Fall is upon us once again! And when it comes to Fall, there are some seasonal trademarks you just can’t miss:
1. Fashion Season
Yes, we love summer and shorts, but who doesn’t love boots? As you transition into fall, keep those lovely leathers in shape. Boot inserts help keep your boots molded and in top condition, and some inserts even come with hooks. Handy, if you have extra hanging space and need the floor space for more storage. Like for storing more boots.
As the rain picks up, don’t get angry at those beautiful boots for trekking a minor flood into the mudroom. While you’re at The Container Store or Bed Bath & Beyond getting boot shapers, also pick up a boot tray. Add some rocks, and you have a cute, functional drip station solution that protects your floors (and socks) from muddy puddles.
2. Back to School Season
Speaking of the mudroom, it wouldn’t hurt to do some touch ups on the space that sees the most damage during the school year. We all know the damage doesn’t come from actual mud as the name suggests, but from the backpacks, sweaty sports equipment, books, shoes, jackets, superhero lunchboxes and whatever additional hodge podge of items that comes off the school bus. Really, it’s not the mudroom. It’s the mayhem room.
A cubby system is fantastic for keeping everything organized as you swing back into the heart of the school year. Don’t have the luxury of built-in lockers? Bins and labels for each kiddo will be your new best friend. Pretty baskets and clip-on tags from The Container Store are some of our favorites.
3. Pumpkin Spice Latte Season
Coffee is a must-need for power-productive organizing sessions. Trust us, we’re professionals.
4. Raking Season
When the leaves start falling, the pool toys and patio furniture start coming back into the garage. Rather than shove everything in for the winter, now is a perfect time to do some sorting. Fall is perfect working-in-the-garage weather, and you’re already going to be outside cleaning the grill and gutters, right? Give your garage the TLC it needs now before the holidays arrive and the cold sets in. When spring comes around, we’ll promise you’ll be glad you did.
-the Puka ladies