вторник, 22 марта 2016 г.

PORTABLE TOOL CADDY

PORTABLE TOOL CADDY


PORTABLE TOOL CADDY


I just retired from my job of 35 years, and my goal is to get organized. I have used so many of your ideas, and have commented many times. I am also a former JFK graduate and I tell all of my friends to follow you. They also enjoy your blog!


This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen


Great list! There are quite a few ideas I want to try.


Oh, I definitely need some of these in my life! Our garage is one big space that needs cleaning out and organizing this year! Thanks for the great round-up of ideas, and for linking up with Merry Monday this week!


What a spectacular list of organization ideas!!! I really love the mobile sports cart and the nursery library! I will be referencing in the future, keeping a small house organized with 8 people is a never ending battle!! Thanks for sharing, have a wonderful week!


I love organization! Stopping by from the Luscious and Light party. Great tips here! Pinning! Oh and I am your newest Pinterest follower too! :)


Wow what a useful post! Thank you for including so many great tips and links, I’m feeling very inspired!


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I am thinking the same thing… for a year now! I had a very busy year and I didn’t really have the time to do all the changes at home that I was planning to do! I really wish that I have a well organized home and for this I need to think of better and more storage ideas! Since my family have grown, the stuff we have did grow, too. These storage ideas are so lovely! I really think to try and use some of them at home! Thank you for sharing them!


I love the collection of storage and organization ideas you’ve collected here. My garage needs a makeover, dump things that are no longer needed and reorganize whats left. My biggest problem is my quilt studio, my fabric collection has outgrown it’s storage space and it feels so daunting, I want to get in there and reorganize but I hate the mess it creates in getting things organized. It’s the smallest bedroom in our home and things get cluttered in there very quickly. I guess it’s time to tackle it and then close the door on it if I don’t finish by dinner time. Great post.


Good luck with the organization! I know it can be daunting but once you start and see some progress it will be easier!


Incredibly helpful ideas. I will definitely make use of them and I’m sure a lot of people love your post as much as I do. Thanks for sharing!


Great ideas


I’m going to be the lone voice of dissent here, I think, but Americans (middle class & up) as a whole have WAY too much “stuff”. A few trips to Europe were quite the eye-openers as to how many people in smaller countries live – and all the things they have fewer of, or live without, or just do differently. Then I had personal experiences that were even more life-altering. After working for years making a VERY comfortable living, I became very ill – twice in the span of three years, with different conditions – and lost virtually everything. And I didn’t lose it just once. Less than a year after starting to get back on my feet, my housemate changed the locks on our doors when I was in hospital and stole virtually everything I’d saved or begun replacing.


I now live in about 370 sq ft., and I often think I have way too much stuff now – even though it’s probably 10 percent of what I’ve lived with most of my life. I can’t begrudge others their “things”; but I also can no longer relate to having a whole closet of cleaning products. And I don’t mean to criticize. I just offer these comments for what they’re worth, for those wondering if they can live well with less. You can.


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I’m in the process of cleaning out my basement. Definitely not blogworthy-type material, basically just shoving a bunch of holiday decorations and miscellaneous home décor items into large plastic storage bins and making a pile of items to donate that we no longer need. Now down the road (ya know, when I find some extra time on my hands) I might want to try one of these cool storage organization ideas…


Seriously so much inspiration here.


LET’S GET TO IT…


CLEANING CLOSET from The 36th Avenue


DIY PLASTIC BIN STORAGE from DIY Design Fanatic


GARAGE PEGBOARD ORGANIZATION from The Creativity Exchange


LABELED PLASTIC BINS from A Bowl Full of Lemons


PORTABLE TOOL CADDY from Mom 4 Real


TOY ORGANIZATION from Pigskins and Pigtails


BEHIND THE DOOR ORGANIZATION from The Chronicles of Home


JUNK DRAWER ORGANIZATION from How to Nest for Less


PANTRY MAKEOVER from Kevin & Amanda


GARAGE ORGANIZATION from Jenna Burger


ORGANIZED PANTRY from Classy Clutter


DIY OPEN SHELVING from The Wood Grain Cottage


DOLLAR STORE BATHROOM ORGANIZATION from The Summery Umbralla


LAUNDRY ROOM MAKEOVER by How to Nest for Less


DIY BILLY BOOKCASES from Just a Girl


DIY HOMEWORK OR CRAFT DESK from How to Nest for Less


NURSERY LIBRARY WALL from Project Nursery


DIY SPORTS GEAR ROLLING CART from Shanty 2 Chic


ORGANIZED TOYS BAGS from Play Chic Interiors


ORGANIZED LINEN CLOSET from Simplicity in the South


OK, SO WHICH ONE ARE YOU GOING TO TRY FIRST?


I really need to build one of those plastic bin holders,


and love the idea of labeling them!


And don’t get me started on that amazing garage :)


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