Super organised mum, 32, behind incredible home and walk-in wardrobe shares her simple property tips

Mail Online | 8/5/2019 | Sophie Haslett For Daily Mail Australia
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A stylish and supremely organised mother-of-one has revealed the secrets behind her picture-perfect home.

Nina Belle, 32, from Sydney, and her husband built their five-bedroom home about three years ago and it includes a seven-seat theatre, a spacious kitchen, butler's pantry, home bar and $16,000 walk-in wardrobe.

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Nina took on the task of organising the property when her daughter was born three years ago, and has since then transformed multiple rooms.

'I've always been interested in organisation, but I was heavily pregnant when I moved into my new home and I didn't take the time to put the right systems in place,' Nina wrote on her Instagram page.

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'After having my daughter I was getting overwhelmed from doing the most basic of tasks and I realised that I needed to organise each space more efficiently.'

Today, Nina's property is an oasis of calm - and each and every room is both aesthetically satisfying and useful.

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One of the spaces that has attracted the most attention in Nina's home is her glamorous walk-in wardrobe, which cost her a cool $16,000 to create.

'A lot of thought went to the planning of our walk-in robe. I chose materials that would give a high end feel, like custom cabinetry and Caesarstone, and relied on lighting to glam up the space,' Nina previously told FEMAIL.

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Alongside this, the 32-year-old got obsessive about details, hanging her lingerie on pearl hangers and folding everything vertically, as per the KonMari method, in her drawers.

Nina said she also set up a dedicated location for 'his' and 'hers' and she stores her husband's items on the left while hers are on the right.

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'I have organised it so everything I use often is within arms reach and the things we don't use often, like dressy shoes, are stored up high,' she said.

'My walk-in robe is...
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