I can’t even believe I have another organizing project to share with you guys! If I didn’t know better, I’d think I was knocked-up, considering all the nesting I’ve done lately (here, here, and here). There’s no baby on the way *whew!*, so I’ll ride this little
OCD organizing streak as long as it lasts! Because it will come to an end, there’s no doubt about that.
So when the peeps at Command challenged me to use some of their new products to create a Dog Station, I jumped on it. ‘Sure, no problem!’, I replied. Except for one tiny little problem.
We don’t have a dog.
But it didn’t take long to find a willing participant who needed some help in the dog-organizing-department. I mean, it’s not like she didn’t have a good system before. A dirty bucket by the back door is always cute and efficient.
The great thing about Command products, is they go virtually anywhere…so all you need is a small, unused space to create an organized zone. This little wall by the back door was perfect.
We easily hung the hooks and caddies on the wall, and filled them with all the necessary puppy items, along with things you need when running out the door for a walk.
I love the extra prong on the Command Brand Double Hooks….it doubles your organizing without taking up any more room.
We wanted this space to be functional, but still stylish since it’s such a visible spot…so we we added cute touches like glass jars for the puppy treats.
One Command Brand Caddy is devoted to the human…it holds her essentials when going out.
I think everyone is happy with this new set-up! Have you tried any of Command’s new products? Do you have a space just for your pooch? And P.S….this house is my aunt’s…isn’t it to-die-for?!?! Hopefully someday I can House Crash it for you guys. And P.P.S…no animals were harmed in the making of this post. They were, however, heavily bribed with treats.
thrilled to be working with Command Brand from 3M to share with you
this project I created. You can check out all their products,
along with many project ideas, on the Command website, the Command Twitter page (@CommandBrand), Command Facebook page, and Command Pinterest page.