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really... I need to go to her home on a bad day for her and see how she really lives...lol..lol Oh my Goodness... How big is her home to hold all that storage.... I don't think I could live with my glue gun in a storage box and not laying around... but... some great ideas to ponder....
I will tell you...my kitchen pantry is exactly the same! I sold Tupperware for 2 years and my only goal was to do the kitchen pantry like in the catalog!! I do not even want to guess how much money I have invested in modular mates but they are everywhere you look! My only regret is the color that I chose for the seals...pale pink. It went well with my kitchen 15 years ago but now it does not come close. It's all tucked away behind a door though so no big deal. My next project is the linen closet I saw a tip from Lowe's (don't know how to post the picture, sorry) where all of the sheet sets were folded and tucked into a pillow case. Just grab and go Simple idea that I would have not come up with on my own and now I am motivated to tear everything out of the closet and get to folding!!
Ask yourself, "When Iím on my deathbed, will I be glad I was so serious about _______?" Let down your hair and stop being so darn important for a while. my gallery
I got tired of the family's half hearted attempt at folding sheets, and then when it came time for the kids to change the bedding, always I can't find the right sized sheets, pillowcases not matching. So I went to WalMart, Target, and got under the bed storage cases. Each sheet and pillowcase set goes under the bed it belongs with. No more excuses, a little more space in the linen cabinets.
Organized people are just too lazy to look for things.
WOW!!! Our church just redid our parsonage kitchen for us and I'm about to put everything into the cabinets....I sure wish I could end with something that looks this good. I also sold Tupperware long enough to get my Modular Mates (27 years ago!!!) and did my lids in blue. I really need to have a lot of the lids replaced, but I have LOVED having things organized and when I had to live with smaller storage areas (like the previous parsonage kitchen ) it sure came in handy! TFS this site it is quite an inspiration to me!