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Event // Get organized with Sugar & Cloth at Ikea!


get organized workshop at Ikea with Sugar & Cloth


I’m so, so excited about all of the new opportunities and collaborations that are shaping up for Sugar & Cloth in 2013! To kick it all off, Ikea Houston is sponsoring a Getting Organized workshop on January 19th where I’ll be teaching you some unconventional ways to shape things up around the house for the new year. You can find out all of the details for the day and RSVP, right here. Did I mention there will also be goodies and giveaways that day? Can’t wait to see you, meeting readers is my favorite!


photo via Things Organized Neatly

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12 Ways To Creatively Organize


twelve ways to creatively organize and store

Since were prepping to move in less than a month (and by prepping I mean that I’ve brought home 1 cardboard box), I’m excited to take full advantage of gaining a clean slate. I’ve been searching high and low for creative ways to organize and use space, and these are a few favorites to recreate–

1// Use wall mounted vintage enamel holders to clear kitchen space. –Martha Stewart

2// Clear clutter by putting everyday kitchen spices and sugar on a cake stand. – Martha Stewart

3// Display your jewelry organizer with bell jars, candle bases, and jewelry stands. – Pottery Barn

4// Disguised storage bins with book spines. – Roadside Photographs

5// Put some wheels on it with rolling storage bins. – Serena & Lily

6// Display colorful wrapping papers in a clear or mesh bin. – Marcus Design 

7// Keep the vintage alive by storing your craft supplies in tin containers. – The Fancy Farmgirl

8// Convert a closet into a desk area to maximize space. – Sunset

9// Repurpose old suitcases to organize miscellaneous supplies. – Better Homes & Gardens

10// Create free shelving with old tree branches. – Funkytime

11// You won’t forget anything with a life-size chalkboard wall calendar. – Martha Stewart

12// Keep your papers in one place with this adorable retro magnetic memo board. – H of S

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