Say So Long To Clutter
Even when it’s hidden away in the pantry, closet or garage, clutter is a style killer. Right, home enthusiasts? Who can relax and enjoy their beautiful home when you know what’s lurking behind closed doors? That’s why every spring we like to offer #OrganizationGoals, finding a place for everything and putting everything in its place. And to get you inspired to do the same, this month we’re sharing some of our favorite solutions for—you guessed it—the pantry, closet and garage, some of the most notorious places where chaos can reign. New home, new order.
Bradford Residence Two: Is it weird if your favorite room of the house is the pantry? Not when it’s as tidy, well-organized and hardworking as this room-sized walk-in at Bradford. Open shelving in a variety of widths and heights means there’s space for dishware, linens and table décor, so setting the scene is a snap. A corner lazy Susan unit is ample enough to accommodate your Costco run, and spins so every item is easily accessible. We love how this pantry also includes counter space, display space and bottle storage. And art work on the wall, because, style.
Paloma Residence 2: A wall of built-ins in the garage is ideal for storing everything from sports equipment to holiday decorations, not to mention household items like cleaning supplies, paint and power tools. After all, just because the items themselves are more functional than glamorous, doesn’t mean they can’t be tucked away with flair. Drawers are particularly useful for storing loose items (add dividers and separators for extra organizing oomph) while tall cabinets can hold hanging items, long-handled tools, or even a surfboard. Counter space means items you use every day can be kept front-and-center (no more out of sight, out of mind).
Bradford Residence Two: The average person wears only a small fraction of the items in their closet, largely because inefficient storage keeps you from seeing everything you own. This walk-in closet at Bradford is as stylish as a boutique, and borrows some of the same display techniques. Including a mix of hanging depths (longer for coats and dresses, shorter for shirts and pants), and shelving space for stacking items like sweaters, which stretch out when hung improperly. Boxes store delicates, while shallow drawers keep lingerie and accessories tidy. This space, located off the master bath, is so spacious, think about adding an ottoman or other impromptu seating. Convenient and luxurious.
What #OrganizationGoals will you be tackling this spring? Share and comment on our Facebook page @TRIPointeSoCal. And here’s some great news, between now and April 15 2018, when you purchase select homes in select TRI Pointe Homes neighborhoods, a hardworking closet, pantry or garage organizer is included, on us. Talk about starting fresh!
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