With the new year, I start to go in full on organizing mode. (Too bad it doesn’t last more than a couple of weeks, but I do have my new calendar printed and ready.) I don’t think I’m the only one craving order this time of year looking for DIY unique ways to tame the after holiday chaos. My featured blogger, I Heart Organizing will tell you how to organize your home. Every room, every thing. She’s got ideas and tips I’ve never even thought of. She keeps it fun by making it stylish. Before you know it, you’ll have your closets and cupboards rearranged and looking pretty!
Organize Your Entry Way-
Keeping your entry way orderly can be challenging. Especially if it’s the main way your family enters and exits the home. Since this is also how guest enter your home, you want it too look tidy and beautiful. I love how she created a functional and stylish entry way that works for everyone. Loving this Shoe Cabinet Organizer (similar one linked)
I’m dying over her laundry room. Love the color, the space and especially that rug! Fun Flooring
make it much easier to do laundry…… don’t you think? Look at those cubbies! Laundry rooms are always better when we can also use them for storage of household products.
These may look like recycled CDs, but they’re not. She shows a full tutorial on how she made these fun closet markers. What a great way to keep your child organized for the week. By thinking ahead, they have their whole wardrobe picked out…….no more before school clothing battles.
Organize your Office
Keeping our office space functional and organized is SO HARD! Like all those extra cords!!! We all have them and they’re usually all in one big wad. I’m happy to say that mine are pretty well organized, but not a pretty as her system. I love her use of labels and pretty paper. I may have to rethink my system.
Organizing your Jewelry
This DIY way to display your earrings is beautiful! You’ll never guess what she used to make this jewelry organizer. Good thing she’s got a full tutorial.
I know that most of us are knee deep in putting away the holiday decorations. She’s got some great tips on making this job a little easier. And you’ll be SO happy next year when you pull them out and see all your tidy work!