UD and Clutter

From Sarah Pruett:


I recently went to the local book fair and picked up some books on organization. The first book I'm going to read through is called Complete Home Storage (Sunset Book). As I flipped through some of the chapters, I decided it might be helpful to blog about the new things I've learned regarding ways to organize. Why?

1. I want to learn more ways to organize based on making things functional and that work with the concepts of universal design.

2. I feel like there are multiple ways to organize spaces and this book gives many examples on different ways to do so.

3. I don't have a ton of money to buy lots of storage items and containers. Through mypinterest boards and this book listed above I'd like to showcase great ideas to organize on a budget that suits different styles.

Full article:

http://universaldesign.org/complete-home-storage-book-review-universally-designed-tips-and-solutions-premiere

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