De-Stress this Holiday Season

Techline Furniture, Cabinetry, & Closets will be the first to say it: the holidays are stressful.

With the cleaning, cooking, entertaining…it can take a toll on you and your home. But it shouldn’t! If you keep your home organized, not only will it make things simpler when your guests arrive, but for YOUR well being!

Benefits of Organization:

  • More YOU time. This one’s simple. If you’re house is organized and uncluttered, you’ll spend less time cleaning, tidying and putting things back in their place. You’ll get to spend more time on the things you want to do.
  • More money. In an organized home, you won’t lose things. Those missing socks won’t need to be replaced. You’ll know exactly how much toilet paper is left, and when it’s time to buy some more. You’ll be able to see what your home has, what your home needs, and what needs replacing. You’ll be able to take an easy stock of your home, and plan your purchases accordingly.
  • Improved family relationships. All too often, clutter, misplaced items, and disorganization bring up quarrels between spouses, as well as parents and their children. Getting organized will eliminated this problem-causer.
  • Easy access. When your home is organized, everything will have a specific place. Each item will be easy to find, access and use quickly. It’s a time-saver!
  • Entertaining. If your home is disorganized and you’d like to throw a party, dinner or other get together, you’ll need days of notice, so you can spend hours and hours of cleaning, organizing and readying your house. Wouldn’t you like to be able to have friends over spur of the moment, with no planning ahead needed? Organization allows you this luxury. Your home is ready to be shown off!
  • Setting a great example for your children. Raising your children in an organized home will give them great skills to carry on through their lives. They’ll take the organizational examples you set and carry them on into their schoolwork, career and future families.
  • Better mental health. Simply put, you’ll be less stressed, and you’ll be happier. Without a messy home on the mind, you’re free to focus on the things that really matter!

Don’t let disorganization hurt you – Organization can lead to some great things in your life!

Need help getting started on your home organization? Look through our online showroom at to learn more about our organizational furniture, cabinet, closets and more! For tips, check out our Facebook page!


Pantry Organization

You used to go out all of the time, but now you are a parent and it’s important to you that your family all sit down together for dinners. And with the extra family time comes all of the extra food! Where do you put it all?

At Techline furniture, there are so many new devices and organizational tips that help to enhance our storage at home. From shelves, built-in glass and wine racks, hooks to hang linens, and drawers to store servers and silverware, all of these storage options help organize all of the knickknacks and small utensils. Adjustable storage shelves organize cookbooks, and boxed and canned goods, while storage cabinets close to conceal cleaners or large cookware.

When organizing your pantry, start with these few tips:

  • Clean everything out. This will allow you to see what all you have…and what multiples you have that you can get rid of.
  • Put like things together. For example: put all spices in one area, canned foods in another, etc.
  • Keep heavy items on the floor.
  • Step back and admire your work. Every project, large and small, once completed is a great accomplishment!

With an organized kitchen pantry, you see what you have so less food goes to waste which means fewer trips to the supermarket! Visit our showroom at 3801 West Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76107 or website to begin building and organizing your new technology today. For more tips, see our Facebook page!

De-Clutter your kitchen!

The key to De-Cluttering your kitchen is to have organized spaces for specific items – i.e: the Pantry.

A pantry organization system will perk up your home and your day. With an organized kitchen pantry, you can see what you have so less food goes to waste…which means fewer trips to the supermarket! To utilize the space that you do have, a designer can take measurements and build you something that is incredibly useful. If you don’t have the budget to hire professionals to come in and build you an organized kitchen, here are some tips you can do at home:

  • Install a wall of adjustable shelves for small appliances and add electricity into the pantry. Utilize your pantry and only buy food that you are going to use! If food has been in there for over a year, toss it in the trash! Then you can really use your pantry for organizing more than just food!
  • Adjustable storage shelves organize cookbooks, and boxed and canned goods, while storage cabinets close to conceal cleaners or large cookware.
  • Add hooks in your pantry to hang linens and pot holders.
  • Add drawers in your pantry to store servers and nice silverware you don’t use everyday.
  • Move all of your small appliances into the pantry so they can be used there instead of out on the counter, like a can opener, toaster, coffee pot, etc. Then all you have to do is close the door and they are not visible when not in use.
  • Convert a drawer in your kitchen to add scoop drawers for kitchen tools.
  • Install vertical dividers for trays and cookie sheets.
  • Entertain with elegance and ease with built-in glass and wine racks in the pantry. Or add wine bottle storage in a cabinet instead of one on the counter.
  • Plastic tupperware can be a nightmare! Don’t save plastic containers from food products to use as your tupperware! Recycle those!! Purchase an inexpensive stacking/labeling tupperware system that holds 20 containers in various sizes. Then after you wash them, they go back into their designated spot.

A panty is a tasteful addition to any kitchen – keeping it clean and organized is one of the best ways to feel better about your kitchen. For more information about our products or organization tips, see our Facebook page!