I’m an interior whizz – my simple tip helps you banish clutter and it won’t cost you anything

AN INTERIOR expert has shared his trick that promises to get rid of the clutter in your home — and it won’t cost you a penny.

It’s so obvious you’ll wonder why you never thought of it before.

The TikTok interior expert Alex swore by their decluttering trick


The TikTok interior expert Alex swore by their decluttering trickPhoto credit: TikTok/alexandriaparis_
It won't cost you anything to invest in it


It won’t cost you anything to invest in itPhoto credit: TikTok/alexandriaparis_

Certainly, Alex (@alexandriaparis) vouched for it in her post.

“I swear by this hack in my closet,” she wrote. “The constant changing of my clothes between seasons really helps me put away what I’m not wearing.”

She should know what she’s talking about.

Over 176,000 followers and another 753,000 likes follow her TikTok posts on the topic of “home and lifestyle”.

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Her clutter hack has been a welcome addition to her platform for many.

“If you’re struggling with clutter and overconsumption in your home, this minimalist trick will help you deal with it,” she promised her fans.

It was all about moving objects around your home.

“By moving items to a new location, you can look at them in a different context,” she explained. “This way you can identify items that you no longer need or use.”

This could lead to identifying storage opportunities that may have previously been overlooked.

“As you move items, you may find that you need new storage solutions,” she wrote. “Or that certain items would be better placed in another room.”

Such actions clear the mind.

“It also helps you identify items that are taking up valuable space,” Alex said.

Essentially, this process leads to re-evaluating possessions and determining whether or not you really want them.

If you feel like you don’t need them, extra space could be the deciding factor.

“As you move around and declutter your space, you might find that you’re more willing to let things go.

“A change in mindset can really change the way you look at your possessions,” Alex wrote, “and inspire you to let go of the things that no longer serve you.”

Commenters thought her hack was brilliant.

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“Such a great hack. So true,” was someone’s enthusiastic reply.

“Right, true, true,” agreed another. “Clearing closets and decluttering made me feel calmer and less anxious. It feels good to be organized,” this commenter concluded of her post.

Her cleanup hack consisted of four elements


Her cleanup hack consisted of four elementsPhoto credit: TikTok/alexandriaparis_

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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