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If you’ve ever watched the popular television show, “Storage Wars,” you might wonder why anyone has a personal storage unit if not to just fill it with junk.
Winter is quickly coming to an end, and you know what that means: spring cleaning. Now, before you panic, take a deep breath. Spring cleaning does not have to be a nightmare. Once you learn how to organize your space, the rest is easy.
A pantry was originally the place in a home where food, dishes and linens were stored, typically a small room located immediately off of the kitchen. Well before refrigeration, a pantry was often used to store bread and may have been used for food preparation.
Homes with an attached garage represent a valuable and often underused space that might be better served if it was renovated and repurposed. Sure, sticking your cars in the garage is the most logical reason for using one, but if we’re honest with ourselves that space is typically used for storage.
Your garage is filled up with stuff, but one thing that cannot be found in it is your car. Like many Americans your garage has become a storage center, an unorganized one at that, with your car left out in the elements, collecting dirt, dust and bird debris day in and day out.
If you are lucky enough to have an attic or loft, there are a number of ways to use it, and no matter what use you eventually employ the space for, you are the one who will live with it. Themes, color schemes and illumination, flooring and furnishings make huge differences in atmosphere.