Making your own cleaning supplies is a great way to save money, and is very quick and easy to do. The natural ingredients mean you'll be inhaling less chemicals, and they really do an amazing job of cleaning the surfaces. In this tutorial I'll be showing you how easy it is to make your own products.
There's nothing better than launching into a makeover without quite expecting it. My husband and I do love to plan future projects, but this bedroom makeover actually happened quite incidentally. I'm excited to show it to you over the next 3 weeks, it has progressed nicely (albeit slowly!) and we are now absolutely loving our new bedroom space. Ready to launch in?
Organising the spaces in your home doesn't have to be an expensive project. I often use items like shoeboxes, old phone boxes and inexpensive containers as simple but effective storage solutions. Covering the more unattractive containers with pretty paper is an easy way to create a unified look to your space. And of course labels are an essential step in keeping any space organised! In today's episode of The Organised You TV, I'm sharing some tips and tricks for organising your laundry cupboards using inexpensive and simple storage solutions.
This year, I am on a cleaning mission to convert to all natural cleaning products for my home. I started this process last year when I was cleaning the house for our Christmas party and I was testing out different window/glass cleaners. Since then, I've been doing further research into all-natural homemade cleaners, and thought I'd share the first lot of recipes with you today, as I've had great success with them.
Ever since my husband made our entryway console, I have wanted to line those drawers. 8 months later, and I finally got around to it! Lining drawers is a great way to bring a pop of colour to an otherwise boring looking space - I've done it in my bathroom drawers, my daughter's chest of drawers and kitchen drawers. A quick and easy project to make something look a bit more exciting!