Synopses & Reviews
Everyone wants to feel in control of their life, and one of the few ways that can happen is to be organized. Consumers are inundated with messages to change their behavior to stay organized and buy all sorts of bells and whistles to stow their stuff. But it doesn't have to be that hard or expensive.
"Organizing Idea Book" is a virtual clip file full of great ideas for organizing what you've got in attractive, usable, creative ways that work for you and your home. From kitchens, bathrooms, kids' spaces, closets, and home work spaces to hobby areas, the garage, and utility spaces, "Organizing Idea Book" offers hundreds of ideas for organizing just about everything, in every room in the house. Special emphasis is given to quick fixes for organizing spaces. Resources provides readers with sources for helping them stay organized.
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Entries and Mudrooms
Organizing is a process and not one that requires you to tackle the entire house in one sweeping session. As such, youll find that this book is arranged according to the various hot spots in the home, starting with the area inside the front door and continuing through to the garage. Chapter by chapter, room by room, youll find helpful and practical techniques for creating (and maintaining) order.
Brimming with visual inspiration for every room, this new Taunton Idea Book helps readers solve clutter problems in the home. 240 full-color photos.
About the Author
John Loecke is a New York City based Interior Designer.