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Have you ever wished you had the time and tools to organize your
house in a clutter-free, design-conscious, Pinterest-worthy way? From
storage solutions and cleaning tips to secret space-saving methods and
expert strategies, The Complete Book of Home
Organization
 is packed with the tips and shortcuts you need to
effectively organize your home.

From small spaces and apartment
solutions to how to tackle a big, messy home with a 15-week total home
organization challenge, this book covers it all. The Complete
Book of Home Organization 
spells out everything you need to
de-clutter your house, store your belongings, and keep your
home—and life—in tip-top shape. With high-quality
design, intricate detail, and a durable flexicover—this manual is
the perfect gift!

Organize the 30 main spaces of your home,
including the living and dining spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms, guest
areas, baby and kids’ rooms, utility spaces and garages, entryways
and offices, patios and decks, closets and pet areas! Keep track of
your pantry, holiday and craft supplies, weekly menu planning,
keepsakes, and schedules. From the basement to the attic, this book
covers every nook and cranny.

With step-by-step instructions,
detailed illustrations, and handy checklists, say goodbye to a messy
home and wasted storage space!

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Jun 13, 2016

Disappointed. I'm pretty organized but like to read new books on the topic. The rooms they chose for the photos were much larger than the average family home. How many people have walk-in kitchen pantries or closets and rooms filled with built-in shelving systems? It's not very practical for people who live in average size homes or apartments.
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Mar 23, 2016

This book is pretty and filled with many before and after shots, but I found it overall a blah organizing book. I didn't agree with a lot of it-for instance the author suggests color coding your books. Maybe your 9 year old daughter will like the rainbow effect on your bookshelf, but I have never heard the librarian tell me to go look in the teal section to find a book I needed. Also in the before and after shots, many times the after involves a custom closet overhaul. Most of my clients don't This book is pretty and filled with many before and after shots, but I found it overall a blah organizing book. I didn't agree with a lot of it-for instance the author suggests color coding your books. Maybe your 9 year old daughter will like the rainbow effect on your bookshelf, but I have never heard the librarian tell me to go look in the teal section to find a book I needed. Also in the before and after shots, many times the after involves a custom closet overhaul. Most of my clients don't want to (or need to) call an expensive closet company to purge the clutter. You just need a system that works for you. And ps, the biggest message in this book is look at your room, you have too much stuff in it, clean it out. But you knew that already, which is why you are reading this book. ...more
4

Nov 05, 2017

The Complete Book of Home Organization is a magazine-style approach to home organization.

The reason I didn't give it 5 stars was mainly because of the design (I don't love the number-format). At the beginning I thought it would be a 3-star book (like her cleaning one), but there were some super good ideas that brought it up a star.

This review took me soo long to write because there were so many good ideas!! Generally, I think that is Tori Hammersleys strength; for certain things she is REALLY The Complete Book of Home Organization is a magazine-style approach to home organization.

The reason I didn't give it 5 stars was mainly because of the design (I don't love the number-format). At the beginning I thought it would be a 3-star book (like her cleaning one), but there were some super good ideas that brought it up a star.

This review took me soo long to write because there were so many good ideas!! Generally, I think that is Tori Hammersley’s strength; for certain things she is REALLY great, but in some areas her approaches are just mediocre.

Below: I will go over good ideas, what I disagreed with, and what I didn't like.

Highlights
"019: Focus On Your Fridge"
Step 1: Scrub
Step 2: Place washable lining on the shelves/in drawers
Step 3: Use organizing bins on shelves
Step 5: Use containers inside the drawers for like items
>> Her fridge area is great! Her fridge looks gorgeous and I was impressed with this.

"030: Organize Under the Sink"
- Uses 3M's Command Hooks (looks really good!)

"046: Pack Your Snacks
Keep A List of Snack Ideas
(Nuts (all kinds), Dried fruit, Fresh fruits or veggies and dips, yogurt or cheese, dark chocolate, air popped popcorn, healthy crackers or chips, granola or protein bars)" (Hammersley, ?).
Good ideas there, and this page set was STUNNING (paired with "Create a School Lunch Station".)

"058: Throw a Casual Party
- Don't Overbuy
- Plan the Flow
There's a reason cruise ship and fancy hotel buffets are set up the way they are. Learn from these experts, and create a natural flow for your guests. A stack of plates at one end of the table signifies that it's the starting point. It would seem logical to place cutlery there... but trying to juggle a plate, cutlery and serving spoons is awkward. Instead, put the utensils at the end of the buffet, where they're easy to grab with a free hand once all the serving and ladling is done." (Hammersley, ?).

"059: Be Ready To Party
It's always a good idea to keep party supplies on hand for impromptu celebrations or those times when you forgot to pick up candles because you were so busy making the cake! Label a large shoebox "Party Box" and fill it with the necessities. ...candles, balloons, streamers, cake decorating items, and any festive banners... Next time you throw a surprise party, you'll have peace of mind knowing that you're well prepared. The only things left to do will be to cook the food and enjoy the fun. When stocking your party supply box, remember to shop sales and clearance sections after the holidays. Prices for party supplies hit rock bottom during these times." (Hammersley, ?).

Loved this next section:
"086: Prepare the Guest Bedroom
Comfort Items: Add a throw blanket, extra robe, and slippers to the bedside. If you have space, add a reading chair, desk and lamp.

Snack Station: On the dresser you can set up a self-serve snack station... and a small basket of snacks (chocolate, crackers, granola bars) for late-night hunger pangs.

Miscellaneous Items: Make sure your guests have helpful items like an alarm clock, TV channel guide, and the guest Wifi password." (Hammersley, ?).

"087: Stock Your Bathroom for Guests
Clean Towels: Consider keeping a separate set of white bath towels, hand towels and washcloths specifically for guests. It's always nice to get a matching set.

Toiletries: ...You never know what your guests may have forgotten, so include everything! ...Toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes, floss, feminine products, first aid kit..." (Hammersley, ?).

"088: Make Your Guests Feel Welcome
Menu Planning: ...find out if they have any food or environmental allergies. Also ask what their favourite snacks, foods and drinks are. Keep a basket of snacks and fruit on the counter so they can grab and go... Plan out the dinner menu ahead of time and go shopping before your guests arrive... display the weekly menu on the refrigerator door for all to see. You'll head off unforeseen issues this way, or your guests can make alternate plans without feeling awkward. The more organized you are, the more smoothly your [week of] hosting will go.

Entertainment: ...collect all of the fliers about activities that your area has to offer." (Hammersley, ?).

"089: Create a Guest Haven
If you live in a small home or don’t have a designated bedroom for your guests, you can still pamper them by putting together a guest basket. They’ll feel just as pampered on the pull-out sofabed if they can tell you’ve prepared and are eager to have them… Offer freshly laundered blankets and sheets, a set of travel-size toiletries, and an extra toothbrush… ” (Hammersley, ?).

“121: Organize Your Files // 122: Follow the System
Bills & Banking: Green | Taxes & Income: Orange | Medical, Dental & Pets: Red | House & Auto: Yellow | Memberships, School, Vacations & Other: Blue” (Hammersley, ?).
>> I like the colour-coding system here! Her file organization is great, she’s a pro at it. I think she has indepth posts on her blog about it so I’ll check it out later (it’s worth checking out!)

“124: Create a Homework Center
You’ll Need: Desk and chair, lamp, computer and printer, calculator, ruler, hanging calendar, crafting supplies (keep in a separate box), school supplies (highlighters, pens and pencils, paper stored in a desktop file box…, markers, coloured pencils, crayons, glue, scissors, protractor.” (Hammersley, ?).

“Quick Tip: Binder It
Take ten minutes to create a parent’s school binder to keep track of important paperwork throughout the year. Make a separate tab for each of the following: Yearly School Calendar, School information (address, phone number, principal, etc.), Teacher information (name/contact info, phone number, email, etc.), Lunch/bell schedules, Bus schedules, Sick notes, Handbook and policies” (Hammersley, ?).

“128: Build a Gift-Wrapping Station
…Ribbons and bows, tape, scissors and glue, pens and markers, greeting cards (sort by occasion…), gift bags, tissue paper” (Hammersley, ?).

“131: Enforce a Nightly Cleanup
Children need to be reminded that cleaning up isn’t a chore—Instead, it’s another way to make playing more fun. Put on a favourite song and have the kids gather and put away toys until it’s over… Turning cleanup into an enjoyable activity will give children pride in their space and establish a routine.” (Hammersley, ?).

“135: Net a Zoo”
Use a hanging hammock to store stuffed animals – it’s like a home/bed for them to go to sleep at night!

“Week 12: Playroom Challenge”
Idea: Put toys out of sight for a month and see if the kids ask for it during that time. If they don’t, they probably never will (and you can donate it).

“143: Set up a Home Gym
…Towels, Yoga supplies, weights, resistance bands, videos, whiteboard (to jot down your workout schedule), tv/tablet/speakers (workout videos), machinery (if you have space).” (Hammersley, ?)
“163: Create a Goodbye Station
Set up a donation or goodbye station in your garage for any items from your home that are on their way out. This will help you keep track of these items, and remind you to take them to their assigned new (or old) homes. Separate them by category: Donate (any items you are donating to charity), Return (Any store-bought items that need to be returned- make it a mission to return them all within a week!), Sell (anything you will be selling in your upcoming garage sale), Borrowed (items that you’ve borrowed and need to return…). Get that stuff out of there, and enjoy your newly reclaimed space!” (Hammersley, ?).

“165: Stock the Car for Emergencies: Emergency Kits
Personal care kit (hand sanitizer, tissues, feminine products, lip balm,… sunscreen, trash bag, water bottle, blanket, extra money, non-perishable snacks)
First-aid kit…” (Hammersley, ?).

Didn’t like:
"008: Group Your Utensils" (Hammersley, ?). Really? Do people actually not group like-utensils together?!

"[083: Divide Your Dresser] Divide Drawers
...The trick is to fold them all in the same manner and into similar sizes, and then put them away in neat rows, standing up. This is the Konmari method..." (Hammersley, ?).
>> Unless you're really disciplined, this method will fall to pieces in about 0.05 seconds. I think it's a really bad idea.

“122: Follow the System
Bills & Banking: Green | Taxes & Income: Orange | Medical, Dental & Pets: Red | House & Auto: Yellow | Memberships, School, Vacations & Other: Blue” (Hammersley, ?). I like the system but I don’t like how “Memberships, School, Vacations & Other” fall under ONE category!! There should be a separate one for other.

“Quick Tip: Learn Your ABCs
…Label each bin with a letter of the alphabet and sort toys accordingly. It’s a learning tool and organizational system in one!” (Hammersley, ?).

“[146: Attack Your Attic]: Embrace Plastic”
No, don’t embrace plastic. It’s bad for the environment. Use cardboard whenever you can; yes, it’s not as durable but it can look really attractive and you’re not supporting plastic and oil.

There are no page numbers! ????????

In conclusion, I would recommend this to:
a) People new to organizing;
b) People who already have motivation to be organized;
c) People looking for great ideas to do with Guests & Guest Rooms, Kids, Paper organization;
d) Fans of A Bowl Full of Lemons (that's me--partially why I read the book!);
e) People looking for a simpler approach (a lot of the ideas are more simple/obvious and don't have that WOW factor). ...more
5

Jan 08, 2016

If you need some inspiration and motivation to organize your home and your life, then this book is a must have. When I have a space that is cluttered, I start to feel stressed and overwhelmed. This book helps to break down the organizing process with weekly challenges, checklists, and solutions to making the most of whatever space you may have. Not only does it offer many ideas on how to tackle large areas such as the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, and garage, but also smaller spaces such as your If you need some inspiration and motivation to organize your home and your life, then this book is a must have. When I have a space that is cluttered, I start to feel stressed and overwhelmed. This book helps to break down the organizing process with weekly challenges, checklists, and solutions to making the most of whatever space you may have. Not only does it offer many ideas on how to tackle large areas such as the kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, and garage, but also smaller spaces such as your pantry, closets, entryway, and laundry room. This book is filled with great DIYs and tips such as how to make your own natural cleansers, how to fold a fitted sheet, and even how to meal prep. This book also helps to guide you on where things should be placed so that your home not only looks clean, but makes your life easier by teaching you that creating a balanced home helps to create a balanced life. Not only for you, but for anyone else who enters your home. The book itself is well made with rounded corners and a high quality paperback soft cover with gorgeous photography. ...more
2

Aug 15, 2018

The words "pesky" and "cute" are rife in this book. I don't think dustbunnies are pesky or bathroom scrubbers need to be stored in a cute tote, I just want ideas to keep my house clean and efficient. Not my thing.
1

Aug 06, 2016

Thank goodness my public library had this book, and I didn't waste my money on a pretty but useless book. You know that Kate Hudson book, "Pretty Happy"? This book could be called "Pretty Useless."

The book is like a magazine in its layout, which is not a good thing in this case. You'd think that a book on home organization would be organized well. Nope.

I think the author could probably take this content, rearrange it, and have a much better book.

If you are looking for books on how to organize Thank goodness my public library had this book, and I didn't waste my money on a pretty but useless book. You know that Kate Hudson book, "Pretty Happy"? This book could be called "Pretty Useless."

The book is like a magazine in its layout, which is not a good thing in this case. You'd think that a book on home organization would be organized well. Nope.

I think the author could probably take this content, rearrange it, and have a much better book.

If you are looking for books on how to organize your home, look elsewhere. There are far better books out there.

From one of the reviews I read, this book is by a blogger. It seems that many of the bloggers who try to write a book often fail to make the transition successfully.

I had high hopes for this book. The reviews on Amazon were good, and the pictures looked gorgeous. The layout looked modern. The content is consistent with what you'd read in "Real Simple" and many shelter publications, but the organization of the book is so poorly layed out that it makes for a hot mess. Pass.

Back to the library I go. ...more
5

Jan 17, 2020

As a visual learner and sometimes scatter-brained thinker, I loved the tips and lots of pictures this book contains!!
2

Jul 17, 2017

This is a great book if you are an upper middle class woman living in a sprawling house in the suburbs. Or if you like looking at photos of large rooms beautifully organized through the magic of purchasing things at the container store or having custom made closets built. Not a lot of practical/practicable ideas otherwise =/
4

Jul 16, 2016

Great ideas for everyone/everything. I did notice that they were a bit too label happy... And alot of the before and after photos made me think that those people had WAY TOO MUCH STUFF.
5

Aug 27, 2018

A very thorough book on home organization.

I would recommend this book for people who have q house or large apartment. Any place smaller wouldn't be able to utilize the suggestions and there's better books out there that address smaller spaces better.

With that said, I learned at least two or three new tricks per chapter. I loved the pictures and really wished they included more. I gave this book 5 stars because I felt it gave me a lot of options like putting areas into zones and a lot of A very thorough book on home organization.

I would recommend this book for people who have q house or large apartment. Any place smaller wouldn't be able to utilize the suggestions and there's better books out there that address smaller spaces better.

With that said, I learned at least two or three new tricks per chapter. I loved the pictures and really wished they included more. I gave this book 5 stars because I felt it gave me a lot of options like putting areas into zones and a lot of solutions to specific problems like ways to organize your closet without having to spend an arm and leg in a simple doable plan.
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4

Nov 10, 2015

First sentence: Within the walls of our home, we try to live a balanced life.

Favorite quote: By understanding where clutter originates and the effect it has on your life, you will begin to see the importance of a regular purging schedule.

I am by nature as is my husband very organized yet I always enjoy reading tips and ideas and finding ways of organizing I had not previously thought of. This is a beautiful book. The photography is exquisite, the layout easy to follow and understand and Toni's First sentence: Within the walls of our home, we try to live a balanced life.

Favorite quote: By understanding where clutter originates and the effect it has on your life, you will begin to see the importance of a regular purging schedule.

I am by nature as is my husband very organized yet I always enjoy reading tips and ideas and finding ways of organizing I had not previously thought of. This is a beautiful book. The photography is exquisite, the layout easy to follow and understand and Toni's writing flows and inspires. She did a superb job on this book. ...more
1

Aug 31, 2017

Filled with pretty (unrealistic) photos. How many of us need to organize around 2 KitchenAid stand mixers? One "after" closet photo that only had 4 pairs of shoes in it! Nothing groundbreaking here. I'm fairly organized but would rather live my life than pour my pantry staples into clear plastic containers so that they would look nice, or spend X minutes a day before bed cleaning X room because it would make such a difference in the morning. (I wanted to add up all those pre-bedtime minutes I'd Filled with pretty (unrealistic) photos. How many of us need to organize around 2 KitchenAid stand mixers? One "after" closet photo that only had 4 pairs of shoes in it! Nothing groundbreaking here. I'm fairly organized but would rather live my life than pour my pantry staples into clear plastic containers so that they would look nice, or spend X minutes a day before bed cleaning X room because it would make such a difference in the morning. (I wanted to add up all those pre-bedtime minutes I'd have to spend - according to the author - but didn't want to waste EVEN MORE time on this madness.) This book reminded me of Real Simple magazine, which I tend to like, but I found the text really inane. Glad I only wasted time and not money on this book - back to the library it goes! ...more
4

Feb 07, 2019

I impulsively picked this up off a library shelf (one of those early January displays for all your resolutions that tricksy librarian types put out!). It was a good choice!

The advice is essentially Marie Kondo type stuff -- ie, the Kitchen Challenge starts with emptying everything in your cabinets and drawers onto the kitchen table, and doing "sort and purge." It's not breaking new ground, but it's a beautiful book. The photos are gorgeous and I also loved the little watercolor and ink sketches I impulsively picked this up off a library shelf (one of those early January displays for all your resolutions that tricksy librarian types put out!). It was a good choice!

The advice is essentially Marie Kondo type stuff -- ie, the Kitchen Challenge starts with emptying everything in your cabinets and drawers onto the kitchen table, and doing "sort and purge." It's not breaking new ground, but it's a beautiful book. The photos are gorgeous and I also loved the little watercolor and ink sketches of cocktails, cleaning supplies, kitchen utensils, etc. It was just happy to read because it's a visually stunning book.

By breaking the tasks down into small things, it didn't feel incredibly hard to get started on doing something. When I was only partially through the book, I did my freezer, spice drawers and tea area, and felt so much better. I also added several ideas to my to-do list from this book. My teenager got me started using Microsoft's "to do" app this year (also in January) and I added several ideas from this book to my "home organizing" list in To Do. Most of them were really simple things, like "order new deck cushions" (ours are 19 years old!!), but things I need to be reminded to do. As well as this handy advice: "don't save more children's art than you can look through in one sitting." I haven't put that in practice yet, but it did make sense. ...more
3

Oct 16, 2017

Pretty pictures, some great ideas, mostly just common sense. Still a good book to flip through for inspiration!
4

Mar 01, 2017

A easy to read instruction on decluttering your home - from that junky kitchen drawer to the deep freezer. I took away a few very handy makeover ideas which have literally been quite life changing. Worth a look.
3

Sep 18, 2017

There are a lot of tips in this book. I guess I'm not as organized as I thought, because this book made me anxious. It's too organized for me, and that's fine. To each her own.
3

Jun 17, 2019

This book has a lot of great photos of organization ideas & some basic information on how to sort and clean rooms in the home. It goes more in depth on challenging rooms such as the kitchen, closets, and office spaces which was appreciated, as these rooms typically accumulate large amounts of clutter. There is plenty of checklists in here that are handy and thorough.

Though this book calls itself the complete book of home organization, it is definitely more applicable to large homes. It This book has a lot of great photos of organization ideas & some basic information on how to sort and clean rooms in the home. It goes more in depth on challenging rooms such as the kitchen, closets, and office spaces which was appreciated, as these rooms typically accumulate large amounts of clutter. There is plenty of checklists in here that are handy and thorough.

Though this book calls itself the “complete” book of home organization, it is definitely more applicable to large homes. It focuses heavily on homes that have large pantries, walk in closets, and separate laundry, office & playrooms. The author also focuses on creating separate zones for separate activities, but in a small space many times rooms have to work for a handful of activities. Someone reading this can look between the lines and transfer the advice to an extent, but more detail in terms of small homes, and rentals would be needed to call this a complete home organization guide. ...more
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Mar 20, 2019

This went beyond most organization books, recommending furniture to utilize space, items to freeze in preparation and meal prep ideas. I loved the kitchen part the most. The guest room ideas were also great, if you have regular guests and the space/funds. The good thing is there are lots of suggestions that can work for multiple budgets and sized spaces. A couple of suggestions for natural and home address cleaning products too.
Lots of great tips for people with kids- I'll have to remember some This went beyond most organization books, recommending furniture to utilize space, items to freeze in preparation and meal prep ideas. I loved the kitchen part the most. The guest room ideas were also great, if you have regular guests and the space/funds. The good thing is there are lots of suggestions that can work for multiple budgets and sized spaces. A couple of suggestions for natural and home address cleaning products too.
Lots of great tips for people with kids- I'll have to remember some of those! ...more
5

Sep 26, 2017

I love a good organizing book and this one is great! I know because half my house is looking amazing and I am exhausted. I love how it is numbered by task and then gives you plans along the way. I had just done a heavy cleaning and sorting on my kitchen, so it wasn't too bad, but the suggestions in the book had me going back and tweaking my own system and after several days I have found my tiny kitchen is better than ever. My daughter asked to borrow it, but I think I'm going to get her a copy I love a good organizing book and this one is great! I know because half my house is looking amazing and I am exhausted. I love how it is numbered by task and then gives you plans along the way. I had just done a heavy cleaning and sorting on my kitchen, so it wasn't too bad, but the suggestions in the book had me going back and tweaking my own system and after several days I have found my tiny kitchen is better than ever. My daughter asked to borrow it, but I think I'm going to get her a copy for herself. If you want to get on track here's the instruction book! ...more
3

Jan 13, 2019

This book has some good ideas for organizing and includes checklists for a 14 week journey organizing your home. However, I fundamentally disagree with her suggestion that everything be brought out at once before sorting through it. From working with hoarders and many disorganized people, I can verify that this method hardly ever works because it causes too much anxiety and overwhelm. It is best to start with a small section of the chosen room, and work around until back at the start.
2

Nov 10, 2018

A lot of tips this book provides are just common sense and there isn't much that you can't find on pinterest. There are pretty pictures, but there's also a lot of repetition (you can hand shoe organizers on your door to organize a great many of things, we get it). I might try a few small tips, but overall I don't have the house the tips work for. You'd probably be better of getting this book from a library rather than buying it!
5

Feb 02, 2020

I consider myself pretty organized, but this book helped bring focus to my organization. For example, in the kitchen section, the author talks about dividing your space into cooking, cleaning, preparation, storage, and food zones and explains what should go in each zone. I dont live in a massive home with a lots of space, but still feel like the principles in this book can be utilized in my smaller home. I consider myself pretty organized, but this book helped bring focus to my organization. For example, in the kitchen section, the author talks about dividing your space into cooking, cleaning, preparation, storage, and food zones and explains what should go in each zone. I don’t live in a massive home with a lots of space, but still feel like the principles in this book can be utilized in my smaller home. ...more
3

Jul 12, 2019

The author has it broken down to one week challenges (this isn't a great time for me to do that). There are many good tips, but nothing unique - you can sum it up as 1. pare down to what you actually need 2. find a place for everything 3. label the place so that it makes it back.
It is a beautiful book, and I recommend borrowing it from the library. That way, you can take a room/tip/challenge and implement it and then re-borrow it sometime later for renewed inspiration.
1

Feb 13, 2019

While there are some interesting ideas, there is nothing new that hasn't already been passed around in the organization circles for years. The book was hard to follow as each page is crammed with small font trying to pull your attention from one topic to the next before you make any progress. Reads like a blog where the writer has prioritized advertising revenue over solid content.
2

Jun 29, 2019

Not for a UK reader. As always the US idea of a small home bears no relation to a London flat and mine is a large flat. If you have a mud room, laundry room, space for a home office and a walk in closet this is for you. She mentions having five baskets to sort things. I dont have room for five baskets. Not for a UK reader. As always the US idea of a small home bears no relation to a London flat and mine is a large flat. If you have a mud room, laundry room, space for a home office and a walk in closet this is for you. She mentions having five baskets to sort things. I don’t have room for five baskets. ...more

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