Senior client wanted to downsize in existing home and organize basement storage. Although storage was sizable, over-buying and collection of items over the years had left the space packed and disorganized. Client bought unneeded items because she didn’t know what and how much she had.
Removing all the items and sorting them into groups of like items (paper goods, plastic storage bags, food items, etc.) helped Client realize that some items could be given away, donated, or recycled. We organized the remaining items by type and frequency of use. Client can now find items easily and track which items are needed without over-buying.
Client was downsizing and moving from larger condo to 1 BDR condo with limited storage, yet wanted to retain important belongings and family heirlooms.
We worked with Client to unpack belongings, sort, prioritize importance, and create new organization with existing furniture. Some items were donated, others were creatively displayed, as well as stored in in other rooms and limited basement storage, allowing Client to retain important items while creating an organized, comfortable living environment.
Client was downsizing to put her 2 BDR/2BA condo on the market, in preparation for moving into a supported living facility. Food and cooking items had to be reduced for showing, but with enough supply for Client to use until moving.
We worked with Client to retain favorite foods and frequently used kitchen items, and pared down other items to the minimum needed. Items were reorganized so that cabinets were accessible and visually pleasing for showing.