Entries in Home Organization (7)
There’s a scientific term we use in decorating called CHAOS – the letters stand for Can’t Have Anyone Over Syndrome.
You all know what I’m talking about – we’ve all been there, or maybe still are. A couple of years ago at New Year’s I decided to have party and practically redecorated and reorganized the entire house to have less than 20 guests over. Parties, Graduations, and Holidays create shame and terror for some of the most humble people.
They say that the things you own can end up owning you, and this also applies in terms of the clutter that can, so quickly, accumulate in our homes.
Home Organization Solutions
Chalkboards and Pin Boards
About this time every year, in households everywhere, it’s time to ask if all those New Year’s resolutions about getting organized have resulted in any visible results. You know where you stand, but just in case you need some help, Restoration Hardware just might have you covered. Their chalkboards and pin boards are the perfect solutions for organizing family communication.
LEMA is an Italian manufacturing company producing home furnishing systems that make storage available and space comfortable.
AN ITALIAN JOB - LEMA Home Storage Solutions
Founded in the 1970s, LEMA started with a more industrial and commercial focus, producing storage systems for offices, hotels and retail units. Today they have branched into residential space and we are lucky to have them. Their walk-in closet systems are phenomenal. The exquisite nature of LEMA is expressed through the company’s ability to make your closet feel spacious as opposed to cluttered.
Look to magazines or design books on home decorating to see how the pros do it.
You’ve created the perfect seating arrangement, selected exquisite fabrics, and painted the walls an inviting color…still, something doesn’t seem right. The finishing touches are what make a great room exceptional, and personalizes the space.
When accessorizing a room there are some important considerations to take into account. The height of the ceilings, size the room, and scale of the furnishings will dictate the proportion of items. Creating harmony between all the pieces in the room is key, without crossing the line of being overdone. Start by considering the number of surfaces in the room – coffee tables, shelving, and end tables. Think about how you use the room and whether you would have to move something out of the way often in order to use the surface.
At the Other Door: Entryway Furniture for the Back Door
Handcrafted in plantation-grown acacia wood and distressed by hand, the Kavari Entryway Cabinet and Bench have an antique feel that creates a traditional warm welcome into your home. Designed with open shelving for shoes and bags or closed-door storage to hide clutter, this foyer makes a neat first impression the moment you open the door.
Sure the front entryway or foyer is always the star, grabbing all of the attention and more of the interior design budget. After all, that’s the first space guests see when they arrive and it sets the tone for your entire house