Marie Kondo Just Released a New Product to Help You Get Organized
If you’ve been looking for a reason to kick-start your cleaning, Marie Kondo is giving you that boost of confidence you need. The founder behind the cult-favorite organizational approach, the KonMari Method, just released a product to use in your home — stackable boxes! These sets, deemed Hikidashi boxes, feature six pieces to corral all sorts of items from old t-shirts to trinkets. Sure, they’re simple in nature, but Marie Kondo herself swears by these vessels as the best tools to declutter both room and mind. After all, that’s what this minimalist method is all about anyway, right?
Kondo has been in the organizing game since age 19 studying as a student in Tokyo. Since then, her famous tidying habits have spread across the globe after the launch of her best-selling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing($17), where a *casual* 10 million copies were sold. It’s fair to say the author has cleaned her fair share of homes since then, and, in doing so, discovered that she was *always* reaching for reusable containers for her clients. Thus, the idea was born.
And these aren’t any old shoe packages. There are four version of the Hikidashi boxes, each lined with a print, quote, and palette (balance, clarity, wonder, and harmony) chosen by Kondo. Regardless of which set you pick, they all feature six durable fiberboard vessels with three different sizes to use for your picking-up needs.
Good news: This product is a package deal. While the set retails for $89 on the site, buyers also get exclusive access to an online guided KonMari tidying series, as well as firsthand tips from the founder. While the product is only available for pre-sale RN, we’d suggest adding your name to the list to guarantee a mid-September ship.
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