Chilliwack CentralTraditional Kitchen, Vancouver
This cabinet was custom designed by us with the homeowner who has a very busy family life and needed to keep everything organized and in one place! We are very proud of our creative designers; as well as our talented shop team for making our ideas a reality!
Custom Cabinetry: Starline Cabinets
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Identify your clutter hotspotsTake a look around your home and work out which areas tend to gather most clutter. It could be the hall console, a kitchen worktop or perhaps the dining table – anywhere you tend to dump things such as papers, keys, gloves, pens or notepads.These dumping grounds aren’t going to disappear, so you may as well embrace them. Buy storage specifically for each spot, so you can easily collate and organise all the items.
Share your scheduleIf you have to tie your schedule in with other members of your household, it’s a good idea to have a shared online calendar to ensure you don’t book clashing appointments. It can also be handy to have a large board or calendar somewhere easily accessible, so that everyone can write down things they need to do. Allocate a central hub in your home where you keep keys, shopping lists and essential paperwork, too. Having one spot for all these things can help you communicate with others you share your home with, even if your paths don’t cross very often.