Tuesday, April 3, 2012

5 Strategies for De-Cluttering a Small Space

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April 03, 2012
5 Strategies for De-Cluttering a Small Space
It's a lot harder to keep an apartment or small house organized and tidy — but it is critical that you do so. It only takes one pile of papers and one box to overwhelm a smaller space. What to do? We asked organizing and de-cluttering guru Nicole Anzia of Neatnik in Washington DC what her top five strategies are for harnessing chaos in smaller homes and apartments. Here's what she said.
Kim & George's Brooklyn Heights Home
Name: Kim and George Nguyen
Location: Brooklyn, New York
 
When Kim and George moved into their apartment in Brooklyn Heights, they had their work cut out for them. Working on and off over the next two and a half years, the couple embarked on a renovation project that had them sleeping on the floor and living out of boxes.
An Artist's Home Studio
You may remember Jenn Ski's Not So Unhappy Hipster Home tour from a couple of years ago. Included in that tour were two photos of her freshly painted home studio. Fast forward to the present and she has completed her vision for the space, which includes a lot more than just fresh paint!


Wall Mounted Desks
In a perfect world we'd never take our work home with us, or, if we worked at home, we'd have a dedicated room in which to tuck away all of our work. Unfortunately, many of us are dealing with tight budgets and even tighter quarters; who wants to waste a ton of a space on a desk? We've rounded up 10 of our favorite desktops that mount to a w`ll; they're perfect for those who love working in style and prioritizing space!



 
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