Many people like the idea of living in a calm and clutter-free home but don't want to go down the all-white, minimalist route. Here are some great storage ideas that will help you stay tidy while retaining those all-important personal touches that make your place feel more like a home and less like a show house.
The key to successfully staging is to accentuate its positive points and disguise the negatives, so the prospective buyer can project their own ideas onto a fairly blank canvas. This can be done surprisingly easy and cheaply without the need for expensive redecoration.
All 10 of these tiny homes prove that space is relative. Your home is only as tiny as you let it feel. So, apply these space-saving tips and storage tricks when you can. Because you deserve to have a bigger home without actually paying for one.
Seriously, the possibilities are endless.
Create a balance on the weekends. Maybe you want to visit a pumpkin patch with the family but you still have to hunker down and do errands and chores, like laundry and shopping. Pre-planning will help you fit it all in.
The first step to workspace zen is to hide your uglies.
I remember the house my mother died in at age 96. She had lived there for over 60 years, and it was a confusion of stuff -- wonderful souvenirs mixed in with tax returns from over 50 years ago and children's letters mixed with old receipts
By submitting an itemized return, you can reduce your taxable income and pay less taxes, thus keep more money in your pocket. Here are a few simple ways stay organized and "file ready" before the deadline.