If your closet is overflowing but you have “nothing to wear,” it’s time to get rid of some clothes. You know what I’m talking about–the jeans that don’t fit, the shirt with the weird stain, and that one sweater you never wear. Our Closet Purge Flow Chart will help you determine which items are destined for the donation bin, so you’ll have more space for new shopping adventures.
Did you know? July is Anti-Boredom Month which means it’s more acceptable than ever to get out there and try tons of things new things! Why? To keep you from being bored, of course! Personally, even as packed as my work schedule can be during the week, and despite the fact that I often SWEAR I’ll spend every moment of my weekend sleeping and relaxing, on Saturdays I still find myself looking for fun projects that I can easily do from the comfort of my couch – that will simultaneously spruce up my living space (hence, chic home decor!) So, in honor of Anti-Boredom Month, I did a little research and found three totally unique, fun and easy DIY projects that I’m totally obsessed with, and look SO amazing, that I think you’ll love. Follow these simple steps below and I promise you won’t be disappointed!
With Summer in full swing I have been struggling to keep my sandals organized in my closet. After I wear a pair it usually ends up in a pile at the base of my closet… which is a major fail! I felt that it was time to get organized and give my beloved sandals a proper place in my closet with the rest of my prized shoe collection. Check out this easy DIY 7 step tutorial on how I got organized and created individual sandal hangers!
Mother’s Day means an abundance of fresh cut flowers gracing homes everywhere. To extend the life of your flowers, and your gift, try these tried and tested methods for keeping your flowers fresher, longer.
Fashion trends inspire your wardrobe, but what about your home decor? This spring, freshen up your home with the season’s hottest clothing trends: nautical prints, florals, and gold accents.
Mistletoe: A simple plant with a passionate purpose! I’ve been subjected to the motives of this greenery on numerous holiday occasions (whether I wanted to is a separate issue) but never knew, until now, why such a seemingly ordinary shrub has demanded us to lock lips when we pass beneath it. Even now, mistletoe’s connection to kissing is still fairly mysterious, though it’s been said to derive from early Norse mythology when, as the story goes, a malevolent spirit destroys a god (Balder) with an arrow made of the plant. When Balder is brought back to life, his mother (the goddess of love) is so appreciative that she kisses anyone who walks under a mistletoe branch.
Fall is officially in the air which means it’s time to break out the cashmere, grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte (mmmm!) and get your decorating on! For me, there are few things I love more than seasonal flowers, and having an arrangement on my dining room table is always a must during the holidays, especially when I’m hosting a festive dinner party. This year, in addition to making sure my house smells like nutmeg and cinnamon 24/7, I really want to take my autumn ornamentation up an elegant notch and I think I’ve found the perfect way! A combination of my three fall faves – pumpkins, gold accents and fresh flora – this oh-so-easy DIY vase arrangement will up the chic factor in your home tenfold and leave your friends and family in total awe!
In celebration of the official Get Organized Week, I wanted to share some of my favorite ways that I like to keep my closets put together and really easy to navigate through. You will see that the ongoing theme for each category is that you always want to be able to clearly see everything in your wardrobe tangle and mess free. Try one or all o f my do’s and toss the don’ts from your life. Hey, you can put more time into styling your outfits instead of rumbling through piles and piles of a pretty huge mess.