Have you ever searched for ‘declutter your home services’, then felt almost anxious at the thought of what this kind of service looks like, and indeed, what such expertise might cost?  When you search for ‘declutter your home services’, it can sometimes be with just a vague expectation of what one person or a company can do for you, or you might have clear ideas in mind. Whatever your motive, decluttering doesn’t need to be as daunting as you may think.


Firstly, it’s important to realise if you have been thinking about it for some time, you likely need help, and that is the hardest part, asking for help. I have so many clients who say, “I should be able to do this myself”, and I always smile as there are so many things us humans should be able to do on our own, but don’t. Sometimes, we just need a hand to hold and that is essentially, what a ‘declutter your home service’ is.


I work with a variety of clients, from those who know exactly what they want to get from the service, and those who struggle to focus on what needs to happen first. The fear is normally the same. Where do we start? That is why they often find themselves searching for ‘declutter your home services.’


During the consultation process, I tend to ask lots of questions, sometimes they may seem pointless, but they have an important purpose. Sometimes you don’t know how you feel about somebody in your house until those questions get asked.


I then create a plan that is both workable, achievable and agreed by both parties. I explain to the client that the plan is to declutter their home to the point that:


  • Floors do not have anything other than furniture on them
  • There is nothing on top of cupboards
  • There is nothing underneath cupboards
  • There is nothing clogging up shelves, cabinets or cupboards
  • And finally, there is nothing lying around parts of the house waiting for a place to call home J


In my mind, one of the key assets of a ‘declutter your home service’ is to help you see the best place for everything to go. My methodology is simple, a place for everything and everything in its place.


The hardest part is often the letting go. For some, it can be hard to let go of stuff you bought (especially if it cost a small fortune). But I always look at it like this… you got the pleasure of buying it, using it, looking at it, wearing it and more. In other words, you already HAD value. Now, it no longer suits, looks good, has worn badly, or you no longer fit into it. It is time to let go. Giving is one of the most rewarding things you can do for others, but also for yourself. They say you get back what you give out, and giving to those who are struggling is incredibly heart-warming and satisfactory. Of course, if something is deemed of high value, and you wish to recoup some of your spend, there are plenty of ways to do this, either via an Auction house or online selling site.


I can help with any and every element of your home declutter and I’m even partial to helping you create a mood board. After all, if you don’t know how you want your home to look, it’s going to be harder to get there.


With my help there’s a strong chance you can get the home of your dreams in no time.


With love,