Open shelving can be a blessing and a curse. It is an inexpensive way to add extra storage with easy access, but in this house that usually means that after a few weeks the open storage is just piles of stuff. I’ve finally found a system that works in my bathroom so I thought I’d share some simple tips and tricks to make that open shelving really work for you. My number one tip? Put the items used by the most people on the top with easy access!
Thanks to Drive Shop for sponsoring this post! If you follow me on social you may have seen that I had a ton of fun at Junk in the Trunk in Scottsdale last weekend. I went to their very first event years ago and have loved seeing the event grow! This year I attended the […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. The following content is intended for readers who are 21 or older. #Chardonnation #SpringWine #CollectiveBias Did you know that May 21 is Chardonnay Day? I had no idea but what a perfect excuse for a little get together with […]
Whether you call them buntings or banners, the festive decor on a string is a fun way to spice up your space or gift for a party or just because. I love making buntings to wrap around gifts like a ribbon, then the recipient can use it in their home afterwards if they want! I […]
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #HallmarkForMom #CollectiveBias I love gifts of time and experiences but I love a good DIY too. This year for Mother’s Day I thought a little lunch out (or at home) would be fun but I wanted to spice […]
It’s almost [Inter]National Scrapbook Day and I’m celebrating with Scrapbook.com this year! I’ll be in their studio Friday April 27th to film a little Facebook live video inspiration on travel scrapbooking. They are starting at 1pm PST so be sure to tune in (I’ll share here once it’s on their page). I thought I’d give […]