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Creating central work space can help families stay organized

Designer Brian Patrick Flynn turned a disorganized catch-all room into a clean and colorful creative space as shown here, decorated solely with random leftover pieces pulled from storage. Flynn uses bold color as a backdrop, then unites the disparate pieces with touches of the same accent color.
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn turned a disorganized catch-all room into a clean and colorful creative space as shown here, decorated solely with random leftover pieces pulled from storage. Flynn uses bold color as a backdrop, then unites the disparate pieces with touches of the same accent color.
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Getting a family organized requires more than a few well-chosen New Year’s resolutions. Increasingly, homeowners are carving out a physical space — anything from a single kitchen cabinet to an entire spare room — that can function as a family information center and workstation. In an effort to battle clutter and keep track of schedules, designer Brian Patrick Flynn helps clients kick the habit of spreading out items around their homes. “These days, it’s pretty ...


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