Results

From Restless
To Refined

Polly streamlined this overly disorderly walk-in. She installed a new shoe shelf to provide better storage and arranged clothing by type, color and sleeve length.

From Hazardous
To Harmonious

Polly reconfigured the drawers in this kitchen makeover to make the utensils, tools, and what-nots more visible, easier to locate, and much more functional.

From Cluttered
To Composed
Storage Closet Before.jpeg
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Polly placated this cramped and confused storage closet. She sorted, organized, and
stored the materials based on their intended use, which created a much calmer space.

From Mish-Mashed
To Mix-Mastered

Polly took this jumbled mess of cords and kitchen contraptions and cleared it out to create an organized, clutter-free space that places every appliance within quick-and-easy reach. 

From Panicked
To Pacified

Polly made perfect sense of this over-populated kitchen pantry. She organized and categorized its contents to create a well-managed and coordinated space any cook would lo

From Raucous
To Refreshed

Polly didn't just clear the cobwebs out of this packed-to-the-rafters attic, she pared down its contents to only those items the homeowner really felt needed to remain in storage.

From Confused
To Contented

Polly took this disheveled supply armoire and whipped it into shape by bringing order, functionality and uniformity to a small space in dire need of some organization.

From Sloppy
To Sedate

Polly brought discipline to this unruly toy closet. She compartmentalized smaller items and organized larger games and craft items onto shelves and into tubs for a clean, orderly space.

Recycling • Repurposing • Restoring

One of the most ecologically responsible ways to support the environment is through recycling, repurposing, or restoring items like gently worn apparel, unessential furnishings, and no-longer-needed household goods. That's why, as a part of our organizing process, we will separate and donate many of the items our clients are wanting to discard but that have potential for use elsewhere. 

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Results

From Restless
To Refined

Polly streamlined this overly disorderly walk-in. She installed a new shoe shelf to provide better storage and arranged clothing by type, color and sleeve length.

From Hazardous
To Harmonious

Polly reconfigured the drawers in this kitchen makeover to make the utensils, tools, and what-nots more visible, easier to locate, and much more functional.

From Cluttered
To Composed
Storage Closet Before.jpeg
Storage Closet After.jpeg

Polly placated this cramped and confused storage closet. She sorted, organized, and
stored the materials based on their intended use, which created a much calmer space.

From Mish-Mashed
To Mix-Mastered

Polly took this jumbled mess of cords and kitchen contraptions and cleared it out to create an organized, clutter-free space that places every appliance within quick-and-easy reach. 

From Panicked
To Pacified

Polly made perfect sense of this over-populated kitchen pantry. She organized and categorized its contents to create a well-managed and coordinated space any cook would lo

From Raucous
To Refreshed

Polly didn't just clear the cobwebs out of this packed-to-the-rafters attic, she pared down its contents to only those items the homeowner really felt needed to remain in storage.

From Confused
To Contented

Polly took this disheveled supply armoire and whipped it into shape by bringing order, functionality and uniformity to a small space in dire need of some organization.

From Sloppy
To Sedate

Polly brought discipline to this unruly toy closet. She compartmentalized smaller items and organized larger games and craft items onto shelves and into tubs for a clean, orderly space.

Recycling • Repurposing • Restoring

One of the most ecologically responsible ways to support the environment is through recycling, repurposing, or restoring items like gently worn apparel, unessential furnishings, and no-longer-needed household goods. That's why, as a part of our organizing process, we will separate and donate many of the items our clients are wanting to discard but that have potential for use elsewhere. 

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