Last updated 3 months ago
If you find yourself digging through your cabinets for excessive amounts of time to find the things you need, you should consider making some changes. Fortunately, there are many things that you can do in order to make the most of your cabinet space. Here are a few smart organization ideas for your kitchen cabinets.
Individual Trash Bins
It is common for people to store their garbage cans in sliding cabinets, especially in the kitchen. However, this sometimes leads to scraps falling out of the garbage and into the compartment of the cabinet. You can address this by storing your garbage, plastic, and paper bins in cabinets with bin-sized cutouts. Simply remove each bin and empty it as appropriate, and then place it back in its designated slot. This helps to keep scraps visible so that they can be disposed of properly and efficiently; this method also encourages recycling.
Maximized Sink Cabinets
There are many necessary obstructions under the sink including pipes, hoses, and the bottom of the sink itself. However, there are several techniques you can use to make use of this space nonetheless. Small, wired bins are useful for keeping garbage bags, towels, and other cleaning supplies. You can also add hooks to the sink cabinet doors in order to maximize your storage capacity. The sink cabinet is also a popular place to store a small garbage can.
Turntables and Racks
When it comes to cabinets that are used to store smaller items like spices and herbs, turntables and racks can be extremely useful. You can nail racks to the cabinet doors in order to maintain organization and efficiently locate the spice you are looking for. Turntables allow you to browse your bottles of vinegar, oil, or other cooking materials with ease; gone are the days of pulling out half of the contents of your cabinet in order to find the one ingredient you need.
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Last updated 3 months ago
When your kids go off to college, the nest becomes half empty; they may be leaving for a few months at a time, but they frequently come home in the interim. However, when your son or daughter graduates college and moves out for good, you are left with an extra room that can be repurposed with a little organization. Here are some ideas for what to do with your college graduate’s empty room.
Even if you typically work in an office of your own, many people tend to bring their work home with them. In this case, it would be practical to transform your college graduate’s empty room into a home office. This can be done relatively easily and requires minimal materials. You will likely need a computer desk and an ample table as a workspace. You can maximize space and storage by using custom closet systems, and you can create a professional environment using interior shutters.
While transforming an empty room into a home office is relatively easy, transforming an empty room into a yoga room is even easier. Once you have emptied the room, you will just need a few small, light materials. A yoga mat is key to being comfortable and relaxed while doing yoga. You can also bring in other materials like an exercise ball and television or radio. You can also use interior shutters to create a calming environment.
If you could use some extra room to store your belongings, you can choose to convert your graduate’s room into a large walk-in closet. You can make the most of your extra space by implementing closet organization systems. Talk to professionals like Bay Home and Window in order to optimize your space.
For more ideas about what to do with your college graduate’s empty room, contact the organization professionals at Bay Home and Window. We provide the San Francisco Bay area with custom closet systems, built-in organizational furniture, and plantation shutters. If you would like to know more about our organization systems, feel free to visit our website or call (925) 401-3951.
Last updated 3 months ago
The office is a place where you can get things done, and the way you design your home office can affect your levels of productivity in a number of ways. Different colors and styles can encourage you to be more focused and work more efficiently. Watch this video for a few tips for designing your home office.
When it comes to creating a productive and yet calming environment, there is a great deal you can do with colors. Paint your home office walls with muted colors that make your colorful art and furniture stand out. You can use whites and grays for walls and backgrounds and a strong color like red for focusing your attention.
If you would like more tips for designing your home office, contact Bay Home and Window. We serve the San Francisco Bay area with plantation shutters, custom closet systems, and more. Visit our website or call (925) 401-3951 to learn more about our services.
Last updated 4 months ago
Since you spend so much time in the laundry room, it is important to add features that make it easy to stay organized. From your laundry detergent to your ironing equipment, an organized laundry room puts everything within easy reach while minimizing clutter. Use the following tips to create some order in your laundry room:
You might want to consider building a closet organization system that allows you to find a designated space for all of your cleaning supplies. You should also use a separate hamper in each family member’s bedroom to ensure that you keep all of the laundry separated. You can decorate the space with stylish baskets that provide even more storage for your room.
With the help of Bay Home & Window, you can build a custom closet system that makes it easier than ever to stay organized in your laundry room or other areas of your home. We also have an amazing selection of plantation shutters that add style and function to any room. To learn more about our products and services, visit us online or call (925) 401-3951.