Whole House Declutter Checklist Printable

A 7 page free printable declutter checklist to make the process of purging your entire home from clutter faster and easier.

I’m a force to be reckoned with this week, y’all.

No drawer, closet, or cabinet is safe around here because once I decide I am SO DONE with clutter, I go a little bit twitchy-eyed crazy.

The hardest part about a declutter to me is finding the motivation to actually start. But then once I get in “the zone”, nothing can stop me.

(Oh, P.S. I’m showing a little walk around in our DIY IKEA Billy Bookcase closets 1 year later in my Instagram Stories today, if you want to see how they’re holding up.)

Robert pokes fun at me for my lists. I’m a list girl. I physically cannot sleep until I have typed my to-do list on my notepad in my phone for the next day before going to bed. Ever since high school, that’s been my thing.

The satisfaction of crossing something off of that to-do list… it just feels good!

So that’s what I did to declutter our house this week. I made a gigantic checklist of every little thing (seriously, all the way down to push pins and paper clips) to keep me on the junk purging track. We’re 9 rooms down and 3 to go!

I thought maybe it’d be helpful to compile it all into an easy printable that you can use yourself, if you’ve been needing a “get real with myself” decluttering sesh.

The entire printable is 7 pages long. Everything on the checklist is broken down by categories so you can decide how much or how little you want to purge at a time. And you can even print it off to give to your kids, if you need a helpful tool to keep them on task.

You can download the Whole House Decluttering Checklist printable by clicking here or the button below to subscribe:

(If you’re already a subscriber, the direct download to the printable checklist is in your inbox and at the bottom of every email I send.)

And after decluttering, if you feel like taking it a step further, with my Whole House Deep Cleaning Checklist, you can snag that in this post too:

2021 is going to be the year of peace and clarity in our homes, right?! We’re going to try our best anyway.

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  1. I probably am a very traditional english person, but starting reading your blog about 2 years ago now, and was absolutely delighted with your black indoor doors..wow, i thought so brave,but would love to give it a go. Now your home seems so much lighter than mine and so much larger, but this year i semi retired, and although my husband knew i was going to decorate the stairs and hall way didn’t realise just what i had in mind 😉 I have to say he was very please with the outcome. Not only did i paint the doors black, i added board and batten to the hall/stairs and landing, and completely redecorated just need to install the coving, and vola all done. If it wasnt for reading your blog, i may never had the courage to do it and live with boring white, thank you.

    1. Linda! This is awesome! Thank you for following along. I am so happy that you have been able to use the tutorials too.