In just 3 weeks, my office will be looking more like Santa’s workshop than the calm workspace it is supposed to be. Wrapping paper, bows, scissors and, if I’m lucky and can find it, tape will be strewn about the office until Christmas day. Every year we get many questions about the best way to keep gift wrap and its assorted accessories organized. We’ve gathered some tips and advice to help you get through the holiday season with a few bows and ribbons to spare for next year. So whether you go with a full size wrapping paper cart (shown here, $155 with free shipping*) or a simple corner of your closet, we’ve got a solution for you. Read more
It has never been more affordable or easier to spruce up your living room or sitting area with comfort and elegance! Stacks and Stacks is offering the best pricing on the ultra chic Metro Chaise Lounge while supplies last – $449 with free shipping! This beauty features high density foam cushions wrapped in bonded black leather and an eye-catching curve that provides the ultimate place to lounge around. Button tufting offers a classic touch and softens the contemporary feel of this chaise lounge.
Have you been bitten by the back to school clutter bug? I know we have! The thing I seem to forget every year is that it is not just the kids’ room that suffers. It’s more like an explosion of papers, shoes, bags and lunchboxes all over the house for the first month that the kids are back in school. Here are some great new products to help minimize the damage throughout the home:
Dining Room: For us, homework, arts and crafts take place in the dining room. This 12 Drawer Rolling Cart has see-thru drawers of differing sizes, perfect for supplies and all of the paperwork that comes home. It is a great size for the early-grade crowd, but can work with them throughout their full 13 years of schooling and beyond. Read more
For years I’ve resisted furniture and decorative pieces that could be considered “modern” or “contemporary”.
I think my aversion to this style comes from growing up in the 1980’s. Remember what modern looked like back then? Very stark, sterile and cold. Black and chrome were the ultimate combination. What was modern then is now totally outdated.
Lately I’ve been looking at my furniture and thinking, am I stuck in a style rut? Has my avoidance of modern furniture made my house look like my grandmother’s? Perhaps I could just introduce a few pieces here and there to update my look. That way I won’t feel overwhelmed by committing to a specific style, one that not everyone can pull off. Read more
I consider myself to be a pretty avid basketball fan, particularly college basketball. So I am not sure what my excuse was last year when I was woefully underprepared for the year’s biggest basketball tournament, the NCCA Final Four. It all started when I basically ignored the regular season and had no idea which teams were looking strong heading into the tournament – my bracket ended up being a total mess. To make matters worse, I had no idea what weekend the first round of the tournament was, so my media stand was a mess and terribly inadequate for the task at hand. I did not have time to upgrade my stand in time for the big game, so we were left watching the game on a fold out table! Read more
These are not your average message boards! No boring brown bulletin boards or white dry-erase boards here… only fresh, new ideas for use in organizing the home or keeping your inspirations close at hand.
The Mariposa Burlap Message Board is a beautiful thing on its own, or you can tack ideas, photos and notes on its fabric surface. Read more
The St. Louis Kitchen Organizer does double duty, holding dishes in the kitchen and files on the desktop! It has a fun St. Luis arch theme!