Who doesn’t like good before and after pictures? Scroll on down through some of our projects and soak in the organization and cleared clutter!
Before: Cluttered and dysfunctional school classroom
After: Ready for class!
How: This transitional space was cleared of outdated and unused materials though donations and proper storage. Classroom was readied for use as a learning space. Teachers were asked to claim their stuff or lose it!
Craft Room Chaos
Before: Craft room turned dumping ground
After: Creative order restored
How: Decluttered area, made better use of existing storage and improved floor plan
Lego Room Transformation
Before: Cluttered storage room
After: Cleared and primed for Lego building
How: Relocated items to proper homes and sorted out items intended for upcoming garage sale
Guest Room Clean Up
Before: Dumping ground
After: Ready for guests
How: Relocated items to proper home and sorted out unwanted items for recycling and charity donation
Medicine & Linen Closet Jumble
Before: Jumbled mess with some organization to it, but not enough to make it functional
After: Order and function restored
How: Sorted like with like and discarded unwanted or expired medicines, lotions and potions
Linen Closet Revamp
Before: Crowded and cluttered
After: Transformed to a functional gift center and guest linen station.
How: Linens were relocated to another closet in the home and bins of gift item were brought out from under the homeowner’s bed
Dining Room Disaster
Before: Unsightly mess of papers obscuring a beautiful buffet.
After: Efficient Homework and kid activity station established using the zone method.
How: Paper clutter was eliminated and organized! Homes for everything were established.
Drowning in clutter, but don't know where to start?
This Organizing Jumpstart Challenge is *exactly* what you need!
Stop wasting the hour (or more!) you're currently losing to clutter + disorganization each day!*
Why this challenge?
- Just what you need to get started
- Strategies that work in real life
- Success in mere minutes
*this adds up to 2-6 weeks a year!