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gggalvin01 wrote:Sep 16, 2012
  • gggalvin01
    sorry for the question...got too excited and asked before I looked. I see it is from IKEA
  • bhajek
    how much is the couch

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Jennifer Phelps: Organize. Design. Reinvent! added this to 4 Questions to Help You Organize Your Favorite PhotosDec 1, 2013

While I certainly prefer a single solution, you may decide that a civilized combination works best for you. But whether you organize your photos for personal enjoyment now or to pass down to others, the right system will honor your history and make viewing images a pleasure for years to come.Tell us: How do you store your photos?

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Vanessa Brunner added this to 10 Ways to Love Your Home MoreJul 5, 2013

3. Declutter and organize. Plan for the storage of things you know you'll be accumulating, such as family photographs, your kids' best artwork and financial records. Craving storage space? You may be surprised by the storage areas you can find in unexpected places around your house. Try a few of these smart organizing tips and see what happens. Guide: 10 Smart Organizing Ideas That Make Life Easier

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Samantha Schoech added this to Beautiful Clutter? These 13 Rooms Say Go for ItJan 9, 2013

You can have lots of stuff and still create a feeling of calm and space. Wrap it all in white and go for symmetry.

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Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Smart Organizing Ideas That Make Life EasierSep 4, 2012

1. Buy enough storage containers to fill your shelves or cabinet — even if you don't need them all now. Having storage boxes and bins waiting for you will help avoid future clutter pileups. This is especially useful for storage of items you know you'll be accumulating: photos, kids' artwork and financial records, for instance.If you have children, consider purchasing slim plastic containers with lids that will fit under a bed, and/or paper art portfolios. Limit yourself to filling one container per school year, but supplement with digital photos of large or 3-D artwork that would be impractical to save.

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djjjjj added this to djjjjj's ideasJan 28, 2018

1. Buy enough storage containers to fill your shelves or cabinet — even if you don't need them all now. Having storage boxes and bins waiting for you will help avoid future clutter pileups. This is especially useful for storage of items you know you'll be accumulating: photos, kids' artwork and financial records, for instance.If you have children, consider purchasing slim plastic containers with lids that will fit under a bed, and/or paper art portfolios. Limit yourself to filling one container per school year, but supplement with digital photos of large or 3-D artwork that would be impractical to save.

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