At last, a visual home organization guide that teaches readers how to create spaces that are at once uncluttered and stylish, purposeful and personal, from the team behind the popular website Remodelista.com.
“The tools and expert advice you need to impose order beautifully.”
—The Wall Street Journal
“Chock-full of . . . straightforward, unfussy solutions for getting your belongings and rooms in order.”
“Simple and joyful solutions for dealing with clutter prone spots with style.”
“A decluttering tome that supports the beauty of organization, helping readers to understand that order can be artful. The book goes room by room through every space in the house, breaking down not only what to toss and keep, but also how to make your home efficient without sacrificing style.”
“Here are all the secrets to decluttering your home like a pro. . . . Remodelista: The Organized Home is packed with simple yet unexpected tips for creating a beautiful home. The book breaks it down, room by room, to show you how to display the things you love while achieving the organization you’re after.”
—Brit + Co.
“If a one-day spring cleaning doesn’t cut it when it comes to cutting through your clutter, take a look at the new book Remodelista: The Organized Home.”
Julie Carlson is the author of Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home and cofounder of inspirational home site Remodelista.com. Previously, she worked at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in New York before joining the editorial staff of The New Yorker. A graduate of Brown University, Julie lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Margot Guralnick is the writer/producer of Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home and a member of the Remodelista.com team. She began her career at Sotheby’s auction house and was editor in chief of Travel + Leisure Family. A longstanding collector, she’s happily married to a minimalist.