Spruce up your home with creative decoration ideas, organizational tips, housekeeping techniques, and product recommendations. You'll find everything you need to keep your home clean, clutter-free, and comfortable for your family.
Update your child's room with these playful projects.
Haven't cleaned out your refrigerator since the Ice Age? Experts show you what to boot--and what to buy.
Craft stylist and contributor Amanda Kingloff tells us how she turned her kids' hodgepodge bedroom into an airy space to sleep, play, and grow.
Save yourself a load of headaches during the next school year by getting organized now.
What are your best #parentshacks? We reached out to DIY blogger Delightfully Noted to share her cool household hacks to make life just a little bit easier. You'll find quick and inexpensive life-changing hacks for organization and birthday parties.
Your creative kid loves her arts-and-craft supplies, but all those crayons, markers, paintbrushes, paper, and other supploes and materials may be difficult to organize. Learn what to toss and what to keep, and how to make her artistic space more organized.
Refresh your space in an afternoon with a project from the moms behind the design blog Classy Clutter.
Get your kids organized with crafty cleaner-uppers that will brighten up their rooms too!
This pantry staple can do a lot more than just dress your salad, and it's got the buzz to prove it. Find out why apple cider vinegar is one of your kitchen's most versatile ingredients.
Is it time to get rid of some of your child's playthings? This system will ensure that the right toys are tossed.
Everything in your child's space should have a place! Here is the best way to keep toys organized in your playroom, living room, or child's bedroom, while making sure they are still easily accessible.
Transform the bathroom into your kids' happy place with cool products and double-duty DIYs.
Four months ago, a tea light tipped over in Rosie Saunder's house and caused a fire that left her family displaced. Rosie shares her story with Parents in honor of National Home Fire Drill Day on Saturday, October 15.
Our homes are filled with products containing potentially harmful chemicals that have long gone unregulated. Finally, progress is being made--but you still need to be vigilant about protecting your family.
Your child's schoolwork, artwork, keepsakes, and other creations can pile up quickly. Learn what to keep and what to toss, and how to organize what you have.
If you're thinking about buying a bigger home for your expanding family, be sure you've thought through all the big issues that come with a big move.
Delight the Lego fans in your family -- and keep the avalanche of tiny bricks from burying your house -- with these organizing ideas.
These easy, inexpensive ideas can help transform your home and add creative spaces your kids will love.
If your kid's clothing is no longer fitting in her closet, don't fret. There may be more storage in there than you think. Learn how to make the most of the closet space your child's bedroom offers.
Chip and Joanna Gaines tackle the big questions. TV in the bedroom, kids decorating their own rooms, and man caves: hot or not?
Transform a little-used closet into an out-of-this-world spot where kids can hang (or hide). A brightly colored interior and circular cutouts add to the fun. You can hire a professional, or follow our DIY guide from Incorporated Architecture and Design in New York City.
A Brooklyn dad built a spaceship loft bed for his son that will blow your mind.
With plenty of paint, some simple crafts, and a few budget-friendly finds, a first-time homeowner transforms a blank-slate room into a happy nest for her two girls.
Ready to #conquerclutter? Our 31-day plan will help you get organized in no time! Follow the super-simple weekday steps and then dive into more in-depth bootcamps on the weekend. You can also download an organization calendar to track your progress. Plus, use the hashtag to share photos of your declutter triumphs on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.