The Organized Home: Design Solutions for Clutter-Free Living

The Organized Home Design Solutions for Clutter Free Living The Organized Home strives to bring order and calm to the chaotic possession filled lives of today s consumer With hectic lifestyles computer passwords frequent flyer miles and thousands of posses

  • Title: The Organized Home: Design Solutions for Clutter-Free Living
  • Author: Randall Koll Casey Ellis
  • ISBN: 9781592532025
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Organized Home strives to bring order and calm to the chaotic, possession filled lives of today s consumer With hectic lifestyles, computer passwords, frequent flyer miles, and thousands of possessions, people are overwhelmed Society, in general, needs to lighten up, but many find it difficult to part with the stuff that has come to define who we are The Organized HThe Organized Home strives to bring order and calm to the chaotic, possession filled lives of today s consumer With hectic lifestyles, computer passwords, frequent flyer miles, and thousands of possessions, people are overwhelmed Society, in general, needs to lighten up, but many find it difficult to part with the stuff that has come to define who we are The Organized Homed is filled with professional advice, hard working information, and checklists that help readers get organized Once that goal is achieved, it shows readers how they can improve their lifestyle to create the organized, peaceful, and beautiful home they desire.The book walks readers through the organizational process and addresses everything, including how to clear the mind how to keep what you need and store the rest how to organize books, magazines, mail, papers, time, money, kitchens, closets, and countertops and much .

    One thought on “The Organized Home: Design Solutions for Clutter-Free Living”

    1. Excellent premise: "Unlike many other books on organization, this one does not preach that clutter control is simply a matter of hardening your heart, gathering up a clutch of garbage bags, and throwing away piles of possessions based on arbitrary guidelines. We wouldn't dream of declaring that you must discard clothes you haven't worn in a year or that you should stop buying artwork because you are running out of wall space. Who are we to say how many pairs of shoes or signed lithographs you sh [...]

    2. “The ideal audience for this book seems to be people with grand homes who like to have dinner parties with place settings and hostess gifts, and whose furniture and decor reflect the changing seasons. I'm not quite there yet, but I did appreciate suggestions on keeping things clean and orderly. Behind all that beauty are functional furniture, sensical arrangements, and well-stocked supplies.”

    3. This was an interesting book with lots of pictures and ideas for storage, bookshelves, functional furniture and ideas for controlling clutter, entertaining, and daily rituals. Good reading and viewing but no wonderful ideas for my life and home.

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