Everyone out there has the ubiquitous junk drawer, right? But even after that first drawer is chock full of scissors and batteries, have you ever wondered what to do with the rest of your drawers? Sometimes, people’s homes just have more drawers than they can actually effectively use. It might sound like a great […]

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  We know what you’re thinking – “wait, don’t all homes have an entryway?” If you’re defining an entryway as simply “the place where your front door opens up to”, then you would be right on a technicality. But an entryway in terms of interior design is a distinct area all unto itself, one that […]

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  Even in the connected world we all live in today, there’s still a lot of paperwork that comes into our homes. Physical tax documents, printed receipts, schoolwork, postcards from your mom’s trip to Costa Rica – as much as we all like to think we’ve gone totally paperless, there’s still a good amount of […]

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  Whether you’re trying to get the house presentable for the holidays, you want to get your kids into better cleaning habits, or you’re just trying to get rid of some of the extra stuff they don’t use anymore, decluttering a kid’s room can be a challenge unto itself. You might think it would be […]

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  As handy as bathroom storage can be, the lingering danger of rust and corrosion from excess moisture can ruin anyone’s day. While it seems obvious in hindsight, a lot of people don’t take into account exactly what the moisture from showers, baths, and the like can do to the fixtures in your bathroom. From […]

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  Growing up, it seemed like everyone’s parents had different ways of explaining away lost socks. My parents, for example, would concoct elaborate tales of elves that lived in the dryer that would take their favorite sock, but would often forget to take both in a pair, leaving you with one lonely, abandoned sock. Those […]

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  So you bought a house, and while you’re stocking it up full of furniture, entertainment options, and cooking supplies, there’s one area you might not want to overlook – the toolbox! Benjamin Franklin (probably) once said that the only sure things in life are death, taxes, and the fact that something in your house […]

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