Marie Kondo, who specializes in storage and personal development, is the author of a world-renowned storage method with the aim of making our interiors more pleasant to live in and for a long time to come.
After publishing several books, including the best-selling “The Magic of Storage“, which has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide, a children’s book “Kiki & Jax: The Life-Changing Magic of Friendship“, a story to encourage children and parents to tidy up their homes, and after participating in the Netflix documentary series “Tydying Up“, Marie Kondo (who is among Time Magazine’s 100 most influential personalities) has become THE reference in terms of storage today.
Her method is based on a technique that advocates storage by category and no longer by room or place.
Method or art of living, already adopted by thousands of people including celebrities and public figures.
Thanks to just a few key steps, give back freshness, organization and softness of life to your interior and do like those thousands of people who have applied his simple, relevant and effective method to banish the mess forever.
Make tidying up an event and consider your interior and objects as beings in their own right. Objects are made of positive or negative energies depending on whether they bring back good or bad memories;
Start by placing all the objects on the floor in the center of the same room, sorting them by categories (clothes, souvenirs, etc.);
Get rid of the superfluous and agree to throw away to highlight what is really important. If we don’t know what to throw away, we should ask ourselves which objects really bring pleasure and keep only those;
Define a place for each object that really enhances it, and put it back in its place of predilection after each use. This is the sine qua non of efficient storage according to the “KonMari method”;
To imbue objects and clothes with positive energy by airing them, letting them catch the light and looking at them with joy;
To store clothes according to the “KonMari method” by folding them and arranging them horizontally so that they are not piled on top of each other.
In addition to her website where you can find all of her books, but also many objects that will help you optimize your spaces and decorative objects, Marie Kondo also has a YouTube channel full of tutorials and an Instagram account with lots of nice pictures showing the results of her method.
It is also possible to hire a consultant to help you tidy up your home.