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34 Ingenious Ways To De-Clutter Your Entire Life

34 Ingenious Ways To De-Clutter Your Entire Life
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Organizing Made Fun 52 Ways to Improve Your Homes Curb Appeal Don’t miss out! Follow on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. ---------- Sponsored Links ---------- Whether you’re looking to place your home on the market or not, it’s always good to be thinking about curb appeal. These are all my favorite ideas I have compiled from all over the web. I really hope you enjoy the list! #1 Manicured Lawn #2 Cute Patio Furniture #3 Pruned Landscape #4 Replace Damaged Shingles #5 Clean Your Roof #6 Get rid of dead and dying plants #7 Replace Door Threshold #8 Build a Berm #9 Paint your front stoop #10 Window Treatments that Compliment the Exterior of the House #11 Add Light to your Walkways #12 Edge Your Driveway #13 Add Molding to Your Front Door #14 Add Windows to your Garage #15 Dress up your Dormer #16 Upgrade your Porch or Deck Railing #17 Replace or Repair you Gutters #18 Tile your Front Porch #19 Pull Weeds #20 Add a Door Knocker #21 Plant a Tree or Two #22 Clean your Windows #23 Power wash the Exterior of your Home #24 Paint your Trim

hanging baskets Home Design: 20 Creative Ways To Maximize Limited Living Space We’d all like to have a place to call our own, a spot in the world where we can say, "I am king of this spot". But space – or the lack of it – is fast becoming an issue, particularly in major cities. If you don’t intend to have the traditional home design, the kind you fill up with creative or futuristic furniture, and fantasy-themed bedrooms, then perhaps these unconventional home designs may give you new ideas. Ingenius architects and pretty talented interior designers have turned spaces, apartments & lofts as small as 240 square feet into compact yet cozy homes. Recommended Reading: 25 Creative Bookshelf Designs You Have Got To See Living Cube. 29 Square Meters Project. Suspended Bedroom. Wooden Box Home. Bed Under Stairs. Tim Seggerman Loft. Small Box House. Warehouse Loft. San Diego Cadres. Slope House. Maxim Zhukov Loft. The Cube Project. Protohaus. Puzzle Loft. Zimmerman Garden Pavillion. Videos For your Inspiration Some creations are better depicted through video.

Creative Storage Solutions - Megan Brooke Handmade I live in a teeny tiny apartment. It has plenty of space for little ole me, but when it comes to storage, it’s a little sparce. I’ve mentioned before that I might be a borderline hoarder. I have a ton of stuff, I’ll be the first to admit. I do have a decent amount of kitchen cabinet space, but I also had a lot of kitchen items. Instead of using a normal table as my coffee table in my living space, I had this chest I got from Target a few years ago that I decided to use. And here’s why. Inside of it there is a ton of storage space. For those of you, like me, who live in small spaces, creative storage is essential. Obviously if you were renting you couldn’t build this out. {Source} This is a clever way to create some storage on your shelves while also making them look pretty. {Source} Skirted tables are another great storage solution. Here’s another great storage option that also makes your shelves look pretty. {Design Sponge} And why not take advantage of that space underneath your bed. P.S.

Physostegia virginiana Description[edit] It is a rhizomatous perennial herb producing clumps of stiff, squared stems 2 to 4 feet tall. The leaves are lance-shaped and toothed. It has long, dense spikes of lipped, pinkish, "snapdragon-like" flowers in the summer.[2] There are two recognized subspecies. Cultivation[edit] It is considered a good plant for adding late-season flowers to a garden. Cultivars[edit] Several cultivars have been bred for color variety.[5] Some (agm) have earned the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit. Cultivars include. 'Alba' - white flowers.' References[edit] External links[edit]

Simply Albany: DIY Tinted Glass Jar + Mod Podge Image Transfer I started by making sure my jar was completely clean and dry. Using a ramekin, I mixed one drop of blue food coloring with approximately 1 tablespoon of mod podge and a tiny amount of water. (You don't need the paint brush to mix - you can use whatever you want.) Once mixed, I dumped the ramekin contents into the empty jar and rotated the jar so the inside was completely coated with colored mod podge. I placed the wet jar upside down on wax paper to let it drip dry for approximately 30 minutes. Next, I placed the upside down mason jar on a fresh sheet of wax paper in the oven, which was preheated to "warm." I left the jar in the oven until all the mod podge was dry and the jar was clear. Here's my blue-tinted jar! Now for the fun part... I wanted my jar to have an image on it, so I used the mod podge transfer technique. I used this image from the Graphics Fairy. Next, I cut my image out very close to the edge so there would be little "white space."

40 Brilliant DIY Organization Hacks How’s that spring cleaning going? Avoiding it in favor of two back-to-back brunches? Sounds familiar. But here’s the thing, you might already have the things you need to start getting organized. Here are 40 brilliant ways to repurpose, sort, store, and tidy, all in the name of organization. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. What’s the most clever organization hack you’ve ever seen? Lauren Weems is a stylist and floral designer for wedding, commercial, and editorial photo shoots. The Less Mess Project: Pantry Reveal! Well, I’ve spent the last week painting, stenciling, and organizing my pantry and I have to admit…it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. Not because it was particularly fun to do, but because the results make life so much easier. Seriously, if I had known how much less stressed having an organized pantry would make me feel I would have done it years ago. So, here it is…my organized masterpiece. As a reminder as to how horribly disorganized I am, the before shot… Now it makes me smile just to look in there. So much better, right? So as a quick recap of the last post… The hardest part of this makeover was taking the rack off the back of the door and finding a place for all that stuff. Let’s take a closer look shall we? Below that we have more baking supplies in Tupperware canisters (that I’ve had forever). The clear canisters are OXO POP Canisters. They’re not the cheapest thing ever, but they’re the nicest canisters I found by far. Next shelf down we have rice, beans, etc and cereals.