Home // 2012 // August

You Pick it…Which Home Office Would you Chose?

A- Prestige office in a Pearwood  finish melamine with Deco doors and drawers and crown molding, black hood handles and pull out keyboard tray.

B- Prestige Office in a fusion maple finish melamine featuring deco drawers and doors with fluted glass inserts, curved front desk, formica counter top and bottom molding.

C- Prestige office in an African walnut finish melamine with 45 degree peninsula, deco doors with fluted glass inserts, deco drawers and black hood handles.

D- Prestige corner angle office in a pearwood finish melamine with deco doors and drawers and upper cabinets with cubbies.

You decide which home office would you like to have in your home?


Tips to Organizing the Garage

Tip #1: Clear Out Space for the Car

Use Pegboards to clear up the space that is making it difficult to park the car such as rakes, shovels, and nails.

Tip #2: Set Space Aside for Projects

Set up a small area for a desk to work on do it yourself projects. You will need a lamp, tools, and a stool.

Tip #3: Seasonal Shelving System

Shelf space for the items that are only seasonal can be rotated out to have less clutter.

Tip #4: Hide Chemicals

Keep chemicals in a cabinet to avoid the kids getting into it and making a mess or even worse try to drink/eat it. Be sure to put child locks on the cabinets to avoid accidents.

Tips are from Good Housekeeping. Check it Out!


How to Organize a Teacher’s Desk

As schools are back at school, teachers have a lot of paper to either ahnd-out, copy, grade, etc. We will try to keep them all organized over the summer year. Here are a few tips to get started:

  • Keep the desk looking clean and organized. You can have a pen holder with black, blue, and red inks. A Paper organizer for papers that are graded, not graded, or needs to be copied.
  • Throw out anything that is has not been in a couple of years. This will clear out the clutter that has been accumulated.
  • Organize the supply closet so it can be easy to find stuff for a class project. Such as: Keeping markers, crayons, and colored pencils in one area. Paper and Coloring Sheets together. Rulers, Compasses, and Protractors in one area.
  • Have a planner to schedule when to grade papers, return them, parent meeting, etc.

Tell us if you have anymore tips to share on how to keep a teacher organized.

10 Tips For Organizing Your Closets

Found this interesting post on the CNN Living website titled 10 tips for organizing your closets. Everyone has their own way of organizing there closet…what kind of tips can you share with our readers?

Some people find it easy to wait until the season changes to make a change to their closet. Why not spend a little bit of time here and there organizing your closet space, apartment or home? If everyone would spend a little bit of time each day to clean bits, pieces and parts of their closet space we would find it a lot easier to stay organize. Why not start where all of the cluttering begins. Your closet!

Your closet is where you store all of your clothes, shoes and other useful things. If you take a look at your closet and see a disaster…no need to clean it all at once why not start in sections of your closet and move on to the next. Take it day by day, whenever it fits your schedule. For example you could start off by organizing your shoes for the type of season you’re in. You can store your summer sandals in a box and label it “summer sandals” and put that away in a storage space until the summer season comes around. By storing extra unnecessary clothing and footwear like shoes or coats/jackets you would see a major difference in your closet space. You will notice room you never thought you had. Check out some of these tips below and see if these organizing tips can help you.

Tip 1: Clear it out: Distinguish clothing and shoes that you wear and items that you need to get rid of. You can do this by the golden rule of closet organizing: If you haven’t worn it in a year, toss it.

Tip 2: If the shoe fits: If you are keeping your shoe boxes, label what is inside. We like the Post-it Durable Tabs because they offer a writable surface and are quick and easy to apply.

Tip 3: Measure up: Once you have whittled down your wardrobe, you need to assess the layout of your closet.

Tip 4: Get hung up: Invest in the right kind of hanger for the type of clothing you are hanging.

Tip 5: No sweat: Sort sweaters, T-shirts, and other folded clothing by color as well.

Tip 6: Eyes have it: Keep items you use frequently at eye level or below and items you rarely use higher up.

Tip 7: Seasonal change: It’s possible that no matter how much you try to edit and organize, you just have too much stuff to fit in your closet.

Tip 8: Linen closets: Store folded sets of bed linens inside one of the set’s pillowcases.

Tip 9: Storing table linens: Always clean and iron table linens after use.

Credited: http://articles.cnn.com/2009-01-05/living/mhi.organize.your.closets_1_hangers-sweaters-closet?_s=PM:LIVING

Which Closet Do You Like Best?

If you could choose any of the closets above, which would you choose?

Home Office

How would you design your dream home office? What better way to focus on your next project in a work area you can concentrate in. For those of you who have a big family with no where to find some peace and quiet why not consider a Closet World home office? Turn that spare bedroom into something useful. Closet World can make your dreams a reality. For the entrepreneur brainstorming ideas or the college student focused on a degree a home office is beneficial for all circumstances.

Closet World is a complete home organizing service. Our products are custom designed and built with your needs in mind. We offer a huge selection of finishes and accessories to enhance every room of your home. Closet World believes that in order to achieve complete home organization, our units must be more than just functional. That’s why our designs fully complement your home décor and style, allowing you to easily move about your home and simplify everyday activities.



2012 London Olympics

The 2012 Summer Olympics in London has earned 46 Gold, 29 Silver, and 29 Bronze Medals for The United States. Yesterday, was the closing ceremony for the Olympics after two long weeks of competing in 302 events. We took home a gold in Boys/Girls Basketball, Girls Soccer, Swimming, Gymnastics, Wrestling, Track & Field, Cycling, Diving, Judo, Rowing, and Tennis.

Girls Beach Volleyball landed both a Gold and Silver Medals for The United States as we competed against each other in the Gold Medal Match. Jennifer Kessy/April Ross competed against Kerri Ross Jennings/ Misty May-Treanor, competed for the Gold. Misty and Kerri hoped to come home with a Gold Medal and succeeded after a very close match, which was a total of two rounds.

US Men’s Basketball team also placed with a Gold Medal after a difficult game with Spain. We played Spain four years ago in Beijing and beating 118-107 them again was a lot more difficult the second time around. The London Summer Olympics 2012 Boys Basketball Game ended 107-100.

We are proud of every athlete who competed this year and ranked the United States at Number 1. Also, a big  thank you for all the athletes that competed in all the countries being represented in the Olympics.

Summer is Coming to a End

Mission #1: Spend the Day at the Beach

Just take a drive down the Southern California coast, and visit some of the best beaches in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. Get your Vitamin D and don’t forget to apply plenty of sunscreen or sun tan lotion. There’s nothing like the cold ocean water to dip your feet in on a hot summer day. If you live near the coast you can enjoy some of the best sunrises and sunsets. Even if your not a beach person you can enjoy a jog or even a walk along the boardwalk. If your having a rough day just take a drive to your nearest beach and clear your mind and take in the ocean breeze. Enjoy reading? Take your favorite book or the one you never finished reading on your next beach trip. Here are just a few Southern California beaches to look into; Laguna Beach, Coronado, El Matador Beach, Venice Beach, Newport Beach, Hermosa Beach, La Jolla Cove, Catalina Island, Crystal Cove State Park, Santa Monica.

Mission #2: Dine on a Rooftop

Why not enjoy a great view during dinner? There’s nothing like a great sunset or city lights while your wining and dining. The best way to unwind from a stressful day is to be taken to a place you’ve never been. Why not experience what your local city has to offer when it come to dinning rooftop style. If your not looking to dine on a rooftop why not have a couple of cocktails? The nightlife is even better. Check out what your city has to offer in rooftop dinning.

Mission #3: Splurge on Some Ice Cream

Ice cream is the perfect frozen dessert for a hot summer day. People of all ages young and old can enjoy a cup or a cone of ice cream. Now that summer is coming to an end enjoy as much ice cream as you can. There are so many types of ice cream it is hard to only choose one. What’s your favorite flavor? Here are just a few to consider on your next ice cream trip; cheesecake, raspberry ripple, mint chocolate chip, double chocolate, chocolate fudge brownie, honeycomb, cookie dough, pralines and cream don’t forget check out your local ice cream polar to see what they have to choose from.

Mission #4: Dive into One Last Summer Read

Check out your best seller list and look into what interest you. Here are just a few great books on the USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers. Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker, Fifty Shades Freed are on top-selling list by E L James. You could practically take a good book anywhere. Why not close your summer with one last read.

Mission #5: Be a Tourist for a Day

Check out your local monuments in your area. Check out the historical location in your city or town. Visit your local museum or art gallery. If your not into art check out fun and exciting events going on in your town such as music festivals. Do some research and ask around. What does your city or town have to offer? Check out tourist attractions like amusement parks or local fairs. How are you going to spend your last days of summer?

Closet World’s New Website!

Closet World has been gearing up for the public to see a brand new Closet World Website! We have been working hard to make sure everything is in order and to make sure the site is user friendly. You can easily find all of our social sites including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and YouTube. We encourage you to share the new website with your friends and family and we would love to hear what you think about the new site.

Find out tips on organizing, designer projects, and client testimonials. We are looking forward to a brighter future and being able to interact with all potential and existing clients.