Organized Living: Clutter-Clearing Strategies and Creative Storage Solutions

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Globe Pequot Press, Sep 1, 2001 - House & Home - 160 pages
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Space has become one of the key issues in interior design today. Whether you live in a tiny studio apartment or a three-bedroom house, the secret lies in knowing how to use the space you have to its full potential. In Organized Living, Dawna Walter teaches you how to assess your needs and lifestyle, plan your space creatively, and make existing living areas work more effectively.She explores smart storage solutions for every room in the house - the kitchen, bedrooms, the home office, even hallways - and for all tastes and budgets. A directory of the best storage products available (from drawer dividers to hanging shelves to portable wardrobes) not only helps you to make the right choices but also shows that storage can be stylish as well as functional. In addition, Walter provides simple timesaving strategies, whether for entertaining guests or sorting the laundry, that free you up for the more enjoyable things in life. Created for the busy homeowner, Organized Living is nothing less than a lifesaving tool in these cluttered times. (8 1/2 x 11, 160 pages, color photos)

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An American consultant living in London, Dawna Walter helps people simplify their homes - and their lives. "The Village Voice "described her as "part declutter guru and part New Age denizen (she's a reiki master)." As host of "Life Laundry" on BBC America and PBS, Walter helped people transform their lives by detaching them from clutter. Her You Tube videos have received over 5000 hits. Her other books include The Life Laundry: How to De-junk your Life and The Life Laundry: How to Stay De-junked Forever.

Chislett is a freelance writer who has specialized in home and interiors for the last eighteen years.

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