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Should Closets Be An Afterthought In New Custom Homes?

Should Closets be an Afterthought in New Custom Homes | Innovate Home Org | Columbus Closets
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Every year I attend the Columbus Parade of Homes where builders and designers show off the latest new products and interior design trends. What continues to blow me away is how I see $700,000 to over $1 million-dollar homes using cheap wire, or un-adjustable white painted pressed wood closet ‘systems’ (I use this in quotation marks because they’re not much of a system).

As an owner of a closet company (no – I’m not Jay with Pritchett’s…

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…

7 Critical Factors to Choose the Best Shelving for Your Storage Project

7 Critical Factors to Choose the Best Shelving for Your Storage Project | Innovate Home Org Columbus Ohio
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If you think a shelf is just a shelf think about how frustrating it is when these things happen:

  • Your towels and sweaters are a pain to put away because they hang over the edge of your too-shallow 12” deep closet shelving.

 

  • Last year your 3-year-old son yanked the shelf right out of the wall. Fortunately, he didn’t get hurt – this time.

 

  • You throw your high heels in a jumbled mess on the floors because there are “holes” in the cheap wire…

7 tips to eliminate your scary kitchen pantry before holiday guests show up

7 tips to eliminate a scary kitchen pantry before holiday guests arrive
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The holiday season (and especially Thanksgiving) is the best. We’ve been hosting Turkey-day 23 years and running with our “weird family.” The reason I say weird is all 20 of us get actually get along. No judgmental family members chiming (‘er butting) into your life telling you what you “should” do. Fantastic food including my sister in laws “Greek stuffing.” My sister Venera brings her famous cheesecake. Rose makes cranberry…

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…

You’ve emptied the nest, but are you living in the wrong nest?

If you've become an empty nester but your suburban homes doesn't work for your life and lifestyle today - this article is for you. Learn some fun design ideas and benefits of a home designed for an empty nester. | Innovate Home Org Columbus Ohio
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The story of an empty nester couple whose “nest” no longer fits their lifestyle

You’ve raised Joannie, Anthony and Bobby and lived to tell about it! Too many to mention sleepless nights when they strolled in late from parties with some lame excuse why they were home late. You enjoyed good times with your kids’ and their friends. In a strange way, you enjoyed the craziness that was your home as they were growing up. Now, all 3 “kids”…