Holiday Storage Rundown

light-spoolSince Thanksgiving is over, it’s officially time to bring on the next Holiday (at least in my house)! This is a great time to take stock of your holiday decorations and make sure you are equipped with the right organizers to store them properly. What’s new in the world of Holiday Storage? Read on to find out about some of the newest inventions to make storing Christmas decor easier, faster and more space efficient.

1. Those Darned Christmas Lights! Everyone can remember a time when they were almost in tears trying to detangle string lights. Get a grip with some great new products designed to eliminate holiday light stress. Organizers. Light Dividers allow you to wind your lights around a sturdy piece of cardboard. These dividers hang from a plastic box just like a hanging file. Another option is light spools – with the turn of a hand crank you can easily wind up the string lights, ready to go next year!

2. No More Broken Bulbs! End those untimely “ahhhhh! My Ornaments are broken” moments once and for all with a properly designed ornament storage box. A plastic box with cardboard dividers allows each ornament to have its own little cubby, safe and sound for years to come! You can even upgrade to beautiful fabric covered ornament dividers!

3. Now, what to do with the Tree? Artificial Trees have risen in popularity over the years, and tree storage has kept up with the pace. Large plastic storage boxes are great for larger trees, keeping them from bending and breaking, and they are stackable, compatible with the other plastic holiday boxes. Another option are tree storage bags, which come in a variety of styles, from zip ups to pull ups and even rolling stands!

>>>TIP: Choose a Red holiday storage system so it’s easy to spot in the garage!

Happy Holidays!

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