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Tuesday, 22 January 2019  |  Sally
5 Tips To Care For Your Wardrobe

No matter how often or how long you’ve been doing laundry, there are always things to learn and different methods regarding proper clothing care. Here’s a list of our top five tips to help make your wardrobe last longer:

Friday, 30 November 2018  |  Sally
Christmas Opening Times & Last Order Dates Before Christmas

The office will close at 17:00 on Friday 21st December 2018 and re-open at 9am on Wednesday 2nd January 2019.


Orders placed up to 14th December 2018 we will endeavour to deliver before Christmas.

3 CommentsFriday, 9 November 2018  |  Sally
Why Keep a Bedroom Tidy?

Its National Organising Week (NOW), which means Britains experts and professionals are on a mission to get the nation motivated to make the most of your space, time and belongings! We have invited a guest blogger from APDO (Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers) to write for us and share their tips and ideas on how to help get you and your home organised!

Tuesday, 2 October 2018  |  Melissa
Looking to add to an existing ShelfTrack Organiser Kit?

Do you have a ShelfTrack Organiser Kit?

Are you looking to add more shelving/hanging space to your layout?

Check out our NEW 'Add On' products in the Organiser Kit section.

www.organisemyhome.com/organiserkitbedroom/page/2/

Thursday, 17 May 2018  |  Amanda Manson
The Great Outdoors? Tackling Your Garages & Sheds

Keeping the spaces that you don’t actually ‘live’ in can be harder than you think! Garages, sheds or outside storage units are often overlooked when it comes to organising effectively; it’s too easy to throw in the stuff that ‘might be useful someday’ into those black holes!
Believe me, over the course of time your clutter will build up no end and it could end up being a bit of a struggle to reach those things you now need which are blocked by other items!
So - where to start? Well, once you’ve pulled out and decluttered what you have and are left with the things that you truly do need, you need to work out how to store them.