I like to Inspire Others

My name is Liesl Mühlhaus and I want to help you to create order and harmony at home. I’m South African with a creative flair and have been living in Frankfurt am Main with my husband, since 2016.

I spent 10 years in Marketing after completing my Marketing diploma at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology in Cape Town. During that time I developed a keen interest in interiors and finished a diploma in interior decorating. I also have a certificate in Image Consulting & Wardrobe Planning.

In 2005, I moved into the interior design industry. I have styled photoshoots for various magazines and catalogues, as well as organising home and office spaces. I also co-founded Koa Design and developed upmarket furniture, which was showcased at the Design Indaba 2010 trade fair. Later that year I joined Woolworths SA, as a Visual Marketing Consultant for Homeware.

I returned to the marketing field, after moving to Germany in 2016 and after a while I decided to continue my passion for interiors and organising. I founded Organised Spaces in 2019, a professional organising service for people who need help with decluttering and organising their home, wardrobe or office space.

I thrive when I can organise spaces and create beautiful displays. When I’m not working with clients, I enjoy all things creative: painting, designing photo albums and blogging. I love travelling and socialising with family and friends.

My Work

You can view my portfolio, which showcases various commercial and personal projects created throughout my career.

Hire Me

With years of experience, I contributed to numerous projects that helped clients achieve their goals. I am available for taking on new work.

Work with Me

My skills and specialities include organising rooms, interior styling, wardrobe planning, creating decor items, painting, blogging and getting things done.

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Follow me on Pinterest and Instagram, to draw inspiration from my current work.

“If we take the time to declutter our life and maintain it, we will be able to live a more meaningful life.” – Anonymous

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