There's nothing quite like a tidy space where you reside. Regardless if you spend most of your hours outdoors or only have a few hundred square feet at your disposal, the feeling of coming home to a clean and neat place is incomparable. The queen of decluttering is none other than Marie Kondo. The Japanese organizational expert is famous for her KonMari method which takes a minimalist approach to tidying up. With more time being spent at home, her decor tips are exactly what each of us needs to get a clean home.
Marie Kondo's Decluttering Tips For The Home
Try these simple home decor hacks for yourself.
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When storing pantry items at home, group them by categories like grains, spices or sauces to make locating them easy when you need.
Turn your pantry around
In your closet, ensure hemlines flow from long to short and from left to right. According to Kondo, upwards sloping lines bring more peace.
Doesn't that look appealing!
Don't ignore storing items behind the door in pouches for the most efficient use of space.
It's a spot many don't think of utilising
Spice storage can be oh so pretty when each of their colours are on display and labels display their contents clearly.
No more hunting for the right one anymore
When labels face outwards, finding items becomes a breeze.
Don't forget to label your items clearly
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Lingerie needs its special storage that's fitted neatly so that it sits properly.
Don't ignore organising your lingerie
Your beauty shelf desperately needs decluttering so get rid of expired products that are sitting at the back.
Admit it, you definitely need to do this
Your tools in the garage are best kept vertically so that they are visible and also out of harm's way.
We can't forget those bulky tools
Even your phone can get a redo when you organise apps by colour.
Who said phones would be left behind!
Ties stored in a neat little roll look good and last well too.
Fancy ties need the best kind of treatment, don't you think?Comments
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