An Organized Home is a Happy Home
For a New York City apartment, my friends' apartment is a comfortable size, but it's by no means big. They enjoy objets d'art, music, and reading. They are gourmet cooks, they travel, and they ride their bikes all over the city. They make room for their hobbies and pleasures by being very careful about what they acquire and keep and by using home organizers.
No space is wasted in their bedroom. The headboard has shelves to hold books. Under-the-bed storage boxes containówell, I don't know what they contain; I just know they are there. But Anita and Walter know exactly what's in those boxes because they keep lists of the contents. Walter showed me his sock drawer the other day; pairs of socks are lined up neatly in a special sock storage box. I spend way too much time looking for pairs of socks, so I was very impressed.
The bathroom is fascinating. Perfectly fitting shelves in the shower hold all the shampoos, soaps, and accessories. The waterproof radio has its own shelf. A mirror on a radiating arm attaches to the shower wall. A shower cap hangs from a clothespin that's attached to the wire shampoo shelf.
Around the sink everything has its place. Even the headband Anita uses to keep her hair out of her face when she washes has a special spot on the towel rack. Of course they have soap holders and toothbrush holders.
Their bikes hang on sturdy hooks in the hallwayóready for use but out of the way. Bookcases line that same hallway. And of course the books are categorized and alphabetized.
As for their desks, every paper has its place. Walter has several multi-tiered paper holders on his desk. Boxes of different colors hold different categories of papersóbills, school papers, etc. Anita has a small desk. Every piece of paper is in some sort of box, holder, or container. Personally, I can't find anything unless it's sitting on top of a pile, but I truly admire their organization.
I don't know where Anita and Walter buy their home organizers and storage products. I'm sure there are plenty of places in New York City. Or maybe they buy them online; that's what I would do.
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