Firehouse Gets Functional

See how a pro organizer revamps a disheveled volunteer firehouse.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionWith the trophies and certificates properly displayed on the walls the dining area is now ready for meal time.
The station house's numerous awards and trophies are now properly displayed on the walls and on shelves. The new dining table is smaller, but with big benches on all four sides, it can seat a lot more people. Barstools around the kitchen counter also provide more seating.

A large set of cubbies hangs on the wall next to the kitchen to give the firefighters a place to store individual dry goods and snacks. Each firefighter is also given a set of plastic storage containers to keep food in the refrigerator. To keep it easy, the cubbies and storage containers are labeled with the firefighter's name and number.

In the office area, a new L-shaped desk makes it easy to spread out and get some work done. More cubbies are hung above the desk to help sort paper and keep the mail organized.

Products from Tupperware:

Rock 'n Serve divided dish
Crystal Wave soup mug

Products from Home Reserve:

Monroe chair in Durango Boot faux leather

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