Clutter Clearout

A young woman's bedroom and closet are cleared out, simplified and organized.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe homeowner has at least 200 CDs in her collection, plus DVDs and tapes. There are even several movies she's never watched.
When she sees the computer desk, organizer Liz Witts refers to the homeowner as a surface abuser, meaning the more flat space that's there, the more stuff be acquired to put on it.

Witts enters the bathroom (not shown) and finds even more clutter. The shower is overloaded with shampoo bottles and soaps. Because water is continually hitting this stuff, it can become a breeding ground for mold and mildew. The homeowner also has her medicines, pills and vitamins stored in the bathroom. Keeping these kinds of things in the bathroom, where moisture is present, could make them lose their potency.