<p>A few weeks ago I posted on Periscope asking for advice for how to create a DIY command center. (PS: Are you on Periscope?! It's fun! I'm at sarahrbagley.) I said I wanted something like the Pottery B</p>
The first thing I did was purchase a few closet organization gadgets. These are normally for shoes but I used them to store the cleaning products we use most. If you are thinking about doing something like this make sure to put your money in strong ones since you are going to be adding a good amount of weight to them.\n As you can see this is not a huge space BUT we have room for cleaning supplies, hygiene supplies, our ironing board, vacuum, mop, broom, and more… So awesome!
Just what I want for my house: items left around the house go into the person's bin. At the end of the day, they can put their own things away. Space above for a calendar, and folders to collect papers to be filed, mail to be opened, etc.
BATHROOM If we get one small enough, we could put it in the little nook opposite to the sinks. We each get baskets for extra shampoos & soaps we have to store, and then our own towels on the other side!
Even if you're best friends with your roommate, you'll still probably encounter some issues involving money and shared responsibilities. We put together a list of the best apps to help with splitting costs!