My client had an ambitious project for her and I to complete: completely flip flop her art room and guest room. Ultimately, we spent two days transforming these spaces. The results were breathtaking. The guest room was inviting and the craft room was completely organized by activity.
My client’s art studio took a backseat when moving into her new place; items were thrown haphazardly into the space with little regard. She hired me to transform this into a space where she could enjoy creating. Three hours later, she had an inspirational space and a car full of donations for the Bowling Green International Center. Successful, rejuvenating project.
This small space provided a challenge, but we were up for it! By switching the two pieces of furniture, it lightened the room and anchored the wall near the door. We simplified the first impression of the room by replacing the busy bookshelf with the simple dresser. All drawers, cabinets, and shelves are organized in a way that is functional and beautiful.
My client was looking to do some major streamlining in her living room. Three hours later: Near Perfection. She was ready to purge some major items to simplify her every day setting. You can definitely breathe easier in this space.
A local art studio enlisted me for the day. This was a small portion of the completed project. I assessed what would be needed least often and would fit neatly in the closet. We housed the used canvases, aprons, handout bags, easels, and extra chairs for classes. These items would only need to be accessed occasionally and fit perfectly in this space. They were left with a functional, creative space.
* Project outcomes depend on client willingness to purge when needed, and in some instances, client willingness to work alongside organizer during the organization process. Long-term maintenance of organization hinges on client’s commitment to maintaining the order and quantity of items in the space. Recurring re-organization are available if needed.