Tag Archives: home organizing

Keep Crafts Organized Through Upcycling

By Laura GeeUSstoragesearch.com Upcycling has quickly become one of my favorite practices. One, it is environmentally friendly and two, it saves money! Why not find new ways to use old things. For today, let's take a look at how you can upcycle items for organizing your craft supplies. Tissue Boxes [caption id="attachment_2607" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Crafting...
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Guest Blog: Home Storage Tips

By Grace Bailey, Guest Blogger In time homes become more and more like battlefields of clutter than the orderly and lovely looking photos we have seen in magazines and commercials. Without proper storage procedures your home's conditions will easily go out of control up to a point where you'll be almost literally swimming in...
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Jewelry Storage Gets Crafty

By Laura GeeUSstoragesearch.com My mom has a giant jewelry collection. Having been a teacher in an elementary school, she has accumulated an intense and wide variety of pieces. She has everything from diamond rings to troll doll pins to bright red Mickey watches. This past weekend, she set out to generate a better...
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Open or closed? That is the Kitchen Storage Question

[caption id="attachment_1493" align="alignright" width="480"] This high-end kitchen combines many different forms of hidden storage.[/caption] By Laura Gee, USstoragesearch.com Bright and early this morning, my friend Rebecca (the one who likes to guest blog) sent me a...
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Help! My Kitchen has ZERO Storage Space

By Laura Gee, www.Usstoragesearch.com, Storage and Organization Contributor In my neighborhood there were about 6 different floor plans to choose from when you went to buy a house. We all know pretty much what sort of home layout everybody has just by looking at the front of it. The house with the 2 car garage and bonus room above...
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Home Storage Wars: Wife vs Husband

By Kristin Leigh, Moving, Storage & Organization Contributor to USstoragesearch.com Living with people usually results in many compromises.  You have to make compromises for things like how to decorate, what to eat, schedules and the one that we struggle with-- the compromise of storage solutions and organization. My husband and I each have our own...
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