Denise has been part of Montgomery's design team since 1998. She has a degree in Interior Design from SDSU.  Since 2000 Denise has also been part of Montgomery Furniture’s buying team. The team travels throughout the year to furniture and accessory markets where they preview the latest in design concepts, color trends and furniture styles. Denise is also involved with the visual merchandising or display of products. She excels at creating distinctive looks for the showroom floor through eye-catching positioning of the furniture and placement of unique accessories.


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Controlling Kid Clutter


If you have kids of any age, you know they come with stuff – LOTS of stuff!  From socks to hair pins and Legos, clutter inevitably invades every corner of your home.  Controlling all the kid clutter in a home can be daunting because to a child, even toys that haven't been played with in months are precious. Fortunately, there are some solutions to help you deal with all the clutter that accompanies the joys of parenthood.

Kids’ Bedrooms
It's important to involve your kids in the decoration and organization of their bedrooms. Kids are more likely to keep their room clean and orderly if they feel personally invested in the space. Organizing a collection of toys can help them show off what they've accumulated, and get them excited about how their rooms look. Collections create an instant theme for the room. Consider running a shelf around the top of the room to hold a stuffed animal collection. Storage beds build organization directly into the base with drawers, baskets, or open shelves. This can be a good solution for small bedrooms by making use of space that would ordinarily house dust bunny farms and the occasional lost soccer ball. The right furniture can help your kids keep their rooms organized and clutter-free.


Family Room
Many families spend a great deal of time in the family room. More and more storage tables are appearing to help control cluttered living rooms.


Cocktail or end tableswith built-in spots for baskets are a great solution:             you can pull out the basket and walk around the room, tossing in toys along the way.

Storage ottomansare another great solution, particularly in homes with               very young children since there are no sharp corners for the toddler to tumble into.

Decorative storage boxes or basketscan also be placed under tables that lack built-in storage.

By the Door
Having a designated spot for shoes, jackets and backpacks can easily solve many early morning dramas as they are frantically sought for all over the house. A hall tree, coat rack, shelf, or a bench near the door can serve as a convenient storage area for your kids’ stuff.

Play Room
Few homes today with kids can escape the abundance of video game systems, cases and controllers. Storage of video game components may not be the first thing you think of when shopping for an entertainment center, but many manufacturers are proactive in providing attractive solutions. Integrated controller and cartridge storage can help bring some sanity to the situation. Barring built-in solutions, concealing the clutter in a stylish decorative box can help.

Traditional toys and games contribute to clutter in a playroom as well. Lining a wall in the play room with shelves for toys, books, and games will help get the clutter out of the way. Modular storage wall systems can be customized to your space and needs with a combination of open shelves, storage cubbies, drawers, benches, and door cabinets.

Crafty Kids
If you have an aspiring artist in your home, you may want to consider setting up an area where imagination can run free without ruining the rest of your home. Project tables, comprised of cubbies and shelves at the ends and a broad work area on top, can help keep all the supplies organized when not in use.


Every home does have the capability of functioning with organization and harmony.  All it takes is the right furniture to bring it all together!

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