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Professional organising + decluttering service:

Organise: (verb) – to arrange in an efficient & orderly system

Clutter:  (noun) – a crowded, disordered or confused collection of things that are not arranged in a neat or orderly way.


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Organised Clutter - About

Since 2003 Shana Danon has worked with clients to help them declutter, organise, restore order and restyle their space according to their needs and budget.

Passionate about contributing to community and creating happy and healthy environments, Shana educates on mindful purchasing, repairing, recycling and repurposing. She aims to reduce landfill, encourages donations of items to charity and has been an ambassador for the Garage Sale Trail.

Shana teaches her clients on how to be organised and implements a system that is easy to maintain for each individual household. She is thoughtful of the function, design and impact on the environment when suggesting storage and accessories.

Achieving a balance between personal and professional commitments, preparing for a new job, new baby, moving house, downsizing, setting up a home office and restyling your space are all areas that she can help with.

One of Sydney’s first organisers, Shana’s advice and experience is sought after with, articles written for interior magazines including Inside Out + Home Beautiful.

Her extensive career working with interiors reconnected her love of visual arts and design, which led her to form Emilio Frank Design in 2015. Shana now works as an artist and designer full-time, however still assists and educates select clients with decluttering and organising.

If you are interested in more information please get in touch via the contact page.

Organised Clutter - Benefits

The process of decluttering inspires positivity, increases creativity and maximises space.

Decluttering reduces the burden and stress of clutter and results in a more calm and productive space.

A clutter-free life promotes good mental health, clarity of thinking and positive energy.

Releasing physical & emotional clutter enables new journeys and possibilities.

Being organised offers you more time to relax, spend with friends and family and do the things you enjoy.

As the brilliant William Morris says:
Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful’


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