In spring, I especially want to disassemble the wardrobe, part with unnecessary things and put the rooms in perfect order. And now, when we spend at home almost all the time, this is especially important. BeautyHack.ru together with the largest book subscription service MyBook has compiled a list of books that will help you get rid of unnecessary things and organize the space around you both beautifully and functionally.
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“Less is more. Minimalism as a path to a conscious and happy life ", Joshua Becker
We recommend reading this book before you start cleaning. She fights not only with the investigation, but also with the cause of the disorder. The author, by his own example, talks about why it is so important to consciously approach purchases, without regret to part with things. Joshua also explains how to find freedom, see the opportunities around you and stop fussing over trifles. After all, minimalism is not so much an interior style as a way of life that helps to easily achieve goals and fulfill dreams.
“Sparks of joy. A simple happy life surrounded by favorite things ", Marie Kondo
You have probably already read the famous "Magic Cleaning", so we will not recommend it again. Better to draw your attention to another bestseller by Marie Kondo - “Sparks of Joy. A simple happy life surrounded by favorite things. " If in the first book the author shared her philosophy on how to be in a state of joy, surrounding herself only with the necessary things, then in the second she gives clear recommendations for organizing space. You will find step-by-step cleaning instructions, visual hint pictures on how to put things and dishes in the right way, and, of course, lessons from a simple and happy life. Must read!
Zen-style cleaning. An effortless and stress-free tidying method from a Buddhist monk ", Shuke Matsumoto
For you, cleaning has always been an unloved business that took a lot of time and effort? Then take a look at this book. Thanks to it, you will certainly learn to maintain cleanliness effortlessly, and tidying up will turn into a pleasant and soothing ritual. The author of the book, a monk of a Buddhist temple in Tokyo, Shuke Matsumoto, suggests changing his daily habits for a start: from choosing clothes to preparing dinner. He advises to approach each of these matters deliberately and slowly, learn to live the day without regrets and let go of the past.
Remodelista. Cozy home. Simple and stylish ideas for organizing space”, Julia Carlson, Margo Guralnik
After you have gotten rid of unnecessary things, and the whole apartment shines and sparkles, it's time to take a fresh look at the organization of the familiar space. And the best assistant in this is the bestseller by Julia Carlson and Margot Guralnik. The girls are sure that the guarantee of a cozy and comfortable interior is not the things themselves, but rather the ability to organize them correctly. And we are ready to prove it to you. From the book, you will learn what details you need to pay special attention to, and you can also borrow a few tricks and unconventional ideas from experts in various fields: chefs, hotel owners and even kindergarten teachers.
"The French Art of Home Comfort", Danielle Postel-Vinay
Agree, for many of us, a typical Parisian apartment with white walls, large windows, a cozy balcony and parquet flooring is an example of an ideal home where beauty and cleanliness coexist with light casualness and vintage charm. So why not add French chic to your daily routine? Moreover, this does not require much: a couple of baskets, fresh flowers, a large mirror and posters of your favorite black and white films. More ideas await you in the book by Danielle Postel-Vinay.