Entryways and mudrooms serve two major functions, points of entry and pick-up/drop-off areas. As a point of entry, you want them to be inviting for family and friends and make a positive impression of your home. As a pick-up/drop-off area, they need to be “full service” for your family, assisting with organized comings and goings. […]
For some people, “organization” is a scary word. They think it means boring and no spontaneity or freedom. But Tailored Living’s® whole home organization specialists know that the exact opposite is true.
Organization gives structure and harmony allowing life to flow smoothly
Disorganization is synonymous with chaos, disorder and … an unholy mess
Think about it. […]
It’s not unusual for a home to have two main points of entry, the front door and the adjoining door between the garage and the house. Your family’s activities and lifestyle will determine which entryway sees the most action and, ultimately, the most clutter. For example:
A family’s school-aged bus riders will probably enter through […]
Backyards come in all shapes and sizes from a small, enclosed patio to a rambling yard that disappears into the surrounding forest. One thing all backyards have in common is that people love to spend time there, especially in the summer and the more comfortable, the better.
So, how does your backyard rate on a scale […]
A little organization can make a big impact. If your entry way or mudroom has gotten piled up with summer and back-to-school paraphernalia, clearing out “the old season” and organizing for the upcoming winter months with custom storage solutions will ensure functionality, convenience and safety for your family. You’ll be ready for whatever Mother Nature […]
Ah, the entryway. It can be anything from crossing the threshold directly into the living room to a cavernous, echoing foyer with a spiral staircase going up and up…
Wherever you fall on the scale (threshold–1; echoing foyer–10), you want your entryway to be inviting. It’s where you welcome guests into your home, as well as […]
he front entryway for many families is like grand central station where keys jackets, and rain boots can quickly clutter an area that would be better suited to make a great first impression for unexpected guests. Whether you live with a large family or a busy one, or you entertain guests often, an attractive and […]