Cleaning does not always have to look so dirty. I’m fond of keeping things clean (and green) at the most attractive way possible. This ideabook is a group of the funniest approaches to assist in keeping the spaces around you neat and tidy. — Jennifer from I Art U
Goodbye Detergent Cleaning Scrubs – $6.95
I love these cleaning scrubs for many reasons: They are made from sustainable materials (think peach pits and corn cores), are attractive and do not smell after time. Additionally, they work well, and I can say this from experience.
Nellie’s Oxygen Brightener – $9.95
I really like Nellie’s vintage-like packaging, and who does not need oxygen brighteners for your wash? Better yet, it is all natural!
Bamboo Laundry Hamper, Single – $39
I have always been attracted to wood and linen hampers, and this is no exception. It is beautifully designed and won’t stick out like a sore thumb in the restroom.
Swedish Dream Sea Salt Soap – $6
This soap smells like it seems. I have been seeing it at a lot of shops recently, and I think it would be great for a guest toilet.
Bamboo Ironing Board – $79.95
I really like the wooden legs on this ironing board and would not mind watching this out and about in the house.
Brendan Ravenhill Dustbin – $149
This is genius! Never lose your broom again. The magnetic birch wood brush hangs firmly on its own beautiful bin, and also the top detaches to be a pan for sweeping dust up. It is like art.
Clean/Dirty Bath Mat – $24
Which are you? Hopefully clean once you come out of the shower. This fun and chic mat could make anybody (stepping into a bath) grin.
Barr-Co. Actual Vegetable Hand Soap – $24
Pretty hand soap is perfect for a guest toilet.
Dust Pan, Big – $34
This simple and gorgeous dustpan would look good in almost any cleaning cupboard (or placing around your home). Need I say more?
Contemporary Kitchen Trash Cans – $99.99
This is the right shape of a garbage can for conserving space in the kitchen. Simplehuman trash cans are my favorites because of their design.
Pot + Pantry
Common Good Dish Soap, Bergamot – $4.99
Simple and well-designed cleaning goods always produce the kitchen more glowing. Do yourself a favor and try this one out. You won’t regret it.
Pot + Pantry
Common Great 25-Hour Candle, Lavender – $14
Candles are my own weakness. I love all Common Good’s goods, and their candles are some of my favorites. They are small in size but incredibly blossom with all-natural essential oils. I’d keep one of these in every room of my house if I could.
Dustpan + Broom Set – $129
I’d really like to see this gorgeous dustpan and broom set hanging out on screen. A major plus is that you don’t have to strain your spine while sweeping.
Dyson DC24 Multi Floor Vacuum – $449.99
A Dyson was on my wish list because forever. I’d really like to have one, as I’ve heard nothing but good things about these. They are high quality and have good design. Someday.
Woven Green and White Laundry Basket – $39.95
Do your laundry in style. Practical and pretty, this hamper is my favorite.
Common Good Linen Water Spray – $18.95
This Common Good sage leaf linen water was made in collaboration with West Elm’s fresh sector. It is made from essential oils and plant-based materials and can be biodegradable. The scent might even ease stress for a good night’s rest.
Nellie’s Dryerballs – $19.95
Reduce your impact on the environment by shifting out your dryer sheets for drier balls. Again, Nellie’s had me in their packaging.
All Purpose 12 oz. Lemon & Mint from Haven Clean – $8.95
Handmade mint and lemon all-purpose cleaner is excellent for all areas, particularly the kitchen and bathroom. I love using all-natural cleaning goods in the house: They smell good and so are better for your environment.
Ten Thousand Villages
Stash It Storage Basket – $49
This could be perfect for loose items which are are constantly out but could be hidden when not in need: toys, dirty clothes, cleaning supplies, etc..
Bed Bath & Beyond
Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Aromatherapeutic Geranium Laundry Cleaning Products – $7.99
Mrs. Meyer’s products are definite go-tos in my household. Sweet smelling and environmentally friendly, they’re a must in my book.
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