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This book has some interesting suggestions but while it does try to cater for smaller spaces, it is mainly for those with large American houses. Also, being aimed at the American market, not all of it is relevant to a UK homeowner (e.g. the section on organising filing for a US tax return). Still worth a read but I was hoping for more ideas which I could apply in my average sized London 1920s house.
I’m sorry to say I expected more from this book. It felt like I was being given a personal tour around the authors own house and told what she did with it to make it work for her. I was completely bored by the time I was a third of the way through listening to the same mantra over and over again. Nothing new to learn here.
I want my house to look like the pictures in this book. It acted more as inspiration to get up and declutter rather than offering actual useful tips (except the packed lunch kitchen station- who knew?!) but the photos are lovely and my cupboards are decluttered as a direct result of it.