Is your home looking tired? Are you feeling uninspired? The good news is you don’t need a total home renovation in order to change things up. There are plenty of easy and inexpensive things you can do to your home that will make it look bright and fresh again. And the good news is there are also plenty of budget ideas that are earth-friendly too.
This Laundry Rescue with professional Organiser Anita Birges, has completely changed the way this family uses this space. What's more, the laundry is not only functional, it looks great too!
Mini Makeovers for your fridge, drawer, bathroom vanity, office and toys
There is nothing like stepping back and appreciating your efforts to overhaul a space. Sometimes the changes can be minimal, other times a complete system is replaced to ensure the space works better going forward. Big or small, decluttering and organising a space can change the way we live and feel in a space. Refer to makeovers before and afters.
Doing your wardrobe on a budget doesn’t necessarily mean going for the cheapest alternative. With a little forethought and planning your wardrobe makeover can be created in stages, not only allowing you to save for the ultimate solution but allowing you the time to determine what inclusions you really want. Here we show you how we made over a U-shaped wardrobe by using the Howards Neata Shelving System. Start with the Basics, then when your budget permits, add the finishing touches! Part 2 – The ultimate solution for this difficult u-shaped space – including drawers, sliding shoe racks and archive storage.
It doesn’t cost a lot to go from a disorganised pantry to one that is ordered. With the inclusion of a few clever organisers to help group items and maximise your cupboard space, you will not only have more room, but will save money as you will not be doubling up on items hidden away.
When space and money is an issue, thinking outside the box without spending up big can really make a difference. Here are 5 essentials for a Wardrobe Makeover on a budget.
No room and no budget? Do you know a student who could do with a little help? Make a difference in someones world with some clever organisers and a few small changes. Uni student Karla and her partner Will are happy to have a kitchen that is much more user friendly.
Doing your wardrobe on a budget doesn’t necessarily mean going for the cheapest alternative. With a little forethought and planning your wardrobe makeover can be created in stages, not only allowing you to save for the ultimate solution but allowing you the time to determine what inclusions you really want.
Carol shares with us the stages of her downsizing journey and how Howards has made a difference to her life in her new home.
Tami and Phil chose to trade their suburban life for a beachside apartment lifestyle in Manly on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Howards and Bettina Deda helped them fine-tune their smaller living space.
If you want a very satisfying makeover to complete in a day, the linen cupboard may just be your project. In this inspirational makeover, Sophie called in the Howards team to totally renovate a tired old cupboard. The old shelving was removed and replaced with a highly functional neata shelving system, complete with drawers. Space was planned for the ironing board and even the vacuum cleaner.
We look at a Décor Match Ups Pantry Makeover with Vicki McKenzie, who won a $500 prize pack in the Spring 14 Write and Win Competition. View the Article Here
We speak to the experts on why organisation and maximising storage is so important for the caravan and RV. View the full article HERE
The Howards Team worked together with Katrina from The Organised Housewife to makeover her 11 year-old son’s wardrobe. See what she thinks of his new elfa wardrobe solution. As seen in the September 2014 Howards Catalogue. View the interview HERE.
Anyone with a large family knows that the smooth running of a laundry is fundamental to a busy household. With three young boys and a husband, no one knows this more so than Sonia. Let it be said, that pre-makeover Sonia was very organised but her laundry presented ‘limited space’ and ‘next to no storage’ challenges. See how we helped convert her laundry, into an amazing space that Sonia is incredibly proud of. Interestingly, when we stopped and really broke down the issues, the solution didn’t just focus on her laundry. A supreme solution was created by adding a family distribution station in the utility room next door where the ironing was being done….