Decorating for the holidays can be a lot of fun. But putting everything away once the holiday has passed?
Not so much.
One way to make the chore of taking down holiday decor less of a pain is to have functional and easy-to-use storage options that will keep those decorative items clean and looking like new year after year.
Check out these cheap, 7 holiday decoration storage ideas and have a plan in place now so that next year, decorating and “un-decorating” will be a breeze.
Homeowner insurance companies will tell you that water is the number one cause of leaks in homes. The leaks can come from a split line in your washing machine, water heater, a burst pipe, a broken pipe or supply line under your sink, a clogged toilet, sewage back up from the mainline, leaky roof, and outside cracks on your home or foundation.
What crafter hasn’t purchased something – or perhaps a lot of “somethings” – that they already had, just because their craft area was spread across several different closets and/or under the bed in those ugly plastic storage totes?
Or is that just me?
There’s something refreshing about making your dwelling along a beautiful natural shoreline, whether you’re near the ocean or a lake. You get a nice view, cooler air, and easy access to some outdoor activities that you can’t do in landlocked locations. Although you may have your heart set on finding a home near the water, it’s not always clear where exactly to direct your sights. If you need some initial guidance, check out the best waterfront areas to buy property in that we list below.
Depending on where you live, you’re probably seeing the signs of fall all around you.
And with fall comes time spent with family – and friends – as the year draws to a close and the dark and cooler winter months (for most of us) lie ahead.
This is also the start of the “holiday” season; a fact that’s evidenced by the bountiful decor that began to line store shelves before the weather even started showing signs of change!