The only thing worse than opening the closet to an avalanche of clothing, is when the stuff isn’t even yours! If your partner believes that their messy tendencies are just a representation of their social personality, they couldn’t be further from the truth. For some fantastic, simple and easy ways to sort out your bits and pieces around the house, follow this his and hers organisation guide.
For the bathroom: his and hers sinks
If your partner’s collection of products are forever cluttering the bathroom surfaces, perhaps it’s time you considered his and hers sinks? By installing two identical sinks with built-in storage compartments below, you’re able to say goodbye to endless mess and hello to lovely clutter-free surfaces!
For the bedroom: built-in wardrobes
Built-in wardrobes have come a long way in the last few years, and are a great option for his and hers organisation. Separate the space in half (just because you have more clothes doesn’t mean you get more), and organise the space in a way that suits your individual needs. Whether you need more shelving surfaces than hanging space is up to you!
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For the lounge: secret storage
The lounge can sometimes be the room that gathers the most clutter. For a simple and effective way to make your room look clean and tidy, invest in some secret storage. Whether you’d like a coffee table that opens up as trunk, or a sofa that lifts up to unveil abundant amounts of storage space, the options are endless!
For the kitchen: His and hers hooks
If your kitchen is the hub of the home, it’s bound to collect a lot of ‘stuff’. Installing his and hers hooks on the back of the kitchen door is a great way to make sure your coats aren’t dressing the bar stools every time you arrive home. This idea can also be applied for small items such as car keys!
For the garden: man caves and she sheds
Fed up of the long trail of tools, tools and more tools in the garden? Then we suggest investing in your very own sheds. Man caves and she sheds are perfect for keeping your garden clutter-free and presentable, as well as helping you to organise your bits and pieces into a less-catostraphic mess!
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