Category Archives: Organization


A DIY Laundry Sorter Solution

wallpaper | laundry bags | hooks | floating vanity | mirror | dipped leg stoolWanting to see how the laundry room would take shape over the course of its renovation, we waited until the cabinets and machines were in place before deciding on a laundry sorting system. For as long as I can remember doing laundry (both growing up and in my adultKEEP READING >


How We Installed Our Laundry Cabinets

sconce | velvet pillow | ostrich wallpaper | shaker cabinets When we last left off with the laundry room cabinets, we had just finished building them – fresh from their flat-packed boxes! – and we laid them in place until we were ready to install. Aside from the hanging rail system that we’ve used in the past for our fauxdenzas,KEEP READING >


Small Victories In the Laundry Room!

Things seem to be busier than ever around here, and yet I’m having a hard time sitting down to write about all the updates – mostly because I don’t even know where to start. Summer is in full swing, and so in-between barbecues and late night gatherings and weddings and nights away and and out-of-towners in, we’re watchingKEEP READING >


Hooray for Storage: Adding Yet Another Fauxdenza!

I’ve been working from home for several years now, but sometimes, I imagine what it would be like to go back to a bustling office job. When I worked downtown, I loved it. Well, I loved taking the train, grabbing my coffee from the bakery and – for the most part! – I loved the people I worked with. (Not always the work, but youKEEP READING >


A Laundry Room Progress Report: Cabinet Edition

Our bed and laundry rooms are slowly making their way, with our bedroom at the point where everything is cozy and functions well. I’m still anxiously awaiting the arrival of a pretty sconce for a lonely corner (this one!), and we’re (read: I’m) debating on a few more framed photos or artwork. The laundry room, on the other hand,KEEP READING >


The Long and Short of our Attic Access (+ Big Backyard News)

One of the long term goals we had for this house – we’re going back to 2013 now – was to add interior attic access. At the time, we only had a horrific exterior staircase to gain entrance, but now? Attic Access! Inside! The attic, aside from housing the new furnace for our second floor, is mostly empty. Scary, but empty. We haveKEEP READING >