I like having all my craft supplies in one place and before I had them all over the place because I had no place to organized them. This year, I’m hoping to accomplish and tackle home organization as part of my New Year’s Resolution with the help of Trinity.
Trinity is a company that sells organization products that could make your life some much easier and organized.
Trinity sent us a Dark Bronze Shelving Rack and 6-pack of their amazing plastic crates. The Trinity shelving rack is currently in a small space area on my living room and I’m hoping that I will be be placing it on a designated craft area I have on my garage that is currently undergoing some makeover.
I have three Trinity crates filled with fabric, one with paint supplies/brushes, one with all paper materials, and one with yarn! I also collect prop materials for food photography, so I also like having those in hand next to my craft supplies and backdrops.
What I love about the shelf is that is very sturdy and all metal! The size is perfect for me and my craft space and it looks great indoors! The Plastic Crates are amazing because they can be easily be stored and stacked.
The trinity shelf is 4 Tier Shelving that measures 36 x 14 x 54 in Dark Bronze. Its very durable and the assembly was super easy . We were able to build our Trinity Shelving Rack in about 30 minutes to an hr.
This year, organization is a big part of my New Year’s resolution and with Trinity products is a great way to start! Every time I need to craft, I go over to my Trinity shelf and grab only the supplies I need and then I placed them back where it suppose to stay. I’m also planning on creating some labels for my white plastic crates so it could be more organized. Is Home Organization a part of your resolution this year? How are you planning to achieve it?
Trinity is offering free shipping on all orders and you can save 15% off their entire purchase now through February 17, 2013 by using the promo code: CLEVER0113
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— Angie R (@BlogALI) February 1, 2013