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Published 6th May 2020

As recommended by Anna Murphy Fashion Director The Times. “The Organised Home has lots of bright storage ideas, and its whip-smart director Romaine Lowery is offering one hour online organisation tutorials”

‘Virtual Decluttering’ is the innovative process of helping clients to become organised remotely using the latest technology like Zoom or Skype. Romaine Lowery, founder of The Organised Home and The Clutter Clinic offers one to one coaching sessions on how to organise your home and maximise the existing space to make it more functional.

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Benefit from Romaine’s 12 years as a Personal Organiser working in hundreds of homes with extensive media coverage on TV, Radio and in the National Press. Virtual support and motivation will help you make seriously positive changes to your environment. Viewing your home in real time through videos and photos enables me to direct you through the process while you complete the hands on organising.

A free consultation to discuss your organisational needs and expectations is followed by a one hour virtual session on Zoom or Skype. Regular sessions can be pre-booked in sets of 6 or 12 to help tackle clutter hot spots in your home.

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Popular contents include:

How to edit your wardrobe and store clothes to maximise space

Implementing a simple but effective system to deal with paperwork

Guidance on the most effective storage solutions

Where to sell items of value you no longer need

Strategies to stay organised and maintain control of your possessions

A virtual package tailored to your individual needs and availability, providing you with expert planning, guidance, feedback and motivation – enabling you to finally move from chaos to calm!

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The Daily Telegraph

Published 7 September 2017

Fashion Director Lisa Armstrong recommends our Skinny Non-Slip Hangers

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You wouldn’t just chuck pictures on a wall. Same with Erdem (or Mango). After years of search and rescue, I recommend those skinny, non-slip rubberised hangers – they take up far less space than wooden or silk ones, and don’t leave nasty dents in shoulders….  The white ones (£18 for 10) on are less expensive and objects of beauty, in my opinion.

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Don’t be tempted to overfill cupboards or everything will crease. All my hangers face the same way, and everything is grouped into category.


The Organised Home’s Top Tips for organising clothes as seen in

The Expert’s Guide To Organising Your Wardrobe

Whilst we love the idea of Marie Kondo-ing our wardrobe, sorting through everything you own is a daunting task. But if you’re in need of some closet organisation, we’re here to help. With expert tips including what to chuck and the best ways to store your pieces, here’s how to achieve your very own #wardrobegoals…

Start With A Clear Out

“Drag out everything you own and collect it in one place, like the bed. Sort into categories: tops, jumpers, dresses, trousers, sports gear, shorts, t-shirts, fancy frocks etc. This lets you see just how much stuff you have but also shows the potential of the storage space you have available. Have four options when you’re sorting each pile: keep, fix, donate or bin.” Katherine Blackler of SortMySpace Ltd

Be Ruthless

“Don’t hang onto anything that is unflattering, doesn’t fit, is a mistake sale purchase, unwanted gift or an expensive but never worn item. If you haven’t worn something in the last year, then you probably never will.” Romaine Lowery, The Organised Home

“Donate any clothes you’ve outgrown in style, size or taste but are in good condition and will be well received in local charity shops. Even underwear can be donated with charities like Smalls For All who collect ‘gently used’ bras by post to distribute to Africa. Any clothes with stains, rips or holes will need to be thrown out, but some charity shops will collect them for rags and look out for clothing bank bins near supermarkets or charity shops.” Katherine Blackler


Stick To A System

“After your decluttering exercise, hang your clothes but place the hangers backwards over the rail. Each time you wear an item rehang the hanger the correct way. After six months you’ll clearly see which items you’ve not worn during that time, as the hangers will still be facing the wrong way. Some may be specialist items that you’ve had no occasions to wear, but others you’ll be able to part with more confidently knowing they’re definitely surplus in your life.” Katherine Blackler

Decide What Goes Where

“Coats take up lots of space so store them in the hall, utility room or by the back door. Knitwear should be folded and stacked by colour as should denim, with the brand pocket at the top so you can grab a pair quickly.” Romaine Lowery

“Coats are best stored in their coat bags, which most brands will have available upon purchasing a new coat, so ensure you ask for this. Knitwear is best in stackable storage compartments in your wardrobe, in storage boxes or inside drawers away from moths. Denim is highly durable – as long as you fold it, you can store it anywhere.” Sepideh Shayan, Head of Style Concierge at Harvey Nichols

Get Smart With Folding

“T-shirts, strappy tops, shorts, PJ’s and gym gear can all be stored in drawers. You can fit a lot into one drawer by folding clothes into thirds and back onto themselves. Then stack the clothes upright so that it resembles you looking down on a bookshelf with a spine of each item of clothing on display.” Katherine Blackler

Store Shoes Cleverly

“Shoes are best divided for ease and organisation. Put dressy shoes at the bottom of the wardrobe or on a shelf and group them by colour. Everyday shoes are best on a shoe rack in the hall, and store sports shoes in an attractive basket. If you have space and want to show off designer shoes they can look great organised by colour in a glass-fronted cabinet or on open shelves.” Romaine Lowery

“If you keep your shoes in their original boxes consider taking a picture of each pair and sticking the photo to the front edge of the box so you can easily see the contents when planning an outfit.” Katherine Blackler

Keep Lingerie Tidy

“Use drawer dividers to stop your underwear becoming a jumbled mess. Group bras, knickers, socks and tights by colour. Roll tights and socks and fold bras into the shape of one cup and store in a row, upright.” Romaine Lowery

Look After Your Handbags

“Always store handbags in their dust bags – this is really important as they are less likely to get damaged. Then you can either hang the dust bags on a handbag rail or store them in your wardrobe or storage boxes.” Sepideh Shayan

“Line bags on a shelf in the wardrobe by colour or size – whichever you find most useful – and use tissue paper inside to keep their shape. Store small evening bags in a cute box or basket, you can also display the most attractive on hooks.” Romaine Lowery

Transform A Small Space

“If you don’t have enough space for an extra wardrobe, go for a modern clothes rack with matching shoe rack, use the space under the bed with lidded dust proof containers or copy the Scandi look with wall or ceiling hung clothes rails.” Romaine Lowery

“Multi-hangers are really nifty and a great way to store lots of items if you’re really limited for space. Under bed storage boxes are huge space savers and make sure you’re only keeping seasonal clothes in your wardrobe at any given time. Don’t waste space with summer dresses during the winter when you won’t be wearing them for at least six months.” Sepideh Shayan

Go Luxe For Less

“You can still create a luxe wardrobe on a small budget – use acrylic organisers to divide up the space in your wardrobe, on shelves and within drawers. Get good quality matching hangers that protect the clothes and stop them falling to the floor and contemporary hooks on the wall can be used to display favourite scarves or bags.” Romaine Lowery

“Clean lines, and good storage accessories are the key to a smart wardrobe. Also, giving away anything you know you won’t wear anymore will help, as the secret to a luxe looking space is making it look really spacious.” Sepideh Shayan


Stylist Magazine featured the fab Flight 001 Go Clean Gym Bag in their Hot List. See more.



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Katrina Burroughs recommends The Organised Home’s collection of stylish storage and featured Deform’s cleverly designed clothes racks. See more.



The Organised Home products and expert organising tips featured recently in the Sunday Times Home, The Sunday Telegraph Online and Bon Vivant Magazine.

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Katrina Burroughs chose our BeDesign Lume Clothes Rack as the cutest example of the trend for beautifully designed clothes rails. “Typically clothes rails have been cheap and tacky and easily fall apart, however now designers have turned their attention to them, they have gone upmarket with practical and beautiful designs made to last. Increasingly, designer-maker chic clothes rails are on show in the hall, dressing room, utility room and in spare or children’s rooms where there may not be space for a wardrobe. No doubt we are influenced by stylish fashion bloggers looking fab by an edited rail of colour-coded clothes and if that inspires us to seek organised living, it’s all good” Romaine Lowery-The Organised Home


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The Organised Home contributed top tips for an article titled “how to live with a messy man”

1. Men love to hoard techie stuff, tons of vinyl, old DVD’s…but I’d always say, if you haven’t played it in the last two years, remove it. You can always download stuff to save on bulky storage.

2. If he won’t sort his wardrobe, appeal to his social conscience and say the school is having a charity collection. People are more likely to recycle if they think it’s for a good cause.

3. Rather than get him to sort through a huge pile of things he doesn’t wear anymore, pick out 6 of everything let him make decisions on those then repeat the process with the next batch of six until you have worked your way through everything in the wardrobe.

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Bon Vivant Magazine

Bon Vivant Magazine featured the gorgeous Kann Design Fidar Sideboard in Rosewood with orange and white doors. This retro sideboard effortlessly integrates form and function – combining classic and modern styling. Parisian label Kann Design haven’t scrimped on storage either –with two main cupboards and three drawers to store away necessities.

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Kann Design Fidar Rosewood Sideboard


Kann Design Fidar Sideboard Rosewood

Katrina Burroughs included the lovely Rosewood Fidar Sideboard in the Sunday Time Interiors-The Edit. “There has never been a more elegant piece of storage than the midcentury–style sideboard. This retro rosewood beauty is Fidar, by the Parisian label Kann Design. Available in custom colours and dimensions, it starts at £1,160:”

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James Design 20:20 Sideboard

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Stylist the weekly online source of great design in fashion and interiors included the James design 20:20 Sideboard in August and it really is a lovely piece of storage furniture.

Mifuko Kiondo Black & White Striped Basket

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In September Stylist included the useful and beautiful Kiondo Baskets by Mifuko. Finnish Design meets Kenyan craftwork at its best. A plasticised finish to the baskets means they are wipe clean and durable.


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