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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

93 A Little Organizing Window Shopping

As I mentioned yesterday, Parker and I had come down with the flu last week.  We were the last of the entire family to snag it, so you can imagine that by the time it got to us, we were already exhausted.  And we were quarantined for days so I couldn't wait to get out!  In fact, reading my post yesterday about the desk put some fire in me to do a quick IKEA run to price out add-ons and storage.

While I was out, I couldn't resist snapping some pics with my phone to share.  I saw lots of inspiring storage and organizing ideas.

Of course, you could tour the entire IKEA showroom and feel inspired room after room.  They piece all of their furniture together to create endless amounts of storage and smart space saving living.  It didn't dawn on me to take pictures of most of the items I saw, since I was with a child and we were in a bit of a hurry, but when he finally stopped for a minute, so did I.


I just love this little kid's playroom setup.  Like head over heals in love.  Love the bookcases with cabinet doors and the little crafting/play tables.  All of that storage and wall space just brings pure happiness to me.  We hung out here for a bit.  Then, it was time to move on.

I didn't come home with much, just a couple of cabinet doors and drawers for the new desk and some plastic toy storage bins for the playroom.  I tried to find some good under-mount lighting, but they were all corded so I didn't invest in anything quite yet.

On our way home from IKEA, we just happened to drive past a HomeGoods.  I told Parker I wanted to run in really really quick to look at a mirror.  I was a good mommy, I was pretty quick in there {it's usually a time pit for me and I can't get out without walking every inch and touching everything}.

I couldn't help but stop in the basket/storage aisle really quick, you know, for the sake of the blog.  Wink wink.

Many of you ask me frequently where I got these fantastic white lace baskets:


They were expensive little numbers {which have held up fantastically over the years so I am OK with that}, and from The Container Store.  They discontinued them awhile ago, so I know there have been a lot of sad faces because of that.  I was excited to see that HomeGoods provides a similar option.  Sure, their baskets are made of tin, but they offer a great "cutout" pattern and endless varieties of colors at a fraction of the white lace basket price!


Another basket I get asked a lot about are the green numbers in my laundry room:


Another discontinued basket, but HomeGoods had a similar FANTASTIC option!


Moral of the story.  Check HomeGoods for great, stylish storage.  I find a lot of the designer looks for less there.  It's always so lovely!

I really went in there for a mirror though.  I would love to add one in my studio since I am without natural light.  This one has been catching my eye for awhile now, but I just haven't brought myself to pull the trigger:


It reminds me a lot of one of my most favorite mirrors, Nicole from Making it Lovely pulled it off perfectly:


I try and have a one in, one out rule, and I have a mirror I could use, so if I want to replace it, I have to sell the other.

But it's still fun to look and find inspiration!  I also really loved this option from HomeGoods:


But I think I love Katie Bower's DIY version even better:


After HomeGoods, I had to pick up some groceries.  And since I had allowed myself to get sidetracked thus far, I stuck with it.  And I was at Target.  How do you not get sucked in at Target?  It's my happy place.

Because so many individuals are itching to get organized in January, Target really brought their storage game.  So many fun options to select from, above and beyond their typical fabulousness!

I started out in the budget dollar section.  Always try to find storage on a budget first right?  They had decorative paper trays, which would be great for keys, mail or a desk "in" box.


And lots and lots of receipt/coupon envelope options!


These tin bins have always been a favorite of mine!  They would be great for a Lego "build bucket", or girly girl things like hair supplies, or even corralling laundry essentials in a laundry room!


I also get questioned frequently on the source of the kid's blue quilts in their bedroom.  They were from Target long ago, and Target recently brought back an almost identical option at a great price!


They had some fun little bowl four-packs that I thought would make fun drawer dividers:


But what really left me drooling was the vibrant colors brought into their new storage bin line!

Check out the chevron options!



I also love that they had simple green baskets, but brought in some texture to keep them visually interesting!


I always check out their office supply section always.  They bring out a lot of fun designs and colors.  Like this fun Jonathan Adler-esque file box:


Or these super vibrant organizing bins, sorters and magazine files:


I did happen to get pulled into one tealy aisle that really caught my attention:


Lots and lots of loveliness!  And in my favorite color.  I was so proud of my ability to walk away empty handed.  This time anyway!

Those loving the zig-zag trend, love away!  They had pillows!!


And their new kitchen product line is full of more teal {along with a couple of other color options}, and I fell hard for the honeycomb cutout baskets!


By this point, I had to move along or else more storage would have hopped into my cart.  I was a good girl.  Groceries only this trip.  Not that it was easy... I think I am still twitching...

I know that we find a lot of inspiration these days from blogs, Pinterest and magazines, but I also love to look through store catalogs and even physically walk through stores.  Often times, they have the latest "trends" and offer up so many great combinations and color ideas, that will leave your mind spinning and inspired.  Even if that means re-creating your own versions at home DIY style on a budget!

Where do you go for inspiration?  Anyone else been spying lovely storage options out and about?


93 comments:

  1. Who doesn't like window shopping? If you ever need some more inspiration feel free to check out this great list on organizing and decluttering. Better yet, add your own tips to it: http://www.skinnyscoop.com/list/eden/favorite-organizing-products-and-decluttering-tips

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  2. I'm SO jealous - we don't have a HomeGoods anywhere near here! :( It makes me so very sad everytime I see the great stuff bloggers find! I love all of the baskets, but I don't know where I'd PUT them, I think that's my biggest challenge.

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  3. How fun it must be to go shopper with you!

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  4. I just got home from Target and all of that teal storage stuff reminded me of your blog :) It almost came home with me too- I'm redoing my kitchen in teal and red, just have to figure out how I want to bring the colors in.

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  5. I love Target's new stuff! We checked it out yesterday... window shopping to :) Maybe it will hold out until we get out tax returns??? I hope I hope I hope!!

    Oh I saw some baskets on clearance at Michael's today. Some were $5 or less! Big ones too! They were all darker colors which doesn't really work with my home, but it could work for someone else!

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  6. See, I walked by those little green bowls at Target a few days ago. I thought they were cute but it never occurred to me to use them as storage. Genius Jen! Thanks for the idea!

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  7. I actually bought the aqua tin bin and a few of those paper trays from Target for work! The bin houses my HEALTHY snacks, one tray hold my work "dishware" (my water cups, tupperware, etc), and the other corrals my misc office supplies - kleenex, cleaning wipes, contact solution (you never know...), dusting spray, etc. It was a perfect "makeover" for my overhead storage area in my cubicle for less than $5! And such pretty colors! I "heart" Target's dollar section!

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  8. I went to Target this last weekend and was in heaven with all the cute organization accessories that I found. I could've spent hours in there if my family would've let me. I got tons of Valentine's decorations from the dollar bin, and actually got three of those pink tins that you have in your picture. I had no idea where I was going to use them when I bought them, but I am always looking for cute storage, so I know they will come in handy. And, I feel like everyone else, who doesn't like window shopping?!?!

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  9. I love walking through Target and seeing all the awesome options! I too fell for those adorable honeycomb cutout trays. =)

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  10. I definitely have to check out Home Goods soon!

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  11. too funny, i was just in my local Targe last night & saw the Honeycomb bins in red & blue & instantly thought of you! i guess that makes me an official fan now!

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  12. On sunday I bought the green/teal aper covered trays; file folders; teal desk organizers and a white shade with teal accent ribbon for a quick office redo. Cannot beat the Target prices!!!

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  13. I come here for inspiration, of course! LOVE your blog! And what an ideal shopping day! IKEA, Home Goods, and Tarjay? Jealous!

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  14. Looks like I'm going to head to Target over the weekend! I love all of the zig zag baskets!

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  15. We have neither home goods nor ikea anywhere close. I'm consoling myself thinking of all the time and money I'm saving. Sniff, sniff...

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  16. The zig zag patterns are called chevrons.

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  17. I love walking through Target! Don't get there very often, but when I do, I can get sucked down the wonderful, colorful aisles!!! :)

    Glad you are feeling better!

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  18. Ah, so much loveliness all coralled into one space. Thanks :). I'm a basket/bin fiend like yourself! And we don't have Target in Canada so appreciate the virtual shopping trip!

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  19. I saw all of that at Target yesterday and wanted to buy it all up!!

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  20. I was in Target on my lunch break yesterday and snagged some things in the dollar section. Four of those small trays to start and a few basket-ish items. They also had magazine holders in the same prints as those trays. I'm reorganizing the pantry and bathroom closets so I was thrilled to find some cheap options that go along with items I already had.

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  21. I was in Target the other day and saw the Dollar Spot and all it's fantastic organizational products but I somehow missed the buckets. I've been wanting to pick one up for my son for his legos. This is perfect! I will have to go back (darn ;) ) and pick one up...and maybe a few other items. Our Target is 2 miles from my house and in a mall. I LOVE IT!

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  22. Wow, I'm impressed! You have WAY more self-controlled than this organizing junkie. I'm so glad I don't live in the states near a Target. I think I'd be in trouble LOL.

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  23. I love Target, I actually just bought some organization things from there. All of the things you showed are really nice, I thin I may need to go back. But than again I can also get in trouble and buy too much

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  24. OMG, those honeycomb baskets! I think I may need to make a Target run tonight!

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  25. This post is very timely to me because I am reading it after my Target run. I was not as self controlled as you though. I bought 3 small and 2 large of the plastic weave baskets in the teal color. I'm hoping to amp up the appearance and organization of my laundry room with those. Thanks for sharing!

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  26. I love to go "shop-looking" as I call it. I end up spending like 2 hours wandering around whenever I go to Target by myself. Since it was my birthday this weekend I made the husband go with me to bum around The Container Store, mostly for ideas since it is so much more expensive!

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  27. I love that HomeGoods mirror! I just did a whole cabinet makeover with the green zig zag baskets:

    http://domesticfordummies.com/2012/01/cabinet-primping.html

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  28. where did you get the bins you use for legos? i saw that pic on the all for the boys blog and love your idea. are those just craft storage bins?

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  29. My favorite stores :-) I actually just purchased that same metal bin on clearance from Homegoods and the Target dollar spot has been loaded with good stuff lately. I got some plastic bins with handles to organize our fridge. Fantastic post :)

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  30. I spotted those zig zag baskets right after Christmas and had to snag a teal one for our new playroom. LOVE it. I also picked up one of the small plastic green baskets with the fun weave and one of those teal wall file holders. Target sure does suck a person in! I also have some of those paper trays from the dollar section and a pretty file box from their office supply section. Love them all! Almost got sucked in to buying one of those metal honeycomb-ish baskets in the kitchen aisle. I restrained myself, like you said, "this time..." lol Love your blog!

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  31. Australian Target has NOTHING on the US :o( It's practically torture seeing what is available to you over there, when our Target is lucky to have boring overpriced at best!

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  32. Store porn! My favorite! Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately, I need to go to Target tonite, and now I'm gonna have to look at all this stuff :)

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  33. I have been ready your blog lately and am in full organization mode for the new year. I just love all of your ideas and your style. I went to Target last week looking to score some cute organizing essentials and everything I bought you showed in this post!! I guess I'm on the right track. The fun textured plastic bins, the metal buckets and the exact same file box. Yeah!

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  34. I spent a silly amount of time walking around Target on the weekend with my jaw dropped. They really have great lines right now. Very proud as I only bought one zig zag container and one pillow! Great round up of cute things out there right now.

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  35. Ha ha just had to laugh because you wrote that you were "with child" rather than "with a child" or "with children" Love your blog and use your ideas all the time!

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  36. I was so at Target today drooling over all the same items!!! I walked out empty handed too...it was a grocery only trip as well! So funny. Anyway...still trying to figure out where I "need" all those fab organizational containers! I'm sure I'll come up with something! Thanks for sharing...and giving me ideas to fuel the fire.

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  37. I agree with Cassie: us aussies dont have the same great stores as you have. But luckily we do have an ikea around but it is a truggle to get there withoout kids in tow.

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  38. @Anonymous,
    Maybe I am really "with child"...

    Or not, totally joking. :) I was just typing too fast again and spell check doesn't catch my grammatical errors.

    Off to fix that...

    xoxo!
    Jen

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  39. So glad to hear everyone's doing better know and especially with some window shopping therapy! I LOVE those quilts from Target and also purchased two green ones for my boys (and when they went on sale no less..woohoo!). I've been listening to Feng Shui techniques while I work out and definitely feel inspired to go check out some of those cool items you photographed...especially the metal buckets for $2.50!

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  40. I'm dying to get to Ikea, the closest one is 2 hours away!! But, there is a Target right down the road! I hit up the dollar spot last week and got lots of teal storage for my pantry re-do! My target had lots of plastic teal square containers for $1. I grabbed 4, not knowing what I would use them for. Turns out they are awesome for holding loose oatmeal packets, spice packets, popcorn...I added some chalkboard labels you featured on here before, and voila!! LOVE!! There were some Itso bins on clearance too! The only regular priced item I got was one of those plastic chevron bins. I had to have it! I used it to throw all my baking items in (cookie cutters, decorator, food coloring, etc). I was hoping to use a lighter turquoise for my pantry storage, but couldn't pass up the price!!

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  41. We don't have a Home Goods store near where I live, so that isn't an option for me, but we DO have Target, and I remember seeing lots of those items the last time I was there! I am drooling right along with you! Turquoise is my favorite color as well, and it is hard to resist the beautiful stuff! I simply cannot wait to see what finishing touches you bring to your studio! I know it will be exquisite!

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  42. Is the Target by you also a Super Target?? It seems like it has a lot more than my Target does. I don't live anywhere near a Super Target...actually I don't think there are any in Michigan. I have been looking for the organizer you have for craft storage and for the storage bins you used for hand me downs in the different colors. LOVE your blog btw! It has motivated me SO much! Can't wait to see what you bring to 2012! -Kim

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  43. I am so jealous of US Target - like Cassie said, Target here doesn't have half of these things. Definitely no groceries, so there goes that excuse! =p

    I do love window shopping though. I have friends who say they don't like it because they can't buy things, but I love looking, and planning what could be done with things.

    Plus, I find it helps me remember things down the track when I have a problem and need to find a solution.

    Most of my window shopping is done online these days, but it's just not the same as wandering around an actual shop.

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  44. I could live in Target and HomeGoods. Love. Those. Stores.

    I'm not saying this in a mean way, so please don't think I'm being snooty, but it is spelled aisle not isle. Isle is a word, but it's not what you mean here. Gah, I feel like such a jerk for writing this, but I'd like to know if I spelled something wrong on my blog. Please don't hate me!

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  45. I love Target and Ikea. I seem to end up in Target at least once a week. Great for my mood but bad for my wallet. My son loves to play with the video games in Target, but I think I'm going to put an end to it, because they are set ridiculously loud!

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  46. I love Target. I noticed yours more stuff that I haven't seen mine yet. Im In Los Angeles area. They have many great office organization. I love Home Goods which is few minutes drive from my home. I heard they are having new The Container store next door to Home Goods. So happy that It is closer I usually go like 45 minutes away. I have agree with you it is good way to get cheaper opinion of decorating that are similar things. I love beds from pottery barn and I couldn't afford so I found identical at IKEA saved me 700!! So it worked out great. I like budget finds that similar to expensive finds!

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  47. I Love HomeGoods!! I just got a couple pieces of decor from there.

    April
    wolfelicious.blogspot.com

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  48. OMG! I feel like we are sisters! Please check out my new blog pastichepuggle.blogspot.com...I JUST posted the other day about a mini makeover (for my master bedroom) that was inspired by HomeGoods (I'm a brand new blogger so this is all new to me!) AND I have those exact same file boxes from Target in my sunroom/office that I will eventually be featuring..please check it out and let me know what you think...I love your blog!!!

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  49. Jen, I just had to say THANK YOU for sharing all of your finds! I feel like I had a mini outting to Target while I actually was sitting in bed nursing my baby while my husband was watching a boring game on tv! :D I NEED those green textured baskets, and LOVE the white circular mirror from HomeGoods! I think you should pull the trigger ;) You will smile every time you walk by it :)

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  50. Nice blog, hi friend, i found that there is one website offering free puzzle games. Just take one minute to sign up then you will receive one free puzzle game. Its URL is http://www.684899.com/en/CosmicCreature/project_1.htm I've done it and now i am enjoying it. Would you like one?

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  51. Never been to Ikea. Stopped by target and picked up 3 portion clear plastic "silverware" divider. Cleaned up 2 drawers probably will trash most of extras and junk. I should take another look at the $ paper trays and then off to Home Goods for those metal lace bins. Those might work for hubbys' mail. Helen S

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  52. LOVE the turquoise basket for 12.99, I think it is for fruit, but it could be used so many ways. I have had my eye on it for a few weeks now and I just might have to get one this week. I very rarely buy stuff without a specific purpose for it, so please help me find one. My living room has that color in it, but I don't think I have anywhere to put it where it would really shine. so in love with that basket, looks even better online.

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  53. I recently bought the green plastic woven looking baskets for my pantry! I love them and I need to go back and get a a few more to finish my pantry up:) Love your post and all the inspiration!! I tackled a big organization nightmare tonight in my bathroom and I am so happy with the results and the bag of trash going out to the trashcan:) Thanks for inspiring me to simplify our house and organize what we need everyday!

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  54. I just made a trip to Target and saw all of those lovely things and of course I didn't walk away empty handed. I got the black and white zig zag container and the zig zag box with lid. Love them and they looks great in my office!

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  55. The fabulous lace basket is still for sale! You can find it online here: http://www.shoprelish.com/store/pc/Carrie-Bike-Basket-Shopping-Cart-White-p220.htm

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  56. @MamaMunky - thanks so much for catching that and no worries, I always appreciate the heads up, as long as people are as sweet as you! :)

    xoxo!
    Jen

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  57. Target in Australia doesn't have anything nearly as nice as those chevron containers!!! I would buy them in a heartbeat.

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  58. we don't have target here.... wah! But apparently it's coming, so yay! so is Ikea! They say Ikea will be opened by the end of the year but I drove by last week and it doesn't even look like they started building it yet. just the ginormous sign that says "coming soon!"

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  59. Don't forget your tape measure when you go to the store. I recently did some organization with the 5 cube Expedit organizers, and I needed to get some stuff to put inside of them to help organize. I LOVED the teal hanging file folder holder at Target, but it was too wide for my shelves, because I wanted the holders to be facing forward.

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  60. Most of my inspiration comes from Target of a magazine.

    ~Mrs. Delightful
    Ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  61. I wish our Australian Target's had half as much of what you guys have over there...it's not right I tell you!

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  62. Wow, now I'm really feeling the pull to go to HomeGoods & Target! I need some new storage baskets for the box shelves I recently built for my office... some of those options would be perfect!!! I really love the wire ones from HomeGoods!

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  63. Staples just started carrying an exclusive Martha Stewart/Avery Home Office line of products. Talk about 'eye candy'! I took some photos and shared with my neighbor who was appropriately excited for me although she was probably thinking how out of control I am :)!) The photos are shown in my blog post.
    http://organizedpictures.wordpress.com/2012/01/11/organizing-life/

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  64. I wish I could bottle you up and take you shopping with me all the time. I love your style and your eye for organizational deals Jen!

    Jen
    www.1creativemomma.blogspot.com

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  65. OMG you just went to my 3 favorite stores!!! I'm soooo going to Target ASAP. Love what you took pictures of. I need some storage ideas for some cabinets in our Laudry Room and I think these would be perfect {those clear zig-zag ones}. Thanks soooooo much for sharing Jen. :)

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  66. i should not have read this. i have a couple free hours today, so now i'm anxious to go to target! whoops!

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  67. Thank you so much for this post! It makes it that much easier to replicate the amazing things that you do! I am making a Target run today to check out all of the stuff! Very very useful!

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  68. I died over those zig zag baskets at Target the other day! I'm definitely going to integrate a couple into my linen closet. It looks like I need to make the 45 minute trip to Home Goods soon too. :)

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  69. Love this entire post....oh Target sometimes they have the best stuff!

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  70. Do you know the name of the Ikea shelves with doors at the bottom that's shown in the playroom photo? Love it!

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  71. Hi Jen, wow, such an inspiring post! Thanks for the great ideas and the shout out. Your friends at HomeGoods

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  72. Jen,
    Thanks so much for the inspiration! I heart the Target dollar spot! I picked up the paper trays and a clipboard today. Woohoo!
    Planning a trip to IKEA soon {the closest one is 3 hours away}!
    Thanks,
    Niki

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  73. Hi Jen! Where did you find your laundry basket pictured in this post? I love it! Btw, my new rug just got delivered from Urban Outfitters! :)

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    1. YAY for the new rug! Don't you LOVE it?!

      The basket is from Target. It's with in their home storage area next to other woven baskets.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  74. Great ideas. Keep them coming. I do the same on my design FB fan page, an out and about series. My fans really like it! I have several to get posted!

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  75. Teal is my absolute favorite color and I love those teal baskets at Target too. They're adorable and I have to snatch some up before they are gone!

    I just discovered your blog a couple of weeks ago and I love it so far! It's helping me be a more organized person in 2012.

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  76. This post makes me want to cry and smile at the same time. Target is my FAVORITE, but I've been living in Korea for the past 2.5 years and never get to see any of this. Thanks for giving me some nice eye candy and a trip back to one of the best parts of America. :-)

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  77. I definitely do not have your restraint...went to Target last night and came home with a red honeycomb cutout basket. The pile of remotes look awesome corralled in it! I love that it's metal and not plastic (trying to wean myself off of plastic, very tough thing to do when you love organizing and containers)

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    1. I love that you are moving away from plastics... agree it's a challenge when organizing however.

      What a genius idea to use it as a remote holder! You are twisting my arm to return to the store for the teal one... lol.

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  78. IKEA was my inspiration throughout planning our move to our smaller house. We are SOOOOOOOOOOO much happier with LESS space and LESS junk! I work walking distance from an IKEA so I go in there from time-to-time for inspiration. I love Target's Dollar Section (and Dollar Tree stores) for organizing stuff, too. I got my d some of the things you pictured (the cute little storage tubs and matching list-style papers) for xmas--she LOVES stuff like that.

    Great blog!

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  80. I am new to your blog and totally in love with your ideas. I heart organizing also! Do you happen to know the names of those cabinets and tables in the IKEA playroom you hung out in? I was drooling over your original playroom cabinets from IKEA, but these are even better and so cute!

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    1. Not sure - Based on the depth of the bookcases I would guess it is all from the BESTA line.

      xoxo,
      Jen

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  81. I saw ALL of these fabulous goodies in Target yesterday and I seriously thought I was in heaven. LOVED all the teal and red. Very dangerous on the bank account right now!

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  82. You are killing me...one of my new ears resolutions was to curb my shopping until I accomplished some organizing in my house...cant bring more in until I get some stuff out. Target is my weakness as I can bring bags and bags home...trying to forget I just saw this!!!

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  83. I was wondering if you remembered the name of cabinet line from the IKEA children's art space? The wall unit with desk underneath is exactly what I am looking for. Thanks for such an awesome blog!

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  84. Chevron! Much cooler to call it chervron than zig zag. *snort! But yes, Target is RIGHT on trend with the chevron and honeycomb! Love ya Target!!

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  85. Can I ask for your help? I am redoing my office with husbands permission (!!!!!!) and I love them things from Target. I was thinking of doing my walls the color of your living room ( I LOVE that color) and wanted to use the teal blue from Target for my boxes and such. Do you think those colors would look right together? Please Help!!!!! Thank you!

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    1. Heck yes they would. :) I use both those colors together in my living room right now and they are ultra fab :) I mean sparks daily smiles fab!

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  86. Where did you find the lego storage units?? My son needs these!!!

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    1. They are the TROFAST system from Ikea. Love love!

      xoxo!
      Jen

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  87. It is my dream to be as organized as you seem to be. It is always a work in progress when you have a toddler. I just posted about redoing my daughters room and the Trofast was one of my purchases. I was glad to see you had the same idea. I substituted the Ikea kids table for $7.99 white side table. The measurements were basically the same and we saved a ton.
    Best,
    sara
    consumptionchatter.com

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  88. love that storage system in ikea showroom. the frames are besta and the doors are stuva.
    stuva does not make tall frames in 15" depth.
    pinning this :)

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