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Let's be honest for a minute: sometimes the furniture and accessories recommended by designers is a little less than comfortable. Maybe the dining room chairs look fantastic, but if you can't sit in them for more than five minutes, they aren't serving their purpose. If you have to polish your couch during your housekeeping, it might be a bit uncomfortable!

You don't have to give up design for comfort, though. By playing it smart and finding the comfortable elements that fit into your space, you can have both.

When was the last time you looked at your dinner plate and wondered what you could use for house cleaning? If you're like most, probably not anytime lately! We understandably tend to separate food and cleaning supplies, but every once in a while, they are the same.

The next three foods pull double-duty as house cleaners. Would you ever think to try these?

Time for dinner! Do you know where to find the rice? Flour? What about brown sugar or can of soup? If you need to go digging to find them, it’s time to get in there and take on one of the larger housekeeping tasks: organizing your pantry. 

Here are our favorite tips for getting your pantry under control, and you can see some great examples of these pantry organization in action over at homemaking blog Clean & Scentsible.

Red is a bold, decisive color, especially in home décor. When it comes to red, some homeowners are afraid to use it at all, while others tend to go overboard. Inspired by the decorating experts at HGTV, here are three favorite tips for decorating with the color red:

Tip #1: Use a signature red piece. Homeowners who are afraid of red aren’t completely wrong: because red is such a bright, strong color, it is entirely possible to overwhelm a room with red.

There’s nothing like opening the door to your house and being greeted with a great smell. Whether you prefer a clean, fresh smell or a lovely scent, that moment in the half-open door instantly relaxes you.

If your house hasn’t been smelling too fresh lately, it’s time to make that moment happen for you! The first step is a real house cleaning. If you don’t have time for a thorough cleaning, that’s okay—call local cleaning services for some help.

Are you always looking for a new place to put something? Baskets have become a stylish way to promote house cleaning by keeping things in your home organized. They come in a multitude of sizes, colors, and shapes. They come with covers, in shelves, and with or without handles, so it’s safe to say there’s a basket out there just right for you.

Here are some ideas for how to use a basket in every room in your house for added organization without sacrificing order: 

Mold can appear anywhere there’s sustained moisture and can remain hidden easily. When you discover a patch of mold, don’t panic, but do get to work pretty quickly. Mold can spread and can be dangerous to anyone with a weak immune system like children or the elderly.

Expecting a house full of people for a party? There are so many things to plan already that making things as easy as possible is definitely preferred. First, outsource your cleaning to a housekeeping service, especially one that does same-day house cleaning to get you completely party ready.

If you tend to do the house cleaning alone, you know that it takes a considerable amount of time. Boredom and distraction tend to make it take even longer, until the work has taken up a big chunk of your time.

If it’s taking too much time, hiring a maid service is probably a good idea. You need to have time for yourself, your family, and your friends, too. Another way to shorten the time, though; is to get the whole family involved. A team of helpers can clean a room in no time!

Choosing gifts can put the pressure on, especially if you want to get something that will impress. Anything you can do to take the stress off is a welcome relief! When you have a hard time finding an idea, a gift basket built around a theme is a charming and much-loved gift.

If you are struggling to find that last present, here are some great gift basket ideas to help you finish out your shopping with flair.

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