As the holiday break starts to come to a close, we have to confront the task of getting the kids and the house ready for back-to-school. As we know, getting back into a routine can be really hard. It can take at least a week to fully get back to normal. However, these tips will help you prepare your home and yourself to make the transition a smooth one.
Is your home ready for the upcoming season? If the answers no, then take a look at our Winter Home Checklist. This guide will help you conquer the most important preventative maintenance tasks just in time for the cold weather.
Do you usually start off Thanksgiving Day by running around trying to remember where you put the tin foil just before everyone arrives? If you answered yes, then we have the solution to make this Thanksgiving Day one of preparedness and relaxation. Go ahead and close your eyes, imagine that you're sitting down with the family, enjoying a nice conversation before dinner is served.
Back-to-school time means getting back into a laundry routine that may include new stains and challenges. Between spilled lunches and sweaty after school activities, we find ourselves doing 4-5 loads of laundry a week. Just when you think you’re finished, the basket starts to fill up again, causing laundry to be your least favorite chore.
Utility closets are most commonly used to house your practical day-to-day appliances and supplies. Featured in a pre-finished maple and white painted oak, this layout is a perfect blend of style and function. An organized utility closet is essential to keeping things in order during your day-to-day chores.
This wall hung reach-in-closet featured in white veneer and accented with polished chrome hardware can maximize your smaller closet spaces to their full potential.
This floor based reach-in-closet featured in white veneer and brushed aluminum hardware, provides plenty of storage space. Our sectional aluminum sliding doors in charcoal with smoked frosted glass are a sleek and functional way to access your belongings. Even compact spaces can have a modern and stylish look.
Essential kitchen products are more easily accessible with transFORM’s custom designed pantries. Your favorite foods are neatly stored in this pantry that features pull-out cabinets, pull-out chrome racks and solid woven wicker baskets. Items like fruits and bagged goods are stored in pull-out chrome racks to help make items more visible. In addition, making inventory of items like hand towel and cleaning products are easier when replacement is needed. Wicker baskets provide a great storage place for small items like coffee, dog treats and cutting boards. transFORM designed a variety of shelf depths for this pantry to accommodate an assortment of items and create an engaging appearance. Shallow and tapered shelves allow boxed goods and sparkling wines to be neatly placed and visible on the top shelves.
The residents of the Palmer Hill Development in Stamford, Connecticut have put custom design in high demand. transFORM Senior Designers Jill Fleischman and Stacey Cowen have dreamed up and brought to life numerous custom projects in the thriving, but compact gated community of 70 townhomes. Ranging from home offices, pantries, wall beds and laundry rooms to simply creating more storage, Jill and Stacey have utilized their versatility as designers. Together these Senior Designers produce truly enchanting work and are dedicated to customer service.