Tackle storage solutions, do deep cleaning and create routines to make every room in your house clutter-free.
Redecorate without spending a cent by casting a creative eye on the showroom called home
Wait, stop. Do you really need to keep that item you’re about to put into storage?
Places to hang clothes and multipurpose spaces are at the top of Houzzers’ wish lists for their laundry rooms, it seems. In the 10 most popular laundry room photos uploaded to Houzz in 2016, half contain a space visibly dedicated to hanging clothes, and four rooms serve a dual purpose. Take a look to see if your favorite laundry room photos made the list.
From a calmer mind to a more workable closet, the benefits of streamlining are just a few trash bags away
Here’s what our research team found out about how much people are spending on kitchen renovations — and on what
Reviewing what you grew last year now will pay off when it’s time to head outside.
All-white kitchens aren’t going anywhere — see: Everybody’s “For the Home” Pinterest boards and oh, everything Joanna Gaines fixes up — but there’s a key to keeping the room from looking doctor’s-office sterile: “Use different kinds of textures,” Ford says. “Whether it’s subway tile or a wood grain, linen or cotton, different kinds of textures add warmth and make the room feel cozy.”
Check off these five to-dos around the house to ensure the loved ones living under your roof are safe, happy and healthy in the year to come.
Put everything that comes into your house away immediately. (And, yes, the recycling bin is a viable option for that junk mail.) Keep your on-the-go items—coat, bag, keys, et cetera—in one place. And if you have a second story, always take something that needs to go up every time you walk upstairs.