Maximize space, control clutter
As summer gives way to a busy fall and schedules get a bit more hectic, things have a way of getting disheveled. From those stray groceries that haven't found a home in the pantry to shampoo bottles that linger on the bathtub ledge, these options can help you get reorganized and maximize your storage space.
Bring a sophisticated look to your bath with organizers that combine stunning design with superior function. Shower accessories from the Linea collection -- single, double and triple dispensers, as well as a shower basket and squeegee -- are crafted with crystal-like elements and completed with rust-proof metal features. A beautiful storage solution inspired by contemporary perfume bottles, Linea is the definition of modern luxury. See how you can accessorize your bath with elegance at dispenser.com/linea.
Add style in the pantry with shelving that is not only functional but looks good, too, with ClosetMaid Close Mesh wire shelving. Available in white, nickel and satin chrome finishes, the deck wires are spaced 5/8 inches apart instead of the standard 1 inch, to keep small items from tipping. Maximize storage space by using the shelving with the ShelfTrack adjustable bracket system, which makes it easy to make room for pantry items of various sizes. Purchase at ClosetMaid.com and HomeDepot.com.
Maximize space, storage and organization with a pocket door system. The Demi Tall Pantry Cabinet from Wellborn Cabinet is ideal for kitchens of all sizes. Pull out units, sliding shelves and motion sensor lighting make organizing and locating items easy, while adding a pleasing aesthetic to the room. For more storage solutions, go to wellborn.com.
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Buyers desire gourmet kitchen
Want one home-improvement project that should help you sell your home? According to the results of a recent Trulia survey, millennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers all place a gourmet kitchen high on their wish list of amenities when they're looking for their dream home. About 47 percent of all respondents highly rated having a gourmet kitchen. Other things buyers said they valued open floor plans and balconies with views.
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Pot-in-pot method protects plants
Often find yourself wanting to easily move your plants around your garden without upsetting their growth? Give the pot-in-a-pot method a shot. Plant your potted plants in the ground and you'll be able to protect them from encroaching roots or harmful types of soil. Just make sure to dig up your clay pots each growing season to prevent breakage. There are many resources on the web that can offer more information on specific plants and types of containers to use in this process.
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