We can all agree that the dining room seems to have been made for a pretty singular purpose— to dine—can’t we? And yet it feels like if you’re not careful, you can start to see the mess from other rooms begin to accumulate in the dining room instead. Junk mail, coats, backpacks, even unfolded […]

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  The kitchen is an area that always seems to be in need of just a little more room. With some more space you could easily put away those pots, pans, and bottles of cooking wine, but no matter how hard you try you never seem to have that extra inch of elbow room, do […]

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  Have you ever looked around a room in your home and you felt like you just weren’t getting enough light in? Maybe there’s something blocking the windows and stopping natural light from getting where it’s needed. Maybe the old overhead light isn’t reaching everywhere and it’s starting to throw off your home selfie game. […]

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  Most of the country has to contend with damp, humid basements sometimes. We’ve all been there—stuff gets moldy, mildew covers anything left out, and it can be hard to know what should go where. There’s something of an art to basement storage. Your overall strategy will vary wildly based upon the shape and size […]

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  Small bedrooms can certainly have their benefits—cozier space, more room throughout the rest of the house or apartment, less temptation for clutter. They do come with their hangups and shortcomings, however, and one of them is the lack of space for a nightstand. We can all agree that no matter how modern the bedroom […]

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  Open-plan living spaces are an increasingly common and popular sight these days, for both rental properties and new homes alike. The charm and convenience of nearly wall-free spaces has a lot to offer for aesthetics and convenience, but it tends to leave…a lot to be desired when it comes to organization and definition. In […]

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  “It always pays to buy in bulk”, or so the saying goes. And while it’s usually cheaper in the long run to buy ten pounds of flour and two thousand rolls of paper towels all at once, what they don’t tell you is where you’re supposed to store it all! The balance between saving […]

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