FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OF $75 OR MORE
×

Shipping to USA?

Welcome! we notice that you are visiting from USA.

To shop in USA please visit us.neatfreak.com. We offer a great selection with local prices and shipping times for delivery within USA

Take me to us.neatfreak.com
Six Ways an Organized Closet Makes Your Life Easier
Six Ways an Organized Closet Makes Your Life Easier

There’s nothing more stressful than waking up in the morning and looking through a messy closet for something to wear when you are already pressed for time. Here are six ways an organized closet will make your day a bit easier and getting dressed feel like less of a chore.

Cut the Car Clutter
Cut the Car Clutter Did you know that 80 per cent of car accidents are caused by distracted drivers? Many of these drivers were looking for something. If you keep your car organized with these few simple tips, not only can you avoid accidents, but your car will no longer resemble your junk drawer or smell like your gym locker.
Time for a Kondo Clean-Out? Here’s What Clutter Does to Your Brain and Body
Time for a Kondo Clean-Out? Here’s What Clutter Does to Your Brain and Body

Many of us have started the year determined to be more organised: no more drawers full of plastic containers with missing lids, or lone socks.

The decluttering craze is led by Japanese tidying aficionado Marie Kondo, author of a New York Times bestseller and Netflix show Tidying Up.

Mudroom Madness
Mudroom Madness

Is your mudroom, hallway, foyer or entry way making you mad? Do you constantly trip over everything on the floor? Is there no space to put anything? Or has your clutter been like this so long that you just pass by and not really see what your guests see?

Nothing says welcome like entering into a space where you feel comfortable and can easily store your coat, shoes and outerwear items.  Think about your home’s entry and incorporate these ideas to help keep it in top shape and keep you sane.

Marie Kondo: a psychologist assesses the KonMari method of tidying
Marie Kondo: a psychologist assesses the KonMari method of tidying Have your friends recently begun obsessively folding their t-shirts, or explaining how they have got rid of a book that no longer “brings them joy”? If so, they’ve probably been caught up in the new craze from lifestyle guru and “tidying consultant” Marie Kondo.