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4.6

Brits collectively own over £4.6 billion worth of unworn clothes

23%

of adults say they pay bills late because they lose them

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bedroom

Brits collectively own over £4.6 billion worth
of unworn clothes – that’s got to be taking
up some serious wardrobe space.

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living room

The average home has 168 books on its
shelf, of which only half have ever been
read. Does this sound familiar?

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kitchen

The kitchen can be a clutter hot spot,
whether its cups and glasses being left
out or products taking over the
countertop.

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kids room

Toys and children’s accessories can sometimes
seem to take over the household, causing
clutter and chaos. Restore some order with
labelled storage boxes.

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home office/study

Paperwork is the most common source of clutter in the
home study, with bills, junk mails and important
documents often piling up.

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garage

70% of us admit to storing stuff we just don’t
need and often, it’s the garage, the loft or a
storage cupboard that bears the brunt of our
hoarding habits.

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did you

know

  • Getting rid of clutter eliminates 40% of housework in an average home. 80% of the clutter in homes is a result of disorganisation, not lack of space. 

  • The top five items men say they’ve spent time looking for in their homes are clean socks, the remote control, their wedding album, car keys and their driver's license. For women, the top five items were a favourite pair of shoes, a child's toy, wallet, lipstick and the remote control. 

  • What Do You Spend The Most Time Looking For?
    23% of the people surveyed said they spend the most time looking for their phone. Keys, clean socks and important papers were tied for second at 14.9%. 

  • Where Do You Need The Most Home Organising Help?
    32.5% of the people surveyed said the bedroom was where they needed the most help. The home office was second at 22.5%.