It’s that after-Christmas-purge-the-whole-house time of year once again!
You may remember, a while back I got really interested in the KonMarie method of decluttering, you can read about it in my Declutting Challenge Using KonMarie Method post.
Once the entire house had been purged and the only things that were left were things that “sparked joy”, it was time to organize!
My all-time favorite part of organizing a farmhouse is making sure everything is in some kind of a vintage style container, if it needs to be contained.
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There are just a couple of things to keep in mind as you organize using the farmhouse style.
- Anything that is too colorful, plastic, or labeled should probably be a candidate for a vintage storage solution.
- Anything that is wood, glass, leather, metal, fabric or wicker can act as a good vintage storage solution.
That is seriously about all there is too it!!
However, sometimes things don’t need to be contained or hidden, they really need to be on display. This is where a wooden ladder can come in for blankets or a mason jar drying rack can serve as a mug holder.
For some examples of farmhouse organization see my Pinterest board dedicated specifically to this topic.
And if you are still working on Step One of organizing which is decluttering, I put together a printable for you showing the thought processes I use when I am purging the house.
Click on the image below to get your copy!
And I am so excited to release the three new mini courses taken from my Finding Time to Hold Dearly course.
The new courses will be focusing helping to stabilize women dealing with these three situations:
Business & Career
Home & Children
Crisis & Grief
I am busy day and night getting everthing ready and they will be available on January 15, 2018!
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