Marie Kondo’s New Online Store Sells Items That Have Sparked Joy for Her

updated Nov 18, 2019
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2019 was a major joy-inducing year for Marie Kondo and all the lives she helped organize. First, there was the Netflix hit “Tidying Up” in January that resurfaced the KonMari method, and then there was her children’s book “Kiki & Jax” that just published earlier this month. And just when you thought Kondo had no more to give, here she comes with another surprise in her storage boxes: an online shop for post-KonMari life.

There were murmurs about Kondo opening an online shop earlier this year, but there hasn’t been any concrete information about the e-commerce website since—until now, that is. We caught up with the organizing guru who told us more about the shop that just rolled out, filled with products purposely selected to enhance the joy in your life well after the KonMari process.

“Until now, I could only talk about the KonMari method, but now that our online shop is launching, we’re going to be able to provide our fans and KonMari followers all these items to actually use for the method,” Kondo told Apartment Therapy. “We’re going to be offering some items for organizing as well as what you can enjoy and enhance the joy after you’re organized.”

Not only are the products handpicked by Kondo herself, but they’re personally used in her own home. While this doesn’t guarantee you’ll be able to replicate her organized vibe, this might be the closest we’ll ever be able to get.

As far as the actual products go, the categories range from “decor & living” to “tabletop & entertaining” and “tidying & organizing”—which are all things that we love to shop. See below for some of the products were most excited about incorporating into our own lives, and check out the full store here.


Small Bubble Bud Vase

This clay vase has multiple points of inspiration, according to its product description: mid-century pottery, minimalist design, and Japanese ceramic art. Denise Lopez of D:Ceramics created this biomorphic vessel to house a stem or two.

Buy: Small Bubble Bud Vase, $55


The Queens Guard Candle

Created by the Brooklyn-based Bellocq, this black tea blend has notes of English heirloom rose, lavender, rose geranium, and Ceylon tea. The candle is held in a lidded brass vessel and has a burn time of approximately 75 hours.

Buy: The Queens Guard Candle, $86


Small Food Storage Container

It’s no surprise that Kondo would have storage containers as part of her online shop. This high design-meets-functional product preserves food items with an airtight seal, has a scratch-resistant wooden lid, and can sit on an array of surfaces.

Buy: Small Food Storage Container, $34


Taper Candles (6-count)

Made by the Floral Society, this candle comes in three colors and is dipped 35 times in paraffin wax. The braided cotton wick contributes to a clean burn.

Buy: Taper Candles (6-count), $48


Desktop Box (Natural)

This leather cube can serve as home to all your miscellaneous items cluttering your desk space. Made by Building Block, these containers are crafted with vegetable-tanned leather and have magnets lining the lid for easy open-close capability.

Buy: Desktop Box (Natural), $75