Top 5 Instagram Accounts for Spring Cleaning Inspiration

When you clean your space, you clear your mind. And a clear mind makes room for awesome creative thinking, which is what every marketer wants!

If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed, scatter-brained, or disorganized, then it might be time to start organizing. Whether you’re spring cleaning or just need to switch up the feng shui in your office space, we’re here to help! We’ve compiled a list of Instagram accounts that will give you the organizational and spotless inspiration you need to get your house looking *chef’s kiss* perfect. 

Go Clean Co. (@gocleanco)

2.4M followers

Sarah McAllister, CEO, and founder of Go Clean Co., shows her audience that cleaning goes beyond the dustpan and sponge. Her videos give viewers step-by-step instructions on how to clean different parts of the house using cleaning products you can find at the store — from cleaning your faucet with vinegar and a toothbrush to cleaning the bathtub with Microban. If you also just want satisfying cleaning videos, then this is the account for you. There’s nothing like watching someone pour out a bucket full of dirty water after watching them turn a floor from brown to white with just a mop. 

The Folding Lady (@thefoldinglady) 

618K Followers

Did you know that folding various things could make you famous on Instagram? Well, expert folder, Sophie Liard, shows us that it is possible! She teaches her followers how to properly fold everything from towels to shopping bags. All of her folding techniques help you turn your messy drawers into an organized dream. The fight between you and your dresser for that t-shirt buried in the bottom drawer is finally over! Give her a follow to see how to really fold a fitted sheet. 

The Home Edit (@thehomeedit)

6.3M Followers

Clear bins, clean pantries, can’t lose. The Home Edit takes color coordinating to a whole new level, leaving a trail of rainbow-colored organization hacks in their wake. Their entire Instagram page is filled with spaces that pop and stand out, so if you’re looking to spruce up your space at home, this home organization company is here to help! Plus if you’re looking for more than just the social media page, they have books and a TV show to give you all of the home organization content you’re craving. Follow to feel the rainbow and organize the rainbow. 

Marie Kondo – KonMari Co. (@konmari.co)

846K Followers

If you want organizational tips, items to help tidy up your space, and exercises to clear the clutter from your mind, then this is the account to follow. Marie Kondo is known for her sweet demeanor and her popularized decluttering mindset, “If it doesn’t bring you joy, then get rid of it.” Now her lifestyle brand is taking over social media with all of its minimalistic charms. This account provides you with content that helps you clean your space and the reasoning why decluttering is so beneficial to your mental health. Follow for peaceful reminders that things that bring you the most joy are the best things.  

Neat Method (@neatmethod)

763K followers

Do you love high-end drawer organizers made out of beautiful wood and bamboo? Do you want to label every jar in your kitchen with a black and white label? Do you want your pantry items to live in aesthetic wire baskets? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you will want to follow Neat Method. They offer luxury home organizing services and products with over 95 major markets across the US and Canada. So they know a thing or two about organizing your home. Their feed is full of photos and videos from organizers all over the country who make you want to turn your pantry into something Instagram-worthy! They link everything in their bio, so if you see a basket, label, or divider that you love, you can buy it right there. Follow this account to build your most aesthetically pleasing space yet!.

Now that you’re feeling inspired, it’s time to start cleaning! Did we miss any of your favorite accounts? If so, shoot us a DM on Instagram and we’ll post them to our story!