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7 Best Home Improvement Books

Discover the ultimate home improvement books for all your DIY projects. Get expert tips and advice to transform your living space.


The Home Edit Life

by Clea Shearer, Joanna Teplin

4.8 (13040 reviews)

What is The Home Edit Life about?

"The Home Edit Life" is a comprehensive guide that offers practical tips and strategies for organizing every aspect of your life. From decluttering your home and workspace to streamlining your daily routines, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin provide expert advice on how to create a more organized and efficient lifestyle. With their signature approach to organization, this book is a must-have for anyone looking to bring order and simplicity to their surroundings, both at home and on the go.

Who should read The Home Edit Life

  • Busy professionals seeking practical tips to declutter and streamline their workspaces.

  • Homeowners looking for step-by-step guidance to transform their living spaces.

  • Travel enthusiasts in need of strategies to keep their belongings organized on the go.


Spark Joy

by Marie Kondo

4.7 (7162 reviews)

What is Spark Joy about?

In this insightful guide, a renowned organizing expert shares her expertise on decluttering and tidying up. Filled with practical tips and illustrated step-by-step instructions, the book teaches readers how to create a harmonious living space by discarding unnecessary items and organizing belongings with joy. With a focus on sparking joy in every aspect of life, this master class in organization offers a transformative approach to creating a clutter-free and peaceful home.

Who should read Spark Joy

  • Individuals seeking practical guidance to declutter and organize their homes.

  • People interested in adopting a minimalist lifestyle and simplifying their surroundings.

  • Anyone looking for inspiration and motivation to create a peaceful living environment.


Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life

by Karen Rauch Carter

4.7 (1093 reviews)

What is Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life about?

In this insightful guide, Karen Rauch Carter explores the ancient practice of Feng Shui and its transformative power in our lives. Offering practical tips and techniques, she shows readers how to rearrange their living spaces to attract love, wealth, respect, and happiness. With a focus on energy flow and intention, this book provides a step-by-step approach to creating a harmonious environment that positively impacts all aspects of life.

Who should read Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life

  • Individuals seeking to improve their relationships

  • finances

  • and overall happiness.

  • Those interested in harnessing the power of Feng Shui for personal growth.

  • Anyone looking to create a harmonious and prosperous living environment.


The Minimalist Home

by Joshua Becker

4.6 (2198 reviews)

What is The Minimalist Home about?

In this practical and insightful guide, the author takes readers on a transformative journey towards a clutter-free and intentional lifestyle. With a room-by-room approach, Joshua Becker offers valuable tips and strategies to declutter and organize our living spaces, ultimately leading to a more focused and fulfilling life. Through his minimalist philosophy, readers will learn to let go of excess possessions, simplify their surroundings, and create a peaceful and harmonious home.

Who should read The Minimalist Home

  • Individuals seeking a simplified and clutter-free living environment.

  • Homeowners looking to transform their spaces into peaceful sanctuaries.

  • Anyone interested in adopting a minimalist lifestyle for increased clarity.


The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

by Marie Kondō

4.5 (34124 reviews)

What is The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up about?

This book offers a transformative approach to decluttering and organizing your home. Drawing on traditional Japanese principles, the author guides readers through a step-by-step process to create a tidy and harmonious living space. With practical tips and insights, she encourages readers to let go of unnecessary possessions and only keep items that truly spark joy. This book is a powerful tool for anyone seeking a more organized and fulfilling life.

Who should read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

  • Individuals struggling with clutter and seeking a transformative organizational method.

  • Homeowners looking to simplify their living spaces and improve their well-being.

  • Anyone interested in learning about the Japanese approach to decluttering.


Goodbye, Things

by Fumio Sasaki

What is Goodbye, Things about?

"Goodbye, Things: The New Japanese Minimalism" explores the transformative power of minimalism in our modern lives. Fumio Sasaki, a self-proclaimed minimalist, shares his personal journey of decluttering and simplifying his possessions, revealing the profound impact it had on his happiness and overall well-being. Through practical tips and thought-provoking insights, Sasaki inspires readers to let go of material excess and embrace a more intentional and fulfilling lifestyle.

Who should read Goodbye, Things

  • Individuals seeking to declutter their lives and embrace minimalism.

  • Those interested in learning about the Japanese approach to minimalism.

  • People looking for inspiration to simplify their living spaces.


The Clutter Connection

by Cassandra Aarssen

What is The Clutter Connection about?

"The Clutter Connection" explores the fascinating link between personality types and organizing habits. Cassandra Aarssen delves into the four main organizing styles, providing valuable insights into why individuals organize (or don't) in specific ways. With practical tips and strategies tailored to each personality type, this book offers a fresh perspective on decluttering and organizing, empowering readers to create personalized systems that work best for them. Discover your unique clutter connection and transform your approach to organization.

Who should read The Clutter Connection

  • Individuals seeking to understand their unique organizing style based on their personality type.

  • Professional organizers looking to enhance their understanding of clients' organizing preferences.

  • Anyone interested in exploring the connection between personality and organization.