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We post ideas with practical value for homeowners and realtors. One of the goals of Design Edge is to eradicate design disasters and generate awe for the simple ideas that make our life easier. Collaborative design means professional help to DIY efforts, and support the democratization of design. Practical tips are those when you think " Why didn't it occur to me?"

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Say Goodbye To Winter, Preserving Your Essentials!

Posted on February 2, 2014 at 3:10 PM

As seen on The Yesstylist, you can now learn to make a "boot shaper" to keep your cold- season-shoes from getting wrinkles during the warmer seasons of the year. By doing this, you could also save space in your closet rathe than having a pile of shoe boxes accumulating around! It is as easy and affordable as it looks! Simply gather the materials on the bottom image (or something similar), and aim to follow the steps mentioned on The Yesstylist's website. All you have to loose is a couple dollars and a few minutes of your time... But consider what's to gain: more space, and being able to preserve your favorite shoes longer!

Hide & Seek, As Easy As It Is!

Posted on January 31, 2014 at 4:55 PM

Have you met anyone with no "mixed cords" problems? I sure haven't.  This issue keeps on being more common thanks to the decrease of home telephones. What does home telephones and mixed cables have to do with one another? You might be wondering. Well, it just happens that the old school home telephone cord could turn into your best ally. As seen in the "Expert's Tip" in the Container Store's website, the telephone cords could hide all your crumbled cables, without mixing them around!

Tackling The Most Wanted: Ever Thought of Organizing Your Bottom Closet?

Posted on January 29, 2014 at 4:55 PM

As seen on EPBOT, organizing your flat shoes and sandals can now be as easy and organized as lining up your heels!  This is not only simple, and fun to make, it is also affordable. Not to mention that it could turn into one amazing handcraft activity for kids, to help them learn organization habits! The method is simple; Grab some old, unused hangers and put them to work. 

Here are the steps:

S1- Cut the lowest string of the hanger by the middle; leaving it with two ends.

S2- Roll up each side separately; allowing a double-hanger in ONE support.

S3- Paint, personalize to your convenience... And began to hang those fabolous summer sandals, and spring flats!

Recycle Away While Saving Home Space!

Posted on January 27, 2014 at 5:05 PM Comments comments (0)

As practical as saving your next soda's lid! As seen on Pinterest, this simple trick can save you space where it is most needed, the closet. You will still need the same amount of hangers, so don't throw them away! This trick will only help with the placing space in the closet, it is also convenient to save some time in the morning for professionals... You could just keep your whole uniform, suit, dress clothes together and ready for whenever you need to just rush it out of the house! Those lids are not only available on soda cans, iced teas would also bring it, if you're looking for a healthier choice! 

Label Away!

Posted on January 24, 2014 at 5:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Labeling the cord cables with bread-bag clips -- Perfect for home, the office, or any commercial place.

Sometimes simple practical tips such as this one could save you so much time! And it will all be by recycling!

Build In To Your Taste

Posted on January 21, 2014 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)


You can easily construct a drawer / pantry by:

1. Grab some wood pieces

2. Screw them together

3. Add color

And, viola! Only you would know your master cook secret.



Building in space can be as easy as arranging and adjustin some unsettled furniture.


Build in your monument, and save space at the same time!

Sometimes even adjusting some loose wood pieces can make it work for organizing your materials!

Why not take advantage of every open space in the house, even the inside of the stairs! 
This unusual idea could not only save you space, it will also save you multiple mopping 
trips by keeping all the dirty shoes in one place! Very convenient for households with small

All About Drilling & Hooking, and Viola!

Posted on January 21, 2014 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Who knew attaining this look could be SO simple?!

Screw in some pretty tiny hooks and hang those cups! Show casing your pottery has never been so precise, convenient, and compact!
This tip will provide more space to showcase a wide variety of your best kitchen/home utensils. Also a time saver; it is as easy as drilling some holes, and sticking the hooks!

Wheter the goal is to create something where to put things, or it is to give your kitchen a more cozy look, this might be just right!
It can be as easy as:

1. Attaching some hooks on the ceiling, which can be painted (optional)
2. Grab that old unused ladder, attach some chains to it
3. Stick them together! 

Choosing tricky colors such as purple for your kitchen cabinets

Posted on April 12, 2013 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Recently, two different people that I know wanted to use purple in their kitchen renovation project. Any color properly handled can be fantastic. However, in the case of one of these two people I mentioned earlier, she chose a bright purple color for the cabinets and the result was to say it in a polite way unsatisfactory. When using purple shades my advice is go with darker hues like eggplant. The following link shows a variety of shades that can serve the lovers of that hue.

Kitchen, the room where you can reinvent color

Posted on March 18, 2013 at 2:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Houzz has become a great place for do-it-yourselver to look for design ideas. Brown and beige has been a lifesaver for DIY people to stay on the safe side. The choice of out-of-the-mold colors is a science that belongs to those who have the ability to produce a stylish result. In this article of Houzz you can learn how to use some shades of yellow in your kitchen and not fall into the trap of being too flashy.