THE CELEBRITIES WHO STAY ORGANIZED
February 8th, 2017
Celebrities are people too. They shop for groceries, fall in love, and have to keep their homes organized. Of course, many of them may have an advantage and can hire an organizer for themselves, but there are a select few with organizing styles that anyone can imitate. Organization skills help reduce clutter from your home, reducing the overall stress you can feel just from being in your apartment and giving you more room to use your personal belongings. Check out how some of these celebrities keep their home tidy so they can relax after a long day of glitz and glamour.
If you have more shoes than you know what to do with, Cat has the solution. You don’t have to restrict shoe storage floors and shoe racks. Sadler installed an entire bookshelf in her closet to keep her wardrobe tidy and at eye level. Good for organizing and your back. Other celebrities like Mariah Carey and Paula Abdul take this idea to the next step, with shoe bookshelves that cover the walls of entire bedrooms.
For some homeowners, a large kitchen island may do more harm than good. Maybe that’s why the Canadian singer has two smaller ones to help break up space in her home while providing an equal amount of storage. Most of her furniture is white, a color that makes a room feel airier and roomier than it is.
This Kardashian sister puts color coding down to a science. Books, chairs, pillows and most everything else under her roof present themselves like a neatly arranged rainbow. When it comes to organizing your home, having any system that is easy to parse at a glance does wonders. For Kourtney Kardashian, it’s color coding, but organizing can be alphabetical, stylistic, determined by age, and much more. Figure out what works best for your home. Organizing your home can only go so far. When you have too much in your New York apartment, then it may be better to either purge what you don’t need or keep your valuable belongings safe in a storage unit. Treasure Island Storage has several climate controlled storage units in New York and New Jersey. Check out our locations to find one near you!