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A Broom Closet

Closet Porn, Organized, Rahr By March 18, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , 4 Comments

I had already altered the floor plan to create a larger entryway with a nice big coat closet for guests (and lets be honest, Bella) so it seemed even more unnecessary. I was just about to have them erase the small closet when I realized that nowhere, in our giant brand new home, had I planned for a place to keep the larger cleaning gadgets. And so, the little coat closet was turned into a broom closet.

Of course this broom closet required some elfa designing and planning. I needed it to keep the broom, the vacuum, the swiffer, a steam mop, a step ladder (we are a short people), a bucket, as well as parts and pieces for the above mentioned gadgets, other cleaning supplies, and paper towels.

The Laundry Room

Closet Porn, Organized, Rahr By December 14, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , No Comments

I enjoy doing laundry. It’s one of my more shameful secrets. Shameful because I was raised by a woman who, along with several of her friends, imparted on me the notion that feminists hate all things that homemakers do. I couldn’t be a successful feminist woman and want to do laundry. But then I started watching HGTV and realized how wrong they were. I could want my home to be beautiful, I could love to do laundry, I could enjoy cooking dinner for my significant other… and still want to get paid the same as men.

This was a giant weight off of my chest.

Custom Magnetic Chalkboard

Organized, Rahr By March 26, 2014 Tags: , No Comments

I had in my head for a while that I wanted a custom magnet board.  Only, I didn’t want to pay a custom magnet board price for one.  What I’d had before was a magnet board from IKEA that I’d spray painted with chalkboard paint: Which was lovely, but wasn’t exactly the size I wanted. With a little inspiration from…

Custom Sewing Peg Board

Organized, Rahr By March 21, 2014 Tags: , No Comments

For Christmas, Santa brought me a sewing machine.  I promptly purchased a few supplies to aid me in my quest to have pants that aren’t too long.  My mother taught me to hem pants ages ago but I’d never had a sewing machine and I’m too impatient to wait for tailors to shorten my pants.  Finally I can look like…