Elegant, sophisticated and ready for business. Can you picture this office in your home?
Elegant, sophisticated and ready for business. Can you picture this office in your home?
Spring is on the horizon, and you may be itching to get your home spotless. Spring cleaning is a great way to deep clean your home and take care of the spots that have been neglected during the winter months. However, many people are unclear about how to spring clean room by room.
Take on spring cleaning one room at a time. Before you know it, your entire home will be good as new.
One of the simplest ways to declutter your home is to get rid of duplicate items you don't use or need.
Don't you love the look of our Brio office with red accents? Even if you have just a wall and a corner to dedicate, it's a spacious, attractive design perfect for anyone who needs a home office. Learn more at http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/.
Alphabetised your vinyl collection lately or redecorated the kids' playroom? If you have one or both of these in your home, you're doing pretty well for yourself. So says new research by LV= Home Insurance anyway, which has listed 11 things found in 'mass affluent households', including underfloor heating and a wine fridge.
Apparently, home offices are a sign of affluence, as are walk-in wardrobes. Would you agree or disagree?
No bumping elbows here. A home office built for two gives everyone room to breathe. http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/
You've finally done it: You've landed a work-from-home job. No more daily commute to the office. No more being distracted by the office gossip. And no more interruptions in the middle of your workday to celebrate the fifth office birthday of the month.
Get that dedicated home office in order with our help (see http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/ for ideas). And then get down to business.
Short on space for a home office? Here's a simple design that's compact yet spacious enough to hold all your important files, books and office supplies. http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/
A reader writes: My husband has been a loyal employee for over 5 years. He has been requesting to telework 1 day a week for over a year. His office policies as a whole encourage employees to work from home.
Need some help making sure your home office passes your boss's inspection? Give us a call at 15122716945.
Most people react to the idea of sharing an office with their spouse in one of two ways: blissful optimism at the prospect of spending more time with their loved one or instant fear that too much together time will cause no end of agony. The reality is probably somewhere in the middle.
We would add another tip to this list: Get proper work stations. Let our design team come up with creative solutions that let you both do your work and maintain marital bliss, too. http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/
Your child is at the beginning of a long-term relationship with studying -- and you're involved in it too. If you look at this as a process, one where you'll be introducing positive habits, you'll soon be on the path to more productive, peaceful, and pleasant (really!) homework sessions.
Having a dedicated study spot lets your kids hit the books distraction-free. What other homework success tips do you have? Post in the comments below.
BACK TO ARTICLE SEARCH Like most people, when you think about what it would be like to work from home, you probably think of the obvious benefits such as working your own hours, not having to face a stressful, tedious commute every day, actually seeing what your garden looks like in daylight hours, not having to answer to a boss, being home when your children are, working in a comfortable environment and so on.
Working from home can get lonely, but there are ways to avoid feeling isolated. Any other tips you can add? Comment below.
Experiencing your first tax season as a self-employed freelancer can be scary. You probably expect to owe a bunch of money to the IRS. The fear of the unknown, along with a completely new tax situation, can leave you worried and stressed. But it's not quite as bad you might think.
When you work for yourself, you have to stay extra organized to avoid a big tax bill (and maybe even get a refund). Give us a call at 15122716945 if you need help setting up your work station for success.
If you've been looking to Pinterest or Instagram for home renovation ideas, there's one trend that you have likely come across a lot lately: the all-white everything look
Dressed in white from head to toe: yes or no for your home office?
I got a great question from Sarah who has the popular problem of dealing with paper clutter in the office. Sarah asks: "My entire office floor is just a sea of paper piles, mine included. How can I implement a stylish organization system that actually lasts?"
Tackle your paper piles once and for all.
We all know how hard it can be to eat healthy at work. The constant supply of sugary, trans fat loaded treats sitting on the breakroom table requires too much will power to avoid. So we reached out to 42 health experts (i.e.
You're dangerously close to the fridge if you're working from home. Stock up on these healthy foods to keep your snacking in check!
Where you work affects how you work. Working in a cluttered, messy, or distracting environment will affect your work, and probably in a negative way. If you're like the average knowledge worker, you spend most of your time sitting in front of a computer screen.
With the proper home office systems in place, you'll be set to tackle every day with ease. Contact us at 15122716945 for a free design consultation so we can find the best ways to set up your space.
What a terrific reason to celebrate! For those of us who love to craft, vow to try a new crafting technique during National Craft Month; or perhaps you can teach someone how to do your favorite craft. I think National Craft Month can also be the perfect excuse to pull all those half-finished projects out of their hiding places and get them done.
It might be tax season, but that doesn't mean you can't carve out some time to nurture your creative side. Celebrate National Craft Month in March by setting up your very own craft station at home, and dig into these fun family crafts all month long. Our design experts can help you create the perfect space for scrapbooking, jewelry making, sewing or anything your heart desires. Learn more at http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/.
Can you picture this office system in your home? Do you love it as is, or would you add or change something?
I am surrounded by moms who are nursing their small businesses to life. Yes, I am talking about you, my dear blogger friends, photographers, network marketers, virtual assistants, and everyone else. We spend hours in our pajamas running our businesses from home: answering emails, making phone calls, and collecting orders.
The kitchen counter is no place for your dream. Give us a call at 15122716945 so we can brainstorm home-office solutions that give you dedicated workspace.
Pro tip if you're looking to put your home on the market someday. Our designers are experts at converting underused areas of a home into incredible spaces. http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/
Pop Quiz: What would you do with the extra space if you cleared out the clutter?
Congratulations to Closets by Design of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware for earning the service industry's coveted Angie's List Super Service Award! Winners of this award have met strict eligibility requirements, which include an "A" rating in overall grade, recent grade and review period grade. The company must be in good standing with Angie's List, pass a background check and abide by Angie's List operational guidelines. According to Angie's List Founder Angie Hicks, "Only about 5 percent of the closet companies in Philadelphia market have performed so consistently well enough to earn our Super Service Award." Kudos to the Philadelphia and Delaware team for receiving such a high honor! To book a consultation, go to http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/.
It's hard to believe that another year is almost over, but 2016 is almost here! As the new year approaches, it's always fun to look back on the year gone by and today I am joining in with some of my favorite bloggers to bring you our Top 10 posts of 2015.
From your home office to your finances, here's everything you need to organize your home. Every. Last. Thing.
Baked Chicken and Rice With Black Beans Save time by opening a can of fiber-rich black beans and stir them straight into this cheesy rice bake. The recipe combines beans with convenience yellow rice mix, cooked chicken, canned tomatoes, canned chiles (to add a kick), and shredded cheese.
We love a well-stocked pantry. It makes dinnertime a breeze. Head over to http://austin.closetsbydesign.com/ to request an in-home design consultation for your custom pantry today!