bills, etc. And then hide it away til your ready to deal with it! No more hiding your piles of stuff when company comes!
good organization shelf & iPads etc on corner
Great Seattle Award Winning Architect
Al Terry Architecture is an award-winning full service architecture firm in Seattle providing expertise in architectural design, site design, and sustainable design for custom residential projects.
AMW Design Studio
River Drive Home
The organization crates are a neat idea!
Near built in desk to organize life
Home office organization
Like the organization.
office and organizations
Sort it outCubbies with neatly labelled pull-out baskets look so much more appealing than a dusty filing cabinet, while a smart desktop organiser makes short work of sorting incoming and outgoing post.
Nice organizer...Organise paper work...built in organizer...wall organization
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Just a Girl
Keep activities organized with a helpful dry erase board. Tip: Make your own, like blogger Just a Girl, by printing out a calendar from your computer. Insert into a ready-made picture frame and write and erase on the glass.
calendar and mags organizer
neat organization idea
Awesome school organizer!!!
Organization board...Wall organizers...Family organization...Organizing idea...Family organisation...Organize entry/exit
Organized well, good for in the game closet.
the organization shelves
Kids closet organization
Toy and game organization
displayed and organized storage
Toy Organization...Closet organization...Organized closets...Organized bins...kids toys organize...Organized Living
Collins Design-Build, Inc.
Organization makes everything accessible while keeping things neat and out of the way.
the organization on the wall is great
use of the doors for hanging small organizers
Brilliant office organization
Set up and organization
school room organization
organized craft supplies
Craft organizer...So organized....Great organization....Being Organised...ORGANIZATION! :)
Kids Art Studio
Where can I find that ribbon holder/organizer?
In craft spaces, a peg board is one of the most versatile tools for organization. This is a great surface for hanging small buckets, bins and hooks. You can even paint your peg board to add a dose of creative color to the room.
system. Borrow the pegboard idea from the garage workbench to hang organizational containers and rods. Paint it an inspiring color; this one is painted "Lakeshore" by Sherwin-Williams.
Peg board is a fantastic idea for organizing ribbons in addition to all sorts of crafting, wrapping and office supplies
fine-tune the process. And some are even happy to schedule regular "checkup" calls or visits in order to keep your home at its well-organized peak.More: Find a closet organizerNext: Clearing Clutter 101Working With a Home StagerHomeowner's Workbook: How To Remodel Your KitchenDecorate With Intention: Create
I like this pantry. It doesn't look as expensive as the build-in pantry, but it's still as beautiful, organized and well balanced.
container did nothing for improving my organization.
what went into the containers. We don’t buy our cereals or snacks in bulk, so trading a slim box for a clear container did nothing for improving my organization.Instead, I’ll take a cue from this pantry and use containers only for items that need to stay fresh and come in messy bags, like baking supplies
3. Optimize containers. When I first organized my pantry, I figured that every bulk, pourable item belonged in an airtight container. So I went to my local wholesaler and got container sets that featured boxes in various sizes. Big mistake. Because really there are only two sizes I use: large and medium