Moving from one home to another can be a stressful time. In addition to the packing and planning, there is always the concern that you will not have enough storage or the right type of storage to ensure belongings are organized in a way that makes everyday tasks easy and efficient. Siiri was able to have her dream space designed and strategies put in place to maintain the organization she desired with the help of two professional companies.
Cleaning out the garage and getting it organized is something that we always tend to place on the back burner for the simple reason of it being overwhelming. The truth is, it may not be as bad as you think. You just need the right plan in place before starting the process. When done the right way, an organized garage will not only save you time from looking for items, but alleviate the stress caused by not being able to find something. Think of the time and money you could save by keeping things from becoming damaged or lost.
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BY CAITLIN SIRIANNI, OWNER OF NEAT METHOD PHILADELPHIA
Getting organized can be overwhelming. Especially when that involves an entire family and all of their belongings. Where and how do you store all of the everyday items like clothing, sports gear, toys, backpacks and more? And how do you even get started? The answer is simple. You have to start with a direction in mind, which means you need a clear set of defined goals. Which areas of your home are the most troublesome? Which have the most need for organization and which will have the most impact on your daily life, once they are more functional? Giving this topic proper thought will allow you to prioritize and make a plan of action. Here is just one of the latest success stories from one of our clients who did just that.
Selecting the right closet accessories is often minimized when focusing on other elements throughout the custom closet process. However, they play a significant role in making your closet space organized and functional. For example, having enough of the right hooks in the proper location and hung at the appropriate height in your mudroom for jackets and backpacks will make the difference between them being used or items being dropped on the floor. Just as important is selecting the style and finish that complements your existing décor. Maybe you are more traditional and prefer an oil-rubbed bronze finish and raised panels with curved lines. Or perhaps your room is decorated with the trending new finish of matte gold, paired with the simplicity of straight lines and geometric patterns. Bringing new elements into your home must be in harmony with your style and preferences.