If you’re looking for an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to dry your clothes after washing them, consider air-drying. Although it’s not a common practice in the U.S., air-drying your clothes by hanging them on a clothesline or drying rack is a great way to reduce energy bills and your carbon footprint while washing your clothes. Continue reading
A closet ladder is a great addition to any closet where items are stored high on shelves. Rather than trying to jump and grab something from the top shelf (and risk having things fall on your head) or dragging a side table or stool from another area of the house to your closet, create your very own closet ladder.
Console tables (a.k.a. as sofa tables) are staples in most homes. They’re the go-to piece when you need to fill that spot in the entryway, the empty wall in the living room, or maybe a wall at the end of a wide hallway—and obviously, when you need a piece of furniture behind your couch. Sofa tables are the perfect place to add a lamp and accessories to inject character in a space, but many people don’t think to use them for additional storage. Continue reading
Everything but the kitchen sink. That’s what you have organized in your home, right? That useful-yet-awkward cabinet under the sink all too easily becomes the hideaway for dishtowels, sponges, detergent, and infinite bottles of cleaning supplies. It can be a finicky spot to get control of, but you’ll have it spic and span in no time with some of these inexpensive organization tips. Continue reading
Flowers are given for many different occasions, but they usually only stay beautiful for a couple of days. If you’re one of the many people who received a bouquet of flowers this Valentine’s Day, don’t toss them when they wilt. Instead, preserve them! Continue reading