Updated: Jul 26, 2018
Professional Closet organization begins with an interview to determine HOW you work and live to make sure the new design fits your lifestyle and is easy to maintain.
Functional Closets include:
In addition, most women find the need to do a bit of wardrobe planning as part of the process. Clothes may be outdated, torn, too small, too large or the wrong color/fabric/design. Usually a process of purging or re-purposing items can make your home more organized.
Similar goals are considered for men and children or whether closets are shared.
The goal is to de-clutter, reorganize and create a space for all necessary items. To make this possible, organization tools may need to be re-purposed or purchased. Some organizers like KeepingThingsOrganized carry extra basic supplies with them when they visit. Items like: special hangers, large zip lock bags, baskets/containers, jewelry organizers, shoe organizers, etc. that may be purchased by the home owner at cost price. This saves you time and speeds up the assignment. Or, items may be recommended for purchase at a later time by the homeowner.
Level One usually takes an average of 3 to 6 hours per person or depending on the size of the closet. Keeping Things Organized has a minimum of 3 hours per session.
Adds additional charges if a custom hardware installation design is required. The costs vary depending on the design. A proposal is submitted for approval, prior to work beginning.
Level One - may be just the touch you need to make your life less stressful, efficient and time saving. Imagine...finding what you need, when you need it and getting full use of your wardrobe.