PINK ORGANIZING PRODUCTS FOR VALENTINE’S DAY

In honor of Valentine’s Day (and my favorite color), I decided to get in the spirit and do a quick roundup of some of our favorite products to use for organizing projects, all in some shade of pink. Most of them are kid-related, but I threw in some grown-up options too for the romantic at heart.   Plastic boxes and baskets 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. Pink shopping tote 2. Iris storage boxes 3.…

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FAVORITES: KIDS DESK LAMPS

Now that we’re a month or so into the school year and your kids (hopefully) have a clear and organized surface to do homework, it’s a good time to make sure that they have adequate task lighting too. The more easily you can read something, the easier it is to learn. And having cute lighting that enhances their bedroom decor or might even look good in your living room just makes everything better. Whether it’s…

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FAVORITES: WHITE AND WOOD ORGANIZING PRODUCTS

My favorite season is here, and as I go about editing and re-organizing my house for spring, I keep getting drawn to these sleek white designs with light wood accents. There’s something about this color/texture combo that is so fresh and springlike. For those of you in the midst of spring cleaning, new bins or canisters can be just the motivation you need to keep going.  Add in some of these items to contain, organize…

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FAVORITES: FAUX FLORALS

I have a confession to make: I love faux florals and end up adding them to almost every project I work on. Whether you’re a germaphobe (I personally refuse to have real flowers or plants anywhere near my kitchen!), you have a black thumb, or you just don’t want to bear the expense of buying fresh flowers for your dining table every week, they can be a great way to add some color (or greenery)…

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FAVORITES: SILVER DINING ROOM CHANDELIERS

There’s no better way to update a dining room than a great chandelier. It can either be the finishing touch on a room reno, or a simple way to update a space without doing much else to it. A client recently asked us to help her pick out a chandelier for her dining room. She wanted a silver or chrome fixture that would fit in with her existing hardware and traditional style. We talked her…

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