Making donations in Manhattan can be problematic. Expert organizer the Clutter Whisperer reveals six easy ways to donate to charities that are cost-effective and don’t require a car.
Hire the best general contractor by asking these 9 questions first. Plus advice from a home renovations expert!
TV remote and cable box remote, when combined with a DVR, DVD player, and streaming device, become a major pain to manage. Tech expert David Saphier suggests five different universal remotes to help you stop using too many remotes.
Like most New York City apartments, dorm rooms in Manhattan can be tiny and cramped. Finding a place to store your personal belongings can be so complex, it could be a university course. Here you can find a cheat sheet for creating more storage space.
There is an old saying that goes, the state of your room is the state of your mind. And the same can be said about your work desk. With an organized desk, you can be more productive at work.
Professional organizer Sarah Roussos-Karakaian has years of experience helping clients move in with their partners. Her advice touches on how important clear communication is to avoid emotional potholes.
Today we want to introduce you to a decor trick interior designs love: Hanging mirrors. Mirrors create the illusion of space, and are an excellent way to stave off feelings of claustrophobia.
Box Butler believes that with a more organized home, you have a more organized life. To help you achieve order throughout your home, follow our five bedroom storage hacks.
Your shoe collection might be growing faster than you can find places to store your boots. Get creative with these shoe storage tips.