Lucia Sharrad has always enjoyed tidying. Even as a child she was "a little bit obsessive" about it.
However, it wasn't until the Canberra mum started having children that she realised that not everyone was as organised as she was. That's when she decided to make a living as a personal organiser.
"Some people need a little bit of help there, and I can help them," she says.
"A lot of it is about knowing the product that you're using, what sort of person you are in terms of your visual aesthetic and visual appeal in your home.
"But you need to know how to use those products to suit you and sometimes that is a basket that is a capsule for everything, sometimes it's having everything neat and tidy in cupboards behind closed doors."
Perhaps it is this inside knowledge into organised homes (and potentially her love of all things IKEA) that scored Sharrad one of the 10 tidy technician roles with the Swedish furniture giant.
The announcement for the coveted roles went viral earlier this month and, after owning her own organisational business since 2015, it only seemed fitting for her to jump at the chance to apply.
After completing her IKEA training, the Canberran and the other nine tidy technicians will set out to organise 100 Australian homes - free of charge. Consumers are encouraged to post their tidy requests via the IKEA Australia Facebook page before Wednesday when the 10 tidy experts will select 10 homes to declutter.