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5 Critical Lessons to Live Through a Major Renovation and Turn Your House Into a Home

Critical Lessons to Live through a major renovation and turn your house into a home | Innovate Home Org | Bexley, Ohio | #HomeRenovation #Remodel #ClosetStorage

What a perfect world it would be to find a home designed exactly to your family’s needs. This home would include the perfect master suite for you and your husband. A large yard for your 2 young daughters and would be easy for your Mom to navigate (who needs the assistance of a wheelchair) through any floor level of the home. Oh – one last thing – this home would also work within your budget (oops – sorry I had to say the dreaded ‘b’ word!).

If…

5 Killer Strategies to Make Sure Your Mudroom Isn’t a Disaster

5 Killer Strategies to Make Sure your mudroom isn't a disaster | Innovate Home Org | #MudroomStorage #EntryWay #StoragUnits
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Does your mudroom resemble these statements?

  • Book bags thrown anywhere and everywhere on the floor.
  • Shoes discarded into haphazard piles as you come in from the garage. You're waiting for the next time you spill out a bag of groceries after tripping over this shoe graveyard.
  • SO many coats draped over SO few hooks. How long will it take to find your favorite raincoat on a dreary Columbus day?
  • Your son's dirty JV football uniform dropped in the…

5 Sizzling Hot Organization Ideas from the 2018 Kitchen & Bath Show to Kick Up Your Home Storage

5 Sizzling Hot Organization Tips from the 2018 Kitchen and Bath Show To Kick Up Your Home Storage | Innovate Home Org Columbus Ohio #Storage #Organization #HomeStorage #Columbus
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Is your home stuck in an organization time-warp? Do you have plenty of closet rods, shelves, drawers, boxes, tubs and even some of those “fancy” over the door shoe organizers, yet your storage spaces are still a disaster?

The challenge is most storage systems are inflexible. They are created for some “generic customer” and slapped into your home without much thought. They are fixed in place. They don’t adjust to your needs – or those of…

Out of Disaster Comes a Beautiful Family-Friendly Open Locker Entryway

Out of Disaster Comes a Beautiful Family-Friendly Open Locker Entryway | Innovate Home Org | New Albany, Ohio #Entryway #StorageMudroom
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You’re sleeping comfortably in the bedroom of your home. It’s calm in the middle of the night. Then, you hear a strange sound. It’s the sound of running water. Where’s it coming from? You search and search only to find…

Oh no!!!

The first floor of your beautiful New Albany home is a layer of water. Panic sets in. Where’s the water coming from? How can it be stopped…NOW! It’s the water purifier. Find the shut off valve – QUICK!

Disasters are…

5 key questions you need to ask for the perfect mudroom design

5 key questions to ask for a perfect mudroom organization project | Innovate Home Org Columbus Ohio
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You see the drool-worthy pictures of organized mudrooms on Pinterest and get a severe case of house envy. You think, “Is there any way my disaster of a mudroom could look like the neat organized images on Pinterest? Maybe if I get rid of my 2 kids and husband – hashab!” Whether you live in Columbus, Ohio, or Columbus Georgia, the problem with mudrooms is the same. This space is constantly used (and abused). Although your family is coming…

Would the storage in your childhood home work for you today? 7 smart home organization tips for today’s lifestyle.

Would the storage in your childhood home work for you today? 7 home organization tips for today's columbus lifestyle - Innovate Home Org
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My life as a kid growing up was so like Kevin Arnold (he was the young boy in the TV show the Wonder Years about family life in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s). I lived in your typical Levittown-esque 1,500 square foot ranch home with 3 tiny bedrooms. I shared a 12’ x 12’ bedroom with my older much uglier (just kidding) brother Frank and the room was so tight our beds were smashed together. I used to wrestle my cousins on this bed…