The Shelving Store Blog
It’s a situation we all face sometimes: your kids are off at college for the year, things have finally settled down at home, and you’ve probably converted your kid’s rooms into home offices, or a place to keep that NordicTrack you’re going to start using one of these days. Whatever it is, you’re probably making the most of that unused space, and everything is going great until you get that text:
Bakers racks are a handy addition to nearly any kitchen in order to increase storage space and add additional work space for preparing meals - but what do you do when even your baker’s racks get messy?
Sometimes it can feel like anything you bring into your kitchen winds up getting all disorganized and out of control, but if you want your new baker’s rack to stay cleaner than the rest of your kitchen has managed, we’ve got a few tips to keep everything organized:
It’s the Wednesday before Thanksgiving - time to panic, right?
Not quite, my friend! No matter how much (or little) time you have before the relatives start trickling in - heck, they might already be here, given how hard it always is for mom to get around this time of year - and you might still have some work to do around the house.
It’s that time of year, parents! You’re back from Black Friday with cart-fuls of toys, video games, tablets, phones, TVs, and all the other stuff we wind up spending too much on around Black Friday.
But hey, it’s all to make the family happy, right? Even if your holiday shopping is done with, you’ve suddenly got a new problem to face down: where are you going to keep all these things?
Ever feel like you just don’t have enough bathroom to go around? The towels pile up, you can’t find the soap and shampoo, and after a while it feels like you’ve replaced every toothbrush you’ve ever lost only to find it again the next day.