Now that we have more possessions than ever, sorting out your belongings has never been more important. There's a palpable tranquility to the well-organized home, and a lack of clutter, combined with order behind closet doors, goes a long way toward encouraging relaxed living. In "The Well-Organized Home", interiors expert Judith Wilson guides you to getting the best from storage, whatever size or style your home. Wilson begins by taking you through useful thought processes, from categorizing different types of storage to purging unnecessary clutter in the first place. The following chapters consider the basic storage need of individual rooms, such as food storage in the kitchen, followed by more detailed, task-specific needs, like finding a home for sports equipment. The book features built-in and freestanding options--smaller-scale baskets and boxes, drawer units and cupboards made to order and modular, wall-mounted hooks and racks all feature, together with space-saving and unusual decorative solutions. -Achievable advice from bestselling interiors expert Judith Wilson. -Each chapter ends with a room-specific checklist of items to be stored and key issues to address.