The year is coming to a close and so, I am starting to think about the new year ahead by focusing more and more on my healthy home goals for 2019. Top of mind are the ways that I can live a healthier, less toxic,
Written by Michal Cohen
Hello! Michal Cohen here, AKA Michal Edits, happy to be a part of the Simply Spaced family. Monica and Melody are always asking me for some of my favorite organizational tips that I use to keep my life (and my clients) in
Don't let the New York heat fool you, friends. Autumn is right around the corner. With Labor Day upon us and the promise of sweater weather in just a few weeks, now is the perfect time to reassess and organize your wardrobe closet.
A beautifully styled
Kid's playrooms are some of our favorite spaces to organize and style. In the following spaces, we used key organizing principles to create a calming hub for creativity, inspiration, and imagination for our tiniest of clients.
The secret? Less is more. Studies suggest that kids will
This week is all about simplifying on the homefront and how to declutter your home little by little! We are helping you create a system for your clutter to simplify and transform your precious home! But first, let’s review 5 Powerful Truths about the Clutter standing in our
The biggest catalyst for a disorganized home is a surplus of clutter: a constant influx coming in, and very little consistently going out. If clutter is your issue and decluttering doesn’t happen first, you’re really just pushing piles around.
But this isn’t a new idea. Millions of well-intentioned people
People hire professional organizers for the same reason they hire personal trainers. Most people can get in shape or organize a room on their own, but often times they don't! Or they do, but it takes them twice the time and twice the hassle!
Working with a professional organizer
Written by Shira Gill of Shira Gill Home
I am always searching for creative gifts that don't cost a lot of money or take up much space. Most people have more than enough stuff, but not nearly enough time or energy to do what they love.
If someone asked me, “What’s the most impactful organizing approach?” I would go with a classic: Editing. Or more specifically, decluttering your home by regularly donating unused and unloved items.
Intentionally editing your belongings is a time honored and popular piece of advice within the organizing field because