- Paperback: 256 pages
- Publisher: Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale (19 March 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0525572643
- ISBN-13: 978-0525572640
- Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 2 x 25.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
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The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals (Includes Refrigerator Labels) Paperback – 19 Mar 2019
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Organize By Example
Speaking of labeling, Clea and Joanna take you through their own process by detailing more than 150 spaces with their trade secrets. With bright images that feature almost every kind of space—small or large—including pantries, fridges, closets, bathrooms, bedrooms, playrooms, and under the stairs and sink, you’ll take away so many ideas for your own rooms.
Discover The 'Low-bar Lifestyle'
Clea and Joanna show you how to accomplish just about anything—including a meticulously arranged home. The key is starting with something achievable so that you succeed. Learn which space you should approach first so you stay motivated to finish the whole house (hint: it’s not a room); what storage items you need and how much to buy; and how you can get the whole family to pitch in—even the kids!
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When I saw a picture in the book of a so-called organized kitchen drawer with all of the nice kitchen knives laying on top of one another with no separation, I nearly lost it. You NEVER, EVER lay kitchen knives in one bin/drawer sleeve on top of one another. It’s a really, really good way to get cut, not to mention that you’re really gonna F up your nice chefs knives. With all of the name dropping they did in the book, you’d figure they are used to clients with pricey chefs knives. Some of my best knives were hundreds of $$, and there is no way you’ll ever find them nestled together in a drawer. They’ll be in a knife block or on a magnetic strip. To me, that seems like organization 101!!!!
Finally, the pics are beautiful and inspirational, but save yourself money - you can find exactly the same stuff on Pinterest for free and buy cool organizing bins with the money you saved!!
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