Shocking! Working out your priorities, with storage space in your home, and pretty much all the other areas of your life is a really useful excercise.
Good stuff, you've made a decision to keep some things when you've decluttered. Now what? Here's how to make sure they don't become clutter again.
Clear surfaces are lovely. Clean, clear walls with nothing on them, nice. But... do you have piles of stuff on the floor? Here are some ideas.
This lovely client works so hard, every scrap of her energy is invested in other priorities. She never thought to hire a professional organiser to help her set up her home, but she's so glad she did.
I was starting to get that look in my eye that makes my partner (The Cook) clutch his baster to his chest. But no! No cooking implement was sacrificed for the little plastic citrus juicer.
Kitchen Drawer Makeover! Often it's the small things that make a big difference. This kitchen is still a work in progress, but this drawer went through a total makeover!
Hooks are brilliant. If you're not using hooks for these things... well, why aren't you? Try these ideas!
Even the tiniest laundry can be organised to be functional and tidy. Using cute little boxes from Storage Box makes it even better!
Here's a really useful Tidy Lady Clutter Control Tip: Choose one place for each group of things. If you or your family are always hunting around your house or searching through piles and cupboards and drawers for something, choosing one place to keep them together will help. Jackets, mugs, Barbies, socket sets, scarves, keepsakes, water… Continue reading A Tiny Tidy Tip! ~ The Silver Rule Of Clutter Control.
Marie Kondo's method was originally designed for compact homes with minimal storage, and that makes a lot of sense. But what if you suck at folding?