One of the first steps to living tiny is to downsize one’s belongings. At the end of the day, there simply isn’t enough space to fit 2,000 square feet of stuff into 200 square feet! While decluttering coach Morgan lives in a modest (but not tiny) 1,200 square foot home, her organization advice is relevant to tiny homers as well.
During our interview she mentioned that a home is like a garden — each season it needs care and upkeep — it’s not a “one and done” project. I love that reframing of mind! We constantly need to evaluate what we have, what we need, and what we should pass on in order to live more simply.
Enjoy the pictures below of her mid-century modern home, and then read the Q&A with some advice for decluttering below! Follow her on Instagram here.
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Decluttering Coach’s Humble Home
I love seeing a minimalist home that still makes room for books!
I’m all for the couch and chair! Great colors!
Some simple framed artwork in the dining area.
The kitchen isn’t remodeled yet, but we can update the post when it is!
Morgan’s office wall is absolutely stunning!
Look at how tidy her desk is!
In the bedroom, she chose a dark spruce color and it’s gorgeous.
Baskets make a simple and stunning wall art piece.
Morgan and her husband have a few cats.
The clean lines of her furniture makes the place feel extra tidy.
Her bathroom is a perfect blend of old-fashioned, yet clean.
Interview with Morgan
What are your name(s)?
How many people (and animals) are living in your home?
How did your business get started? How did you become a decluttering coach?
Why do you think people have so much clutter?
How does your business help people?
How many square feet is your home?
How does keeping a small home help you stay decluttered?
What do you do to keep a minimalist space?
What are the benefits of living with less?
How long have you been living minimally?
Describe your decorating style and philosophy.
What benefits are you experiencing from minimalism?
What about some challenges?
What makes your home special?
What is your favorite part of your home?
What helpful advice would you give to others interested in minimalism or decluttering? What’s your #1 tip?
Anything I didn’t ask about that we should know?
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