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  • Laura’s Guide To Organisation

    It might not come as a surprise that Laura is somewhat of an expert when it comes to organisation. Her desk at Wardrobe ICONS HQ is a masterclass in harmonious order, while her home is a haven of storage solutions where everything has its place. ‘Tidy house, tidy mind’ is Laura’s motto, and it’s the perfect sentiment to take into January. Which is why she’s sharing her little black book of clever buys, tips and tricks to help you get your new year ducks in a row. Then we can all enjoy a positively zen 2020.


    Panama Textured-leather Notebook£47

    “I always find the start of the year is the time to focus on ideas and inspirations for the next 12 months. This is the perfect notebook to write them down in – and make them happen!”


    Jewellery Storage Cone£10

    “I keep a ring stacker on my bedside table to ensure I never lose my precious jewellery. This rose quartz one is not only chic, it has healing properties, too.”

    “This set of rope storage trunks can be used for hiding away toys or keeping magazines. Stack them up to make a stylish feature.”

    Morris & Co.

    Wilhelmina Scented Drawer Liners, Pack of 5£10

    “Give yourself that feel-good spring clean feeling by tidying up your lingerie drawer and adding one of these beautiful scented sachet.”

    Ferm Living

    Solid Brass Hexagon Paper Towel Stand£40.49

    “If you do one thing this January, upgrade your kitchen towel stand to this marble and brass design. It will instantly make your worktops look more polished.”


    Jewellery 4-section Tray£20

    “These are the best jewellery trays around. Choose from a range of different depths and configurations to suit your collection, then stack them in your drawers. If you can see your jewellery, you’re much more likely to wear it.”

    Flexa Play

    Storage Bench£158

    “To keep messy playrooms in check, a stylish storage bench is a must. Keep toys tucked away inside and stacked on top. This also comes in blue, white and grey.”

    Madam Stoltz

    6 Baskets Wall Storage£62

    “When it comes to small spaces, vertical storage is your friend. Hang this chic wire wall tidy next to your desk to keep pens and papers in order.”


    Chalkboard Labels With Erasable Chalk Pens£6.99

    “I can’t recommend these reusable labels enough. Stick onto jars and tubs, then use the chalk pen to write what’s inside. I love the vintage-inspired shapes.”

    The Steamery

    Cirrus No. 2 Travel Steamer£110

    “One of the best things you can do for your wardrobe is to keep clothes beautifully pressed. Plug a steamer near your closet and iron pieces before you hang them back up. Steamery’s hand-held number is both easy to use and stylish.”

    kikki. K

    A4 Project Planner Pad£7.50

    “Start a project and see it through with the help of this planner pad, which can be kept on a desk or kitchen counter.”

    Ferm Living

    Pencil Holder Brass£72

    “The secret to order is to keep items contained. Group pencils and pens by colour, then store them in this ultra stylish desk tidy.”


    Inflatable Boot Shapers£8.50

    “These genius boot shapers will stop boots getting squashed when packed in a storage box or suitcase. Simply inflate, then pop one in each boot.”


    Digori Long Glass Box£110

    “If you like to take off your jewellery as soon as you come in the door, then you need this delicate glass box on your hallway table – simply place pieces inside as you remove them. The little compartments will mean everything has its place.”


    Canvas Wall Tidy£8.99

    “Hang space-saving wall tidies on the back of doors or wardrobes and store anything from shoes to nappies and creams inside.” 

    “This set of six interconnected pouches is the perfect size for keeping fiddly bits in one place. Use for tickets and passports when travelling, or keys and treats on the school run.”

    “This was one of my best buys of last year – it’s great for keeping all those little kitchen bits (sauce bottles, spice pots, kids snacks) organised. Put it in a cupboard or fridge and spin!”

    “I use these clever organisers to keep my daughters’ art cupboard in check. Stock up on a few, then theme them by play session – I have one for colouring in, beading, painting and glitter.”  


    Velvet Button Tufted Lid Storage Ottoman£249

    “Furniture that doubles as storage is always a winner. I have this at the end of my bed and use it for linens and towels.” 

    The Lacquer Company

    X Rita Konig Belles Rives Small Lacquered Tray£175

    “Messy work tops are tidied with a stylish tray that can be used to house pens, keys and cards.”

    “Wire baskets are a chic and inexpensive storage solution. Use them in the office to hold stationery, or at home to keep toys tidy. Grouping toys by colour will make things look extra neat.”

    Notable Designs

    A5 Old School Clip Board£11

    “Stop those important bits of paper getting lost by clipping them onto a retro clip board.”

    Bridie Hall

    Brush Pot£40

    “Brush pots don’t come any more stylish than these. Pick the initials of your children for the playroom, or your own and place them on the dressing table for make-up brushes.”  

    “Just because storage is out of sight doesn’t mean it shouldn’t look good. This seagrass basket is perfect for under-bed areas.”


    Drawer Organiser£20

    “Here’s how to make packed lunches a breeze. Keep pittas, fruit and drinks in the bottom compartment and smaller items such as cheese in the top. Put it in the fridge ready to reach for in the morning.” 



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