Before and after photos of my clients' s bathroom. What did we do? 1) Took EVERYTHING out of the cabinets and counter top to sort and declutter. 2) Made an organization plan by understanding the clients day to day routine and what is used most often. 3) We used Container Store's hair dryer holder, stackable bins with dividers, and makeup dividers to make it easier to access stuff. Questions or comments? Would love to hear from you!
Before and after photos of a client's master bedroom closet. What did we do? 1) Took EVERYTHING out of the closet to sort and declutter. 2)Made an organization plan by understanding the clients day to day routine when getting dressed. 3) Put all winter clothes in Container Store gray bags and put below. 4) Stored linens in Container Store plastic bins. 5) Put scarves, ties, and belts on special hangers. 6) Switched out wire/plastic hangers to velvet hangers. Questions or comm
Organizing Tip of the Week – Which wardrobe closet is the right one for me? I was chatting with one of my friends that recently moved into her new home, she mentioned that one of her challenges in a new home has been deciding on a closet. Here are some tips for picking the perfect closet! 1) When deciding on which closet to purchase, first take measurements of the maximum amount of space you can allot to your future wardrobe closet, this is especially important in metropolita
One of my clients sent me an article by Becky Mansfield ~ founder of Your Modern Family about how clutter in your home and depression go hand in hand. The article mentions that clutter affects our mood and how we feel about ourselves, that essentially, clutter is weighing us down. I could not agree with this more! So why do we hold on to all of this “stuff”? 1) Sentiment 2) Fear of needing it 3) Having back-ups 4) Aesthetics. Years ago, I was guilty of points 1, 2 and 3. I ev