To achieve our goal we will use my secret weapon – LABELS.
We are all guilty of popping out for some stationery, only to find when we return home we already possess exactly the same items elsewhere in the house. We just couldn’t find them earlier – and now we’ve spent a bomb and didn’t need to. Oh well, the solution to this problem is quite simple.
1. Collect all stationery from around the home, and sort into groups of like with like.
2. Decide to keep supplies in a central place – like a cupboard or shelf. Only have the bare minimum in the kids’ room or desk areas.
3. Place all remaining categorised stationery in separate containers, i.e.: glue with glue, in the central cupboard or shelf.
4. Label each container. Labelling has multiple benefits. Firstly you will be able to find things easily. Secondly, clearing away is a breeze – kids (and partners) can help to put things back in the right spot. Lastly, you may save a fortune as it is so simple to do an audit of your supplies, allowing you to only buy what is needed. These delicious looking ‘Thats Mine’ labels are in teal with a “woodlands” font.…
My clients constantly ask, what are the most important elements to address, when preparing our home for sale.
These are my Top Tips for that first “wow” impression:
Ensure the front garden and entrance is immaculate, as this is the first thing potential buyers see.
Declutter & pack away as many household items as possible.
Open the curtains and let in as much light as possible.
Kitchens and Bathrooms are the prime areas of interest for buyers. Make sure they are spotless.
If you have a pool, make sure its sparkling clean, with a fluffy beach towel draped over a comfy chair near by.
Place fresh flowers or foliage around the home.
Our core business is to help you declutter & maximise your property’s price. We help you prepare the home for sale, before the commencement of the marketing campaign.
For more information contact Jo Carmichael on 0438 291 568…
All sorted out works with you to create a positive and enjoyable environment in your home.
When you sell your home, our unique concepts can help you to present your property with its best possible appeal to buyers.
We also take away much of the hassle that the “sales campaign’ can bring.
How does this work?
When we sell our home, it is important to look “through the eyes of the buyer”, who will know what is important to them. It helps the buyer to “visualize” bringing their own things to their potential new home by eliminating your ‘clutter’.
The decision to buy a home is a very emotional one. If the buyer can visualize their own possessions in the home, it is a big step towards capturing the emotional heartstrings of the purchaser. Buyers are probably inspecting a lot of properties, all in a short space of time. All sorted out will help you make it easy for buyers to imagine how your home can become their home
All sorted out can help achieve the best possible price for you home by organising the entire process of presenting the property in a favourable light for prospective buyers. If you don’t have the time, or the inclination, we will attend to everything, or if you do want to be “hands on”, we will manage the process with you.…
Following our recent blog about decor and storage, I thought you might like to see some of the storage items I have incorporated into my own home. When I mention storage to my clients it often has the connotation of plastic boxes stored in the garage with things never to be seen again. However you can see this is not the case, with a little imagination you can transform items taking up valuable space, into decorator and art pieces which are stored and enhance your home. I can work with you to achieve these features into your home decor, and release valuable space for other items.
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For many people admitting to themselves they have a disorganised and messy home is a barrier to seeking help. Once they have come to the realisation that they will accept help they are then concerned about what their friends and family will think.
All sorted out is very sensitive to the privacy of our clients and we provide a professional and confidential service. Client details will never be disclosed to a third party.
Before we commence any service we provide a signed Confidentiality Agreement.
Contact Jo on 0438 291568 to discuss your organising needs.…
Using DIY cleaning products not only makes you environmentally friendly but the ingredients are right there in your pantry.
Mix together equal parts of white vinegar and water together in a spray bottle and you will have a solution that will clean most areas of your home, with the exception of marble surfaces
Lemon juice is a wonderful,alternative cleaning product and can be used to dissolve soap scum and hard water deposits. It is also great for cleaning and shining brass and copper. Put half a lemon in the dishwasher and it will clean and deodoriser the Machine
Baking soda was one of great grandma’s standard cleaning products and has made a welcome return in recent days. It’s fantastic as a non abrasive cleanser for stubborn stains. Place a box in the fridge as a deodoriser or place a box anywhere you wish to eliminate unpleasant odours, even sneakers. Use in the laundry to boost detergent and bleach performance…
Perhaps it is not necessary to go to the extremes this New York apartment owner has to store the bikes as decorator items, but we help you with practical solutions closer that achieve the look.
Like these wonderful old suitcases converted into a bedside table complete with an unused mirror for the table top.
Or these simple baskets attached to the bathroom wall to hold towels.
They all represent decorative and functional.
If you would like to get the “look” contact Jo to help you achieve your goals and desires.