4 simple ways to get your clothes off the floor and avoid that pile of clothing you wore over the past week also known as the “floor closet.” A sacrificial chair, ladder rack, peg board and coat rack.
Duplicates. Doing a quick sweep of your space with an eye for items that you have more than one of is a painless way to make some serious decluttering headway. Office supplies, kitchen drawers, and medicine cabinets are classic places where duplicates might be lurking. Two staplers? Two vegetable peelers? Multiple bottles of shampoo? Choose one. Choose one. Choose one.
Checking out some of the literature this week. Next up is Gretchen Rubin’s book. 📚
What do you do with spare foreign currency when you get back from a trip? Find out in my latest blog post up today. Going deep on decluttering.
My 15 favorite home goods that stand the test of time up on my blog today. Check ‘em out. Link in the bio.
Spring closet decluttering 🐣
I just got back from a trip to Japan and got so much inspiration on small space living and well designed organization products. My mind was blown by 8 floors of home goods at Loft in Tokyo as well as the giant Muji stores. Also these nifty sock drying racks!
I went to the @noguchimuseum in Queens recently and was so inspired by the Akari exhibit. Now I’m eyeing all ugly overhead light fixtures in my apartment and scheming to replace them with simple white lanterns. So beautiful!
Guidelines for responsibly decluttering your wardrobe up on the blog today. Start taking responsibility for the entire lifespan of garments you buy and see how your shopping and decluttering habits change. It’s not always easy but it is important to slow down the cycle of clothing consumption.
Making note of the use of wall pegs at Salter House.
New use for an old IKEA PS cabinet. It turns out that it makes for great shoe storage. Pro tip: store shoes heel to toe to maximize space.