As summer time comes to a wrap, “Back-To-School” organization is a big must to kick-off the start of the learning year right. Getting odds and ends sorted can really set-up an individual for daily success and a perfect time to start building those great habits is with college bound students.
Entries Tagged as 'Organizing'
Jul 18, 2014
Some of the best summer vacations involve spending much needed time with family. But getting you and your loved ones their can sometimes get a little hectic, especially if you are a new mom. For the last installment of the Summer Travel Organization series, Kuzak’s Closet and blogger Mira Torres from The Beauty Bohemian, talk about packing for a family and traveling with a baby.
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Jul 16, 2014
Another key part of smart packing this summer season is organizing toiletries and makeup. For part two of our Summer Travel Organization Series, determining product size and streamlining a beauty routine are two essential things to learn for a stress-free packing experience.
Jul 15, 2014
Summer travel is always very exciting. Yet before the actual jet-setting fun, packing for a trip can potentially be very daunting and stressful. Thus this week in our summer travel series Kuzak’s Closet, along with expert guest bloggers, will be teaching organization tips for packing, while sharing this seasons must-pack trends and travel products. For our first post Kuzak’s Closet and Living In Vogue are talking style, helping you pack your vacation wardrobe.
Jun 22, 2014
Its official, Kuzak’s Closet has been voted “Best Blog in Silicon Valley” for a third year in a row, as well as proven to be the who’s who of social media with its Facebook and Twitter page!
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May 27, 2014
There is something so refreshing about a clean and organized laundry room. I love it when all of the household cleaning products are physically and visually accessible. Today I am sharing before and afters from a recent laundry room transformation. For this project it was all about making things visible and clutter free so that all of the “users” in the home could use the space efficiently and maintain it. My client has 5 kids ranging from the mid-twenties to early thirties and they are always finding a reason to drop by their childhood home to do a load of laundry or grab a bite to eat.
My client’s biggest complaint about the space during our initial consultation was that it wasn’t pretty. She said it didn’t feel like part of their home. It’s the first room people see when they come to the home and the last room they see when they leave. I suggested that we remove the existing cabinetry because it was difficult to access and hardly being utilized. I wanted to take advantage of the vertical wall space for storage so I arranged for a handyman to come and install simple melamine shelving. We created a storage plan based on a quick inventory of the items she was currently using/storing. While he was there he also gave the walls, trim, and ceiling a fresh coat of paint, it made quite the difference! The space is so much brighter and inviting, makes you want to throw in a load of laundry doesn’t it? Continue Reading »
May 8, 2014
Hey Hey! I haven’t been the best blogger this week so I thought I’d give you a quick recap of what I’ve been up to lately.
Last week this article was published about Kuzak’s Closet in the local Los Altos newspaper. It was a great little writeup about our services and my recent blog award. It was nice to hear from so many of my clients and estate sale shoppers that saw it and called me or emailed me to offer congratulations. Some of my shoppers even cut it out and brought it to me, how nice! I love my California community!
We have a relatively new craft shop in Los Altos called The Makery. My friend Monica and I stopped in for some craft inspiration last week and introduced ourselves. I’m hoping to partner up with them for an organizing or estate DIY event this summer, I’ll keep you posted.