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Lea helped me sort and organize a spare bedroom that had become the “Put That in There” Room. It was a mix of my late mother's “stuff” that I couldn’t make a decision on and my adult daughter's college leftovers. She asked me insightful questions that made me come to some conclusions myself where I could finally get rid of stuff that I realized I wasn’t that sentimental about. She did the heavy lifting and also took a ton of donation stuff away with her, allowing me to not have to do it! Highly recommend her services! Sometimes you just need a nudge to get started!

S.K.

Oklahoma City, OK

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After moving into a new home I felt incredibly overwhelmed by the daunting task of unpacking my voluminous library -- previously it had been a messy, overflowing jumble, and relocating forced me to address it. ... I was convinced there was no way we'd fit it all in the shelves I had. Lea sat down with me and discussed my needs and objectives, proposed an organization strategy, and was flexible when I had suggestions of my own. 

 

She genuinely cared about my "stuff" as if it were her own and followed through to ensure I was satisfied with the end result. In fact I was so pleased that when I moved again I took photos of everything so I could recreate the arrangement in my new house! Lea really helps you to enjoy what you have and not dread it, and your life is so much saner when she's worked her magic.

S.H.

Fairfax, VA

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After every visit, my life got easier because my surroundings were more manageable. We experimented and we adjusted. Ever flexible and responsive, Lea did not get attached to a certain way of organizing items. She observed how strategies worked over a week's time and modified approaches to better fit my routines and realities. Lea is intuitive and warm.

 

One challenge I had was getting my daughter more comfortable with being in her room alone at night, or at all, really. Lea took the perspective of my anxious child and recommended approaches that involved color, texture, lighting, and sound. It worked!

 

Lea is nonjudgmental and downright playful. Even if she weren't providing an invaluable service in her own special way, she's a joy to have in the house. Optimistic, talented, fun. You can't go wrong.

M.D.

Reston, VA

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Studio Room Before (3/3) Drawing Nook

Studio Room Better (1/5)

Studio Room Better (1/5)

Studio Room Better (2/5)

Studio Room Better (2/5) Elfa drawers to organize all the paper craft supplies!

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Studio Room Better (3/5) Notecard drawer love

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Studio Room Better (4/5)

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Studio Room Better (5/5) Drawing Nook

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Home Office Better Bonus! (4/4)

Home Office Better (4/4) with doggo space!

Kitchen Unpack Before (1/2)

Kitchen Unpack Before (1/2)

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Kitchen Unpack Better (3/3)

Bedroom Closet Before

Bedroom Closet Before

Bedroom Closet Better

Many clothes and shoes were donated and the hanging shoe cubby was moved to the front for easier access.

Wardrobe Before

A deep built-in wardrobe in this house made it difficult to organize and access clothes.

Wardrobe Better (mostly)

After donating more clothes and deciding on what kinds of clothes were most used, we now have piles that are easy to see and keep up. The next step is to get fabric bins and turn them sideways so they open facing out. That way the piles won't topple over and it's easy to see when there is enough of any category.

Home Office Before (1/2)

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Craft Room Before (1/2)

This craft room made it difficult to sit and do crafts. It doubled as a guest room, but didn't have the space to fold out the couch for a guest.

Craft Room Before (2/2)

The closet in this room is difficult to reach from around the door, so it wasn't very used.

Craft Room Better (1/2)

Space to do crafts! And space for guests! And pictures to be hung as a later project.

Craft Room Better (2/2)

Using the containers my client already had, we gave the craft supplies homes and made them accessible based on how often they're needed.

Craft Room Better (Bonus!)

Doggo space!

Home Office Before

Home Office Before

Home Office Better

Home Office Better

Kitchen Counter Before

This kitchen counter aspired to be a work station.

Kitchen Counter Better

Et voilá! On the left is a basket for incoming mail, a station for outgoing mail, and a file for papers to be dealt with. The phone has a pad and paper next to it for handy message-writing. And on the right is a station for glasses, cell phones, and keys. Plus counter space!

Medicine Cabinet Before

Unpacking this box meant sorting into easy-to-remember categories, conserving space, and keeping the contents away from the small dog.

Medicine Cabinet Better

In stackable containers with removable dividers, the medicine cabinet is now easy to access and is labeled by organ system! Respiratory for coughs and colds, integumentary for itches and cuts, neuromuscular for aches and pains, and so on.

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