It’s a new year, and that means that we now have a renewed appreciation for keeping our homes tidy (like we hope our 2021 will be). But when it comes to beginning this cleanup process, finding a starting point can be difficult – especially if your space is full of clutter. Not to worry, though; with some help from Mosaic Luxe, Marie Kondo, and the girls from The Home Edit, there should be enough inspiration to go around!


As a creative, color coding has become a way that I have kept my business organized since its inception. I kept it simple and use it for office organization and workday-wardrobe.

The system goes a little something like this:

Blue = Accounting, for obvious reasons.

Green = Client Projects- not only because they bring in money, but because I am also LEED AP certified and I bring that component to my projects when possible

Orange = Business Development and Vendors- basically, anything that aids the growth of the business

Pink = Assistant- anything that supports business on a data-entry level

Purple = Media- like royalty

Red = Urgent personal matters

Yellow = Simple personal pleasures

Light Blue = Workout wear

Additionally, as I grew my business, the first logo design was pink-based. Like myself, it was a young approach; but as it grew, the logo changed to orange, which I associated with many of the top luxury brands and felt it was a new grown-up step. The last few years, as I was building social media confidence, I changed it to purple…. more for my own inspiration than anything else. With the new look in 2021, I have opted for a clean black and white presentation. It speaks to my desire for keeping things simple.

When I moved to Florida 4 1/2 years ago, I wish I had started an Instagram account that showcased my wardrobe color wheel. For the last 234 weeks, I have followed a color-coded wardrobe that looked like this:

Monday = Muted tones (let’s be honest, no one should be showing up to a Monday in fuchsia!)

Tuesday = Blues – this means that you can quickly get a jeans day into the week

Wednesday = All Black! Hit reset. You never know when a sneaky meeting may pop up and you will look clean and ready for it

Thursday = Red, Pink, and Purple. Lately, I have run into the red-brown connection and use Thursday for animal prints. The thought is that Thursday is happy hour day; might as well wear a flirty color to get in the mood.

Friday = Black and White – Similar to Wednesday’s thought process for the workday and Thursday’s going-out theory. I also have allowed denim to be a support color on the day. Who doesn’t look good in black pants and a crisp white top?!

Weekends = Wild card – wear your prints and patterns and bright greens and yellows and oranges. Those colors are fun for the weekends

It started out as a way to get ready quickly and easily. 100% of the time, it keeps me on track and fits the mood. Times I think I need to veer off, I sit back, look at my wardrobe, and find the exact right outfit for the day. And in a funny and unexpected twist, it makes shopping so much easier; I can hone in on certain colors and know where I am missing in my wardrobe for the season.

Every element of the system is made with exquisite goose down padding to ensure maximum comfort, features cushions finished with a piping that defines their profile and a distinctive aluminium strip, slightly rounded at the edges which skims the floor, in a brand new polished Brandy colour finish.

You Will Never Fake the Feeling of Being in Such a Place

West leaves plenty of room for interesting compositional possibilities: it enters a harmonious dialogue in terms of both colour and shape with the Amber coffee tables, is complemented by the Side coffee tables, with their frame in saddle hide that evokes that of the backrest and enhanced by the Clive consoles, which play around with surfaces, even setting one over another. The combination of the two looks of West, one with backrest in saddle hide and the other more conventional version with padded backrest and armrest.

Caule for Flos is an outdoor lighting collection with simple understated lines yet strong style identity. Copying the botanical structure of a flower, the collection features a real flexible slender stem, almost a natural element, a subtle addition to any outdoor setting. Available in different heights and configurations, the Caule series comes in a variety of materials and surface finishes.

The bulky look created by the solid sculptural masses of the semi-circular legs of Wedge contrasts with the lightweight feet, which culminate in an oblique chisel tip shape.


If you haven’t heard of Marie Kondo by now, you should run, not walk to Netflix and start binging her series. Marie’s sweet demeanor paired with her love for clutter makes us want to hire her to personally come to tidy our spaces while teaching us about what “sparks joy”. Unfortunately, many of us won’t get that chance (but you can hire one of her consultants!), so we must attempt to navigate her KonMari method on our own! Her process is as follows:

  1. Commit yourself to declutter.
  2. Imagine your ideal lifestyle.
  3. Finish discarding first. Before getting rid of items, sincerely thank each item for serving its purpose.
  4. Tidy by category, not location.
  5. Follow the right order.
  6. Ask yourself if it sparks joy.

She also breaks items down into five categories.

  1. Clothes
  2. Books
  3. Papers
  4. Komono (a.k.a. Miscellaneous Items)
  5. Sentimental Items

The KonMari method attempts to shift our focus away from “tidying” as a whole; instead, it pushes us to discard items one by one that are no longer valuable to us. To do this, you must go through each of the categories and empty alllll of the items from those spaces. From there, you go through the pile piece by piece and consider if it “sparks joy” for you. After choosing what sparks joy and what doesn’t, you should have a smaller group of items to put away before moving on to the next category!

You can learn more about her method in the video below, or head to her website to sign up for a class!

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