Thursday, July 11, 2013

Storage Closet Organization

So I have been on an organizing kick since last September.  Let me tell you, it's still a work in progress.  I started off with my kitchen, and I am slowing moving room to room. Our house does not have a lot of storage so I had to come up with an idea to make this work.  What I have found that works for me, if I purchase something new something old must leave, that way I don't create an overflow, if you know what I mean.  It has definitely been a challenge for me.

My inspiration came from Organizedjen and iHeart Organizing. OMG! Both of these ladies are so AMAZING when it comes to organizing.  Love love love them! Make sure to visit their blogs for inspiration and lots of good information on products they love as well.

Okay, so here is the final storage closet done.  I had everything everywhere, it was crazy! Now I have room to grow and I am super excited.   The plastic containers are from the Container Store (my favorite store of all time).

Below are the different size storage boxes that are sold at the Container Store.

So happy that is done, moving on to the next project which is the Laundry Room. This is going to be a challenge for me.  I will make sure to take before and after pictures on this project. 

Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer and staying cool!  Until next time! Take care. 

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