Is your kitchen always messy and unorganized? Continue reading and you will find my top 6 simple tips for an organized kitchen.
Of course you can have that organized kitchen, that you have always been dreaming of!
Today I’m sharing my organized bathroom drawers.Finally had some time to actually get this done, been on my to do list forever! Organized bathroom drawers FINALLY checked! *Doing the happy dance*
The bathroom is typically one place that can get so easily messy and unorganized, (at least that’s the case in our house!)
I’ve always preferred drawers for storage, rather then cabinets. With cabinets, if you don’t have it all perfectly organized is just so easy to just through a whole bunch a stuff in there, and you typically can’t see what you actually HAVE in there.
But with drawers! When you have everything neatly organized in the drawer is so practical to just pull out the drawer and have a total overview of everything inside the drawer. Beautifully organized bathroom drawers, can certainly put a smile on my face, any day!
I’ve posted so many Lego related tutorials that I’ve done for my son’s bedroom, now it’s time for you guys to finally see the finished Lego bedroom!
I really need to get more storage, but everything else is pretty much done.
We redid this room when we moved into this house.The room actually used to be two small bedrooms, but we decided to knock down the wall so that he could get a really good sized bedroom.
My son is one of the biggest Lego fans ever, he eats, sleeps and breathes Lego! So it wasn’t really much of surprise that he wanted to have a Lego bedroom.
I’ve been wanting to do a project on how to use upcycled glass jars for organizing for a while now. And while thinking about it, which rooms in the house are ALWAYS crying after some much-needed tidying and organizing? No doubt, that’s for sure both my kid’s rooms.
So today’s project is just a quick and simple DIY project where we use upcycled glass jars to store and organize different kinds of kids supplies, for example, crayons, beads, stamps, lego, erasers etc.
I can’t believe it’s only 12 days left until Christmas Eve! That’s so crazy! The days of December always seem to go by too fast, don’t you think?
I love Christmas and would have loved to have Christmas last just a little longer… But I guess in the end, we all just have to make the most of the days we have until Christmas and enjoy them as much as we can!
At least we can have fun with decorating for Christmas! Today I have a super fast and easy Christmas DIY project to show you. Make your own DIY Christmas Swag.
This project is so easy, and it took me about 15 minutes, from start to finish. So if you’re looking for a beautiful, but super fast DIY Christmas project to do in between all your Christmas preparations, well this is it!