Happiness in organised and styled interiors.

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‘I kind of like being a bit messy’, ‘I know where everything is or certainly in which bundle’.

These are the kind of sentences I hear from two groups of people: the ones who are sure they’ll get organised by themselves – just not yet….; and the partner or child of the person who called for assistance. So how can organising interiors make everyone happy?


Outside all kinds of influences are affecting, and even questioning, how people feel about themselves and the world around them. A quick Google search suggests that anything from 247 – 3000 marketing messages are coming at us daily*, making it important for people to have a place to get away from it and maybe even to re-connect with themselves. Where better than inside their homes to do as they please, not questioning who they are, what shampoo they use, car they drive, food they eat etc.?

If, however, you are having to wade through stuff in your home, unable to appreciate one item from another, relaxing and finding benefit from such an environment is going to be tricky. Organising and styling the items in your home will  prove a great step toward feeling happier. Affirming your own style this way might very well even make you feel encouraged about what can be achieved in the future.

When clients call with their partner or child in mind -and some do- they call for assistance because they hope to be able to do as they please in their home too. Only their partner or child’s habits are making this increasingly tricky, and they’re missing out on being able to spend a better time together, not always be dealing with material issues, none of which –when all is said and done – brings any of them the same joy as they could bring each other.

To make sure who could be perceived as the culprit isn’t feeling attacked, these are the steps to take:

  • hear  each others’ needs and wants, and respect each others’ wishes,
  • organise your own treasures to your needs,
  • don’t get involved what the others define as their treasures,
  • style your treasures,
and see your space increase while saving money, energy and time.
You, and those who share your home with, will be able to spend resources in a more fun and productive way.This in turn will make everyone more contentment and respectful of each other, ultimately all relaxing on issues which previously were such a bone of contention.

So you see – creating a nice and organised space with your familiar items, celebrating you, and where you have got to, is finding happiness in organised and styled interiors.

Are you next to experience that kgn design created happy feeling? Go on – you’ll be in the company of many other satisfied customers.


*    http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=56750

The average American is exposed to 247 commercial messages each day.” Consumer Reports Website http://www.consumerreports.org/main/detailv2.jsp?CONTENT%3C%3Ecnt_id=18759&FOLDER%3C%3Efolder_id=18151

According to Alf Nucifora, an Atlanta-based marketing consultant: Research tells us that the average American consumer is exposed to more that 600 advertising messages a day in one form or another.” http://phoenix.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/1997/05/05/smallb2.html


Michael Brower, PhD, and Warren Leon, PhD: The average American is exposed to about 3000 advertising messages a day, http://www.ucsusa.org/publications/guide.ch1.html




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