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The Organizing Method That’s Gearing Up to Replace KonMari

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First there was Marie Kondo, who asked us to only keep things that sparked joy. Then came The Home Edit’s Clea and Joanna, who made arranging our books by color and shopping our pantries officially a thing. So what’s next? Get ready to organize from the inside out.   In 2021, we predict the whole industry is going deeper. Decluttering your home will become a mental exercise as much as a physical one. Because, if we’re being honest, it’s just not realistic to have every single item in your house spark joy (do nail clippers make anyone giddy?), and not all...

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We Asked Beyoncé’s Closet Stylist How to Make Our Clothes Double as Decor

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Look, we’d all love to organize our closets; nothing would bring us more joy than having a dozen bins for all of our belts, scarves, and miscellaneous odds and ends. But here’s the thing: Domino editors are New Yorkers, largely in possession of tiny apartments with equally small bedrooms, inside which are minuscule wardrobes—no shelves, no drawers, just a handful of inches of empty space. Given that our proclivity for collecting everything from vintage vessels to books to blazers is not likely to dissipate anytime soon, we figured it was time to call for professional backup. Enter: Melanie Fowler.  Fowler...

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How to Reorganize Your Closet—Without Using Any Plastic

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Fall is the perfect time to reorganize your closet, putting every pair of jeans, every cardigan, and every boot in its rightful place—but don’t run off to buy new plastic bins just yet. While those clear boxes might look nice and streamlined, they’re not so great for the environment. It’s definitely possible to tuck away all your stuff using only sustainable tools instead—just follow professional organizer Shira Gill’s lead. We asked her to explain exactly how she keeps her clients’ closets in tip-top shape without using any plastic at all. Here, she shares her easy-to-adopt secrets. Storage Bins For larger...

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We Asked Beyoncé’s Closet Stylist How to Make Our Clothes Double as Decor

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Look, we’d all love to organize our closets; nothing would bring us more joy than having a dozen bins for all of our belts, scarves, and miscellaneous odds and ends. But here’s the thing: Domino editors are New Yorkers, largely in possession of tiny apartments with equally small bedrooms, inside which are minuscule wardrobes—no shelves, no drawers, just a handful of inches of empty space. Given that our proclivity for collecting everything from vintage vessels to books to blazers is not likely to dissipate anytime soon, we figured it was time to call for professional backup. Enter: Melanie Fowler.  Fowler...

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How to Reorganize Your Closet—Without Using Any Plastic

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Fall is the perfect time to reorganize your closet, putting every pair of jeans, every cardigan, and every boot in its rightful place—but don’t run off to buy new plastic bins just yet. While those clear boxes might look nice and streamlined, they’re not so great for the environment. It’s definitely possible to tuck away all your stuff using only sustainable tools instead—just follow professional organizer Shira Gill’s lead. We asked her to explain exactly how she keeps her clients’ closets in tip-top shape without using any plastic at all. Here, she shares her easy-to-adopt secrets. Storage Bins For larger...

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