Easy Home Organizer: 15-Minute Step-by-Step Solutions

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - House & Home - 128 pages
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Are things at home out of hand? Is the thought of putting things in order just…overwhelming? With these simple, quickly implemented solutions, life can become less stressful—and the messy habits of a lifetime will disappear along with the chaos. The focus is on the little things that make a big difference—like not having to search for the car keys at the last minute—and the book is as organized as the house will be when you're through: it begins with advice on assessing the accumulated junk and eliminating the excess, and moves on to shopping for containers, applying clutter strategies, labeling jars and boxes, and creating a proper place for everything, room by room. The ideas are smart and attractive!
 

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Payne's (Stained Glass in an Afternoon ) book is full of practical suggestions for making order out of chaos in drawers and shelves. She tackles problem areas room by room and dispenses strategies for ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
8
Clutter Containment
12
Organizing Your Entryway
22
Organizing Your Dining Room
32
Organizing Your Kitchen
43
Storage Solutions for Entertaining Decorating Essentials
64
Organizing Bedrooms Personal Spaces
70
Organizing Your Bathroom
86
Organizing Your Crafts Room
96
Organizing Your Home Office
106
Organizing Your Gardening Supplies
120
Organizing Laundry Linens
124
METRIC CONVERSION CHART
126
INDEX
127
THE AUTHOR
131
Copyright

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About the Author
Vicki Payne produces her own nationally syndicated television shows, "Glass with Vicki Payne, "Paint! Paint! Paint!, and "For Your Home, and is a frequent guest on other programs, including "The Carol Duvall Show and "Home Matters. She has produced how-to videos for over ten years, created her own consumer glass show, is frequently published in craft and trade magazines, and serves as a consultant to companies throughout the craft and hobby industries.

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