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Pack Up The Holidays!

 

TSI_headshotIf you are like me, you are back to work after the holidays.  It is hard to find time to put away all the holiday decorations, let alone where to store everything.

 

And of course, your lovely holiday ornaments, decor and wreaths need to be well protected so they look great when you pull them out next season.

 

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Ornament_storageI suggest investing in the following storage items to save your investment in holiday gift wrap, and decor.

1.  A Christmas tree removal bag:  You can throw away a live tree with this bag, but it can also be used to store your artificial tree, ornaments and all, if you have a place to put it in a large closet or basement.

2.  Gift Wrap Orgaziner: Not only will you have leftover Christmas wrap, but you are sure to use this orgaziner throughout the year for gift wrapping.  If possible, you may be able to store this orgaziner under a bed or cabinet.

3.  Light Storage Bin:  This looks like an ornament storage box, however it has nifty cardboard forms to wrap your holiday lights, to prevent tangling.  How great is that?

After your holiday decor is packed and stored, you may want some help with decorating. Tami Smight Interiors is here to help.  Please call today to discuss your project.  661 430-0127.

Tami Smight Interiors, a full-service interior design firm, has been gracing southern California homes with warm, accessible designs since 2004.

As a certified professional interior designer, Tami Smight shares expert design tips, tricks and trends in her column. Check out her articles in our SCV “Your Home Inside And Out” section.

Pack Up The Holidays!

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