Wednesday, September 11, 2013

33 Reader Spaces: Monthly Link Up Greatness!

Are you all ready to be hit with a huge dose of organizing awesomeness?  I love these days because I get to spend hours and hours reading about your incredible organizing accomplishments, and then share your inspiring projects and ideas with others!  Have I mentioned that I have the best job ever?  And don't you just love how we are all continuing to inspire one another to get creative, crafty and organized?  I couldn't imagine life any other way!


Once again, you all prove the power of a little motivation, drive and paint.  From recovering a box with pretty paper to DIYing some labels to entire closet and room overhauls.  I am blown away with all of your hard work and dedication and what I love most, is that these are real projects done by real people!  So THANK YOU to all that linked up in August {and remember, there is still time to share your September stories as well!}.  Let's get this party started!


Chaney decided to overhaul her kitchen by clearing out her cupboards.  That is my favorite way to organize as well!  And her end result allowed her to maximize her use of space!

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I am always looking for inspiration when it comes to organizing the garage.  Victoria and her hubby maximized a nook in their garage with oodles of glorious shelves!

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Kristin took advantage of the height under her bathroom sink, my utilizing mini-stacking bins!  Love the color and the fact she can divide her contents in open faced storage!

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And I always love how my friend, Courtney, uses shoe pockets as organizers all around of her home.  Even to utilize the cabinet door as a place to stash bathroom goodies.

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It has been awhile since I have had to organize for babies, but it still warms my heart to check out baby organizing solutions.  I am over the moon in awe of May's beautiful dresser, and how she made the most of the space inside those princess-esque drawers!

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Angela always has great tips for organizing for littles.  How great is her baby dressing-changing station, all tucked away behind doors?

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There are some organizing solutions that prove essential and awesome time and time again.  Like family command centers and stations.  I love the way Erin maximized the space in her little entry nook.

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Christy made the most of an empty wall in her laundry room, by installing hooks for backpacks.  But what I am most smitten with, is that she also added magnetic tin above for managing daily school paperwork and chores!

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Here is another example of what building in some storage can do to an unused nook.  Instant mudroom with the addition of some simple cabinets, paintable wainscoting and hooks!

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Do you ever tire of seeing fabulously organized linen closets?  I could gaze at them day after day.  So in love with this one done by Kim.

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And this one by Leah.  Those navy shelves paired with natural linens and woven baskets creates such a beautiful end result!

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And let's talk about kitchens and pantries for a moment.  Ashley emptied her pantry, painted it and created lovely labels.  Opening that door will be sure to bring a smile to her face day after day!

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Lizzie uses a small shelving unit to hold her extra kitchen gadgets and appliances.  Not only is she maximizing her kitchen storage space, that blue is simply brilliant.

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Sometimes the solution is as simple as a basket.  Cassie cleared countertop clutter, by corralling it in a pretty basket tray.  Stylish and functional for the win!

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Jess did a great job turning a cabinet from Target into an organized home bar.  Happy hour has never looked prettier!

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We chat a lot about organizing the inside of our home, but what about our second home, the car?  That requires maintenance and organization as well, and Kristin knocked it out of the ball park with her glove box filing system.

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I have always been a believer that your desk should emote happiness.  I am willing to bet that Wendy whistles while she works at her updated workspace!

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Speaking of happy, how great is this craft cart?  It was up-cycled with spray paint and given storage, labels and even a place to hold pretty papers!

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Organized workspaces aren't just for adults. I heart that Charlotte created a place for her sweet  Eleanor to let her imagination run wild.  And her cheek to cheek grinning proves that it was a success!

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Again, endless thanks to all of you that take these monthly challenges and run wild with your ideas and creativeness!  September link party is still open here!


33 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for including my armoire baby changing station! I am so inspired by everyone's projects, so it's an honor to be in such great company!

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    1. Absolutely Angela! You always have so many great ideas!

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  2. Thank you, Jen, for featuring my glove box filing system! I love your blog. I mean LOVE it. You are such a huge inspiration to me and I am honored to be featured here today. Thank you!

    Kristin @ Everyday Organizing

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    1. Thank you so much Kristin! Your auto organizing folder is pure genius! Happy to share!

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    2. I love this idea! How handy is it to keep car paperwork in the car. I will be doing this today in both of our cars!

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  3. Thanks for the love, Jen!!! So (SOOO!) excited to have a tiny little place of your IHeart world. :)
    xx
    Charlotte @ Ciburbanity

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    1. Thanks for linking up and sharing your great art station Charlotte!

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  4. Such pretty spaces! They all did a wonderful job :)

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  5. I feel so inspired! I just moved, so everything is crazy right now. These feel like easy ways to make my new home so much more organized. I love all the baskets!

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  6. Thanks so much for the feature! I am in love with my shoe organizers! That last art space. . . I want that for myself!

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    1. Me too! Isn't it wonderful? And I totally need more shoe organizers in my life, they work for everything!

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  7. Thanks so much for featuring my craft cart. Lots of love for that! These other projects are amazing. Is it bad that I can't stop browsing all the link ups. I need an intervention!

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    1. I love your craft cart! I am giddy for the gold wheels and the papers on the side, you did a great job!

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  8. I'm going to go ahead and be the random commenter today. I LOVE your new pic! Gorgeous, girl!

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    1. Thank you so much Colleen! :D So kind of you!

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  9. love your picks! i wanted to check out the original blogs and found that Kristins is not linked and organziationbytheocean is not accessible for everybody - that´s really sad!!

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  10. I love all these ideas - organisation and neat and tidy at it's best!! I can't wait to move into our new home and get cracking on all our spaces x

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  11. Hi, I also was denied access to organziationbytheocean's blog. I wanted to see if they had a link to those multicolored drawer carts. They are just what I've been looking for.

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    1. I believe they are similar to these: http://www.walmart.com/ip/15408466?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227000622938&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=13690795990&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=34447097950&veh=sem

      Thanks so much!
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    2. Sometimes I see them in Michaels too.

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  12. I've always wanted to link up to one of your organising parties Jen but have never been organised enough to do it! LOL Linking up my simple pantry reorg in a very tight space using things from around the house.

    Anne xx

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  13. Thanks so much for the feature and for being such a gracious host!!

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  14. You are so sweet to include my Mudroom Wall! It is by far the biggest project that I've tackled to date and I still want to go back and add crown molding like you did at your work station. Hopefully that will happen soon! Thanks again for all the inspiration and daily eye candy!

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  15. People are so creative! Love being able to soak that in :D Thanks for having this all set up! And this month I was able to share some of my organization projects as well :)

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  16. Ahh, thanks so much for including my cabinet reorganization! I'm so thrilled to see it here. Hope you have a wonderful day!

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  17. I am so excited! You have totally made my day by featuring my linen closet! Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a fabulous day!

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  18. Thank you so much for featuring my desk downsizing project!! I nearly fell out of my chair when I was just scrolling along and saw it. I'm totally flattered! Thanks Jen!

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  19. Hi Jen! Thank you so much for featuring my baby dresser post! I am overjoyed to know that you took time out of your busy schedule to check out everyone's links. You are so thoughtful and such an inspiration for all of us organizers, bloggers, and mommies! Thank you so much! :)

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  20. Hi! :) Hope you're doing good!
    Those featured posts are really nice!
    Your blog is amazing! I've read it for a few years now!
    (wish you would look at one of my organizing posts! - even though I'm just a student!)
    -Kavya :)

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