Below are before and after photos of some of the organizing sessions I have completed with my clients. Let this page be your inspiration to get started, to keep going, or to finish the job. You'll be so happy when you do. Enjoy!
**Tip: Take pictures of your progress, so you can see the change happening. Being able to visualize the improvement is very motivating!**
This is a third floor room that has many purposes. Among a playroom, media room, and office, it is a scrapbooking center. As you can see, there are arts and crafts supplies galore!
Two shelving units were purchased, assembled and installed on this wall.
The supplies were separated by likeness into categories (i.e. stickers,
paper, tools) and put into labeled baskets or boxes that fit into the
cubes of the shelving units. Here's the exact organizational process we used to transform this area from a jumble to a scrapbooking center!
This bathroom drawer was filled with clutter. It was hardly used because of the state it was in and locating things required a lot of digging.
Everything was taken out and gone through. Most of it could be and was
pitched. The rest was sorted into categories (i.e. shaving, first aid). A
drawer divider was purchased and utilized to keep the categories
separate and neat. Here's the exact organizing process we used to turn this drawer chaos into a neat bathroom space.
This before and after is a closet filled to the brim with random items. There was room for one foot to step in making it difficult to find or reach anything.
Everything was taken out and gone through. Heavy duty plastic shelving
was purchased, assembled and utilized to hold the items that went back
in and to employ the vertical space. Here's the exact organizing process we used to whip this space into shape!
This home office was crammed into a small space and filled with a jumble of paper, supplies and books.
Everything was taken out and gone through. The furniture was rearranged to fit the space more appropriately and create a better flow. Books, office supplies, and paper were sorted into categories and given homes in the desk's drawers and shelves.
This before and after is an office was filled with paper, supplies, books and random decor. It needed structure and a proper filing system.
We went through everything and pitched, recycled, or shredded as much as possible. The remaining paper was sorted into labeled files and put in the filing cabinet. The office supplies were separated by likeness and stored in the desk drawers. The books were put in the upper cabinets, and the decor was arranged to be visually pleasing.
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