THIS IS HOW WE MAKE IT HAPPEN.
The average space organization project takes 3 days from start to finish, and involves just three easy steps.
1. It all starts with a chat.
To deliver the best solution, that's longest-lasting and tailored to you, we start by meeting over a cup of coffee. We'll get to know you, the spaces you live and work in, the people who occupy them and your organizational challenges and goals.
Some of the points we'll be discussing are your daily routine, the friction points in your space, and the needs of the other people living or working with you. Not all spaces (and the people in them) are created equal. Therefore, throughout the process, we'll be accommodating you and your lifestyle.
2. Identifying the challenges and preparing the game plan.
However bad you think your home or office space is, there's nothing we haven't seen before. And let us assure you; there's always a way to turn even the most chaotic space into a ship-shape environment that gives you the freedom and balance you need.
We'll examine the room(s) and quickly identify the weak points that cause the most friction and tension. This will allow us to build the right organization strategy for re-introducing tranquility, efficiency and simplicity into your space. The game plan will be tailored to you, your lifestyle, and the goals you wish to achieve with your newly optimized home or office.
3. Getting down to (organizing) business.
This is where the magic happens, and it starts ugly; we'll reconstruct the way the space holds its contents, activity areas and purposes. We'll add the right storage furniture (if necessary) and use creative yet ultra-pragmatic solutions for storing items you can't live without - and help you get rid of the things you can.
Keep in mind that you will probably only need to go through this process once. Our space organization solutions are designed for long-lasting effect. By the end of the process, you'll notice how the space works effortlessly for you, not the other way around. You won't need to think ever again: "Damn it, where did I put it?"