With much needed guidance on de-cluttering and reorganizing your home or office, this complete clinic is the much-needed answer that every muddled person has been waiting for! Practical, inspirational, and colorfully illustrated throughout, this guide to restoring order examines each room of the house individually, and includes unique ideas for recycling, labeling, color cWith much needed guidance on de-cluttering and reorganizing your home or office, this complete clinic is the much-needed answer that every muddled person has been waiting for! Practical, inspirational, and colorfully illustrated throughout, this guide to restoring order examines each room of the house individually, and includes unique ideas for recycling, labeling, color coding, and a whole range of space-enhancing tricks. There’s even an extensive shopping directory of retailers, mail order companies, and websites that sell everything you need to get organized—from great storage options to dual-purpose furniture by new young designers. With strong before-and-after visuals, these easily achievable suggestions will simplify even the most overwhelming task....
|Title||:||The Clutter Clinic: Organise Your Home in Seven Days|
|Number of Pages||:||176 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Clutter Clinic: Organise Your Home in Seven Days Reviews
Very pretty pages and photos in this book, although poorly proof read. I was hoping to find some useful information in this book. Instead I found lots of pictures of things to buy to contain ones clutter, or cute overpriced gadgets for the kitchen or whatever. Sadly disappointed. Got a spare sixty five thousand pounds for a nifty prefabricated wine cellar anyone? What a dashing way to corral one's vintage whaine collection! I'm definitely not this book's target audience that's for sure!
This book has the most bizarre photos of the author alongside enormous quotes. She just looks silly!
Points for this book: British spellings! Organising is more fun than organizing. Points against this book: the before and after pictures are like this: 1. a picture of your dresser with stuff all over it, 2. a picture of your dresser looking neat. Duh.
This book is basically a magazine article that got too long and unwieldy. The book begins by dividing the readers into categories whereby many would be insulted with what the author has to say about them and stop there. I have not yet found the correlation to "Seven Days" of organizing, just staged, glossy before and after photos of mostly modern living spaces. It looks like someone dumped things on a surface of a clean home, took a photo, removed the clutter and took an after photo. The author did a photo shoot in one outfit and the photos were cut a pasted in nonsensical places throughout the book making for some comic relief as I skimmed through the book. I love books on cleaning, organizing and decreasing clutter. If that is what you are looking for, this is not it! PS Unless you are doing nothing else with your time, seven days may be a bit ambitious if you really have a clutter issue.