The Ultimate House Chores List to Help Organize Your Home

New Year- new goals! Have you set your resolution list already?

Open your planners and set a new paragraph there: the ultimate house chores list.

Because living in a tidy and clean home is not a dream anymore. When you follow this ultimate house chores list, you will keep your home shiny, well-organized, and more beautiful easily.

Start the new year with new habits and improve your organizational skills.

Learn how to make your home polished just like a dozen fairy cleaners are dealing with laundry, dust, floor, and clutter.

Abracadabra, Hocus Pocus, let the magic in your home and create a home full of love, where everything has its own place. Live in harmony with yourself and free space for the good energy to circulate in your home.

Moreover, a clean home is good for your health.

Get rid of the bacteria and germs that live in the carpet, under the bed, and in the dust. Stay away from asthma and allergies as a regular mopping and wiping down the kitchen cabinets.

If you still hesitate how to set your house chores list, here are some examples of tasks split through a month.

Easy as a piece of cake. Do not forget to involve your entire family. if you need more home organization ideas visit our Pinterest board.

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Daily House Chores List

Keep your home neat, well-ordered, and guests friendly any time of the day. It means no clothes on the floor, no shoes in the hallway, a clean sink, and no empty mugs on the coffee table.


  • making up your bed every day gives you a feeling of confidence, and you start the day by completing one of your daily tasks.
  • put all the clothes in the laundry room or on in the drawers
  • clean the dust and other mess


  • wash the dishes after each meal every day, and never leave them on the sink
  • unload the dishwasher and store the dishes in the cabinets
  • swipe the dust from the cabinets, countertops, and appliances
  • vacuum the floor for an ultimate result
  • put the things everything where it belongs
  • take out the trash and garbage every day

Living Room

  • get in order all the throw pillows and blankets
  • remove all the items that don’t belong to the coffee table
  • vacuum and swipe the floor
  • clean up spills and dust from the furniture and TV
  • deal with your mail every day, do not store everything on the side tables


  • Swipe up all the bathroom surfaces- that includes the sink, bathtub, counters, mirrors, and faucets.

Weekly House Chores List

Choose a day from the week for particular cleaning activity. For example, Saturday is a laundry day, Sunday is changing sheets day, etc.


  • Change the sheets, mattress cover, pillow covers, etc.
  • Wash clothes and arrange your wardrobe.
  • Vacuum and mop the floor.
  • Clean the curtains.


  • Arrange the kitchen cabinets and remove all the items that do not belong there.
  • Clean the kitchen cabinets inside out.
  • Vacuum and wipe the floor.
  • Scrub the oven and clean it inside out.
  • Declutter the fridge and reorder the shelves.
  • Take out the trash.
  • Remove the dust and spills.

Living Room

  • Vacuum and wipe the floor.
  • Clean the carpets.
  • Put all the items in the right places- all kid’s toys in the baskets, books on the shelves.
  • Wash throw pillows covers and blankets.


  • Give your bathroom a shinny look and scrub the tiles. Thoroughly clean all surfaces in your bathroom, including the toilet, shower, and mirror.
  • Replace and wash bathroom rugs and towels.
  • Scrub sink and clean drain.
  • Scrub the toilet seat and toilet bowl.
  • Clean the tub and shower walls.

Monthly House Chores List

Choose a week of the month for a special area of your home. For example, cleaning windows the second week of the month, cleaning carpets the first week of the month, etc.


  • Thoroughly clean the furniture.
  • Rearrange your wardrobe and clothes, fold them and check again for clothes you don’t wear anymore.
  • Vacuum and wipe the floor.
  • Clean the curtains.
  • Wash your bedding. This includes comforters and duvets.


  • Clean the inside of your oven.
  • Clean the inside of your trash cans and recycle bins. 
  • Clean out your dishwasher and washing machine Of course make sure you are using a cleaner that’s recommended for dishwashers and washers manufacturers.
  • Clean the fridge and freeze and throw away all the expired food.

Living Room

  • Thoroughly clean your furniture- clean from dust, treat the surfaces with some polish cleaners.
  • Vacuum all the floors and sofas.
    Wipe ceiling light fixtures and wipe fan blades.
    Clean light switches, door handles, and frames.
    Let the light through your windows. Make sure to dust, vacuum, or wash window curtains and window treatments.
    Vacuum under furniture.


  • Scrub the tub and shower walls and floor.
  • Sweep and mop the bathroom floor.
  • Throw away all the empty bottles, empty jars, and cosmetics that have expired.

Seasonal House Chores List

Seasonal cleaning is something refreshing for me. I really enjoy changing my wardrobe and getting rid of everything I really don’t like anymore, doesn’t fit, etc.

Besides the clothes, I am trying to declutter my house from seasonal decoration and elements.

When you follow weekly and monthly house chores, the seasonal cleaning will be something to enjoy and have fun with.

SHOP our Printables

Daily Self Care Checklist Printable – This simple printable will allow you to plan your self-care activities and tick them off as you go through your week or month.

Kids Chore Chart with Allowance Tracker – Track your kids’ chores and their allowance all in one place, in this gorgeous child-friendly printable.

Printable Daily Checklist for Kids – Clearly defines which chores need to be completed in which part of the day.

Weekly Chore Chart for Kids – This simple to use and clear chore chart provides a quick visual reference for your kids about their responsibilities and helps to enforce accountability for their chores. 

Chore Chart for Multiple Kids – This printable chore chart for multiple kids has been designed to provide clarity and enforce accountability for chores. No more arguing about who does what and when! 

Weekly Printable Family Chore Chart – This simple printable will help you clearly plan chores for each family member (suitable for 2 – 5 family members or more) and display them anywhere for quick reference. 

Weekly Printable Chore Chart with Money – Pretty weekly chore chart allows you to put a monetary value to each chore for your child, and add up at the end of the week.

Antoaneta's passion is healthy living, lifestyle, and sports. Her short stay in South France and USA is her wider source of inspiration. Interested in modern models of education, travel, and home interior.