Cozy Winter Tips, Kitchen Storage, House Plants, & More

Home Style Saturdays 173: how to cozy up your home for winter, kitchen storage and organization ideas, the best house plants for your home, and a hearty bacon cheeseburger soup recipe. 

Home Style Saturdays 2019

Welcome to Home Style Saturdays…a place to come for simple home decor ideas, organization tips, seasonal inspiration, and so much more. Today we’ve got a lovely mix of all that, plus a yummy recipe. Enjoy!


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Designthusiasm | Winter Decor: 9 Ways to Create a Cozy Home

cozy winter decor by the fireplace

On Sutton Place | Kitchen Storage Ideas

Kitchen Storage Ideas from On Sutton Place

Shabbyfufu | How To Organize Your Kitchen Efficiently

Shabbyfufu - How To Organize Your Kitchen Efficiently

Southern Hospitality | Best House Plants for Your Home


StoneGable | Hearty Bacon Cheeseburger Soup


The Inspired Room | 7 Essentials for the Coziest Winter Home


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  1. Ann,
    I love your organizing tips and I have one for you to solve. I have those corner round lazy Susan end cabinets. And I am constantly switching them out with “stuff” but still not happy with them. What does one put in these corner cabinets. I have the turn around ones below and the stand still above. Please help.

    1. Hi Kathy…if I had lazy susans in my corners, I would use the top one for spices, oils, and baking supplies. On the bottom, I would most likely store cooking vessels, such as pots, pans, baking dishes, etc. My mom and dad use the lower cabinet in this way and it works great. I hope this helps!

  2. I am in Cleveland same state as you. Today it is to be 65 degrees again. I really want a popsicle!

    1. Hi Jody…I know! It’s totally crazy. I was actually on the east coast last week and on Saturday night, the outdoor cafes were packed. In January! I hope we don’t end up paying for it with a blizzard. Happy New Year!