Follow these tips when purchasing new rugs for your home.
I can’t believe it’s already spring! I feel like this year has blown by already. I haven’t blogged since Christmas, so I definitely wanted to make sure I gave y’all a proper detailed how-to and display of our family pictures on our stairs!Read more
Hi guys! I wanted to share my favorite items from the Madewell Fall Sale. You can use discount code LTKFALLSALE within the promo code at checkout for extra savings! I absolutely love the plants they have as well as their prints.
Pro tip: Get them printed and get a cheaper frame at Hobby Lobby for your place!
Let me know if you end up getting anything from the fall sale.
Hey guys! If you missed my Stories on social a few days ago, today through Tuesday is the LikeToKnowIt Fall Sale! Participating retailers have items discounted for shoppers who use the LTK app. I’ve rounded up my favorite picks for outdoor living and games. As it starts to get cooler out, more of us in Texas will spend more time outdoors. These items can make a great addition to your backyard and encourage some fun!
The bistro lights make any backyard feel like an extension of your living area, and I love a good hammock for relaxing and drinking my coffee in the mornings. Let me know what you think and if you end up getting any of these for your home.
World Market has always been a favorite of mine for affordable and durable furniture and decor pieces. I’ve added my favorite pieces that have been on sale lately!
Hi everyone! As some of my close friends and family know, I’m a type-A personality and love organization. I know it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but I truly enjoy tidying up. I also realize though it can get to be an expensive and long process. I decided to start out by tackling our pantry. I’ll explain what items we purchased to organize and how we decided to group items.
One of the features I loved the most about the house model we chose, was our pantry. It’s HUGE! Before living in our home, we lived in apartments and our pantries were always so crowded. Since it is so big, we needed storage compartments, so we could really see what we had at home before going grocery shopping.
I had been eyeing OXO storage containers for a while but didn’t want to splurge just yet. They’re usually around $90-$100 for a box of 9. I got lucky and found mine at Costco for less than $60. They have the sale in-store through July 28th, so I would run to your nearest Costco if you’re on the hunt as well.
I then used stick-on labels with a removable chalk marker to label the items that were poured into each container. I purchased these from Amazon that included the labels. A good tip is to pour items that you use most often into the containers, so you can keep refilling it and get rid of the packaging or boxes. For the bags you still have to seal, we use these mini chalkboard clips.
Once my containers were organized, I decided to tackle snacks, chips, and other boxed items we don’t consume as often. I purchased these metal baskets from Amazon that you can stack up, if you have the room, or leave as is. I like that you can see-through your pantry items and chose these instead of the typical wicker baskets.
For jars, rubs, and marinades, I bought two acrylic-like lazy susans. The ones I purchased from Amazon seem to be sold out currently, but I’m linking a similar one here. I also wanted to make sure my spices were organized but within reach when cooking, so I got this spice rack step shelf and arranged them at the front of the pantry.
Lastly, for grocery bags, I purchased this over-the-door organizer which hangs underneath our kitchen sink for easy access. For foil, cling wrap, and Ziplock baggies, I purchased these under shelf hanging organizers that I also love.
While these items may add up, I think having a neatly organized pantry that allows you to quickly see what you have at home and take a quick inventory saves you money in the long run by not purchasing extra items. I still think we have progress to make! The back of the pantry still needs some work as we have a few miscellaneous items stored there. We could also use smaller OXO containers for baking soda and other mixes, but I wanted to show you our progress thus far. Who knows, you may be inclined to tidy up this summer!