Apartment Therapy

2022-06-15 11:17:14 By : Ms. Millie Zhuang

Kitchn is a source of inspiration for a happier, healthier life in your kitchen.

Few cultural icons have inspired joy (and tidy homes) quite like Marie Kondo, whose gentle and minimalist organizational methods have charmed even the most maximalist of decorators the world over.

If you’ve got some KonMari-ing on your agenda this spring and summer, you’ll be thrilled to know that the Netflix star has updated her line of organizational essentials, The Container Store x KonMari collection, and is available online and in stores.

The expansive collection includes nearly 185 items designed with Kondo’s signature sleek, sustainable, and elegant style in mind, with goodies that will “spark joy” and totally revamp every single room in your space.

Whether it’s the top-rated Shoji Stacking Slatted Wood Shoe Shelf ($29.99 in small, $49.99 in large) to keep your shoes beautifully displayed or the complete Shoji Closet Storage Solution ($539.93) which includes everything you need to keep your closet in tip-top shape (and all parts made from renewable materials like bamboo), you’ll wonder why Kondo hasn’t teamed up with the mecca for all things home until now.

As for what shoppers are loving, one five-star buyer called the fully lined Kocha Brown Shoji Bamboo Bin ($59.99 each) “so stylish” adding, “I bought two of these to use for storage in a glass door cabinet. I wanted something that would be a good size for storage and yet be attractive and stylish. These fit the bill to a tee! I like that it is not just another typical basket or box, but something that looks unique!”

Buyers also love the cloud white Ceramic Refrigerator Bins with matching bamboo lids ($3.99 to $11.99), which come in three sizes. One happy buyer called them “such a find,” adding, “I’m amazed at how well this ceramic fridge bin actually works to keep my salad greens and spinach fresh! I usually have to throw away the bagged greens before I can finish the bag. The ceramic keeps the greens fresh and cold.”

Kondo’s first collection with The Container Store debuted in January 2021.

Arielle Tschinkel is a freelance pop culture and lifestyle writer whose work has appeared on Shape.com, WomansWorld.com, FirstforWomen.com, Insider, HelloGiggles, and more. She loves all things Disney and is making her way to every park around the world, and is a die-hard Britney Spears fan for life. She's also obsessed with her Bernedoodle, Bruce Wayne.