Okay, it’s going to be snowing here in the Northeast this weekend . . .
What a great way to spend a snowy day than to think about redesigning that bedroom down the hall that was once your son’s bedroom… he’s now living in his own home. You have been daydreaming about having a space where you can do some sewing, crafts or, just read a book or journal.
During the weekend, go through your home design magazines – as you go through them once you’re done toss them out. Take all your clippings and put into a folder – during the next few weeks of winter use the clippings as inspiration to draw up a redesign plan for that bedroom.
If you need assistance to help you put it all together, call us we’re here to help make 𝒚𝒐𝒖𝒓 𝒔𝒑𝒂𝒄𝒆 𝒎𝒂𝒕𝒕𝒆𝒓.
An organized home doesn’t have to mean white plastic boxes with generic printed labels. Nor does it mean getting rid of ALL YOUR STUFF!
But, unlike other organizing businesses that just focus on declutter. I aim to help my clients find order while interlacing some major style, at times I have had Redesign 101 lessons from my clients . . . I love that kind of connection of learning from each other.
There is a plethora of sharing at CCHC of useful tips and insider shopping resources to streamline your home-style with objects that serve function so you aren’t spending, oh let’s say, 20 minutes every effing morning looking for your keys or glasses! Instead, you’re admiring the objects you do own and using them in a purposeful way.
What I’m trying to say is make room in your life for what you love, and have space to take it in and enjoy it. I’ll give you an example, I love using trays (everywhere) trays give order, they collect small items and give them a home, a grounding place. The dish scrub, dish brush, and dish soap, along with a small vase of fresh flowers — placed on a tray, you suddenly have a small still-life. I always find a home for my trays while using them as a artistic focus of a space at times.
There are so many organizing products available everywhere. It can be confusing and overwhelming. It’s about size, proportion, color, or should I go clear and so many more choices. In addition you probably have a lot of organizing products at your home that you can reuse like baskets, bins or totes (Please none from the 1980s). I put together a slide show of attractive, functional organizing products to share from two popular and favorite companies.