This room was built as a library and work space for a teacher. The cabinets were so deep that she had 2 rows of books in some spaces, however you had no idea what books were in the back.
Our organization team, along with our custom cabinet partner, came up with a solution of configuring all the shelves to pull out like drawers to access the books in the back. If the books were short, they were arranged so that each pullout had two rows of books with the spines up. The larger books were also arranged spine up, but were put in front. This not only captured every inch of space, but it also allowed us to put in more shelves. Over 135 shelves were either reconfigured or re-organized.
$4,000 including products
This was a fun job for me, being a bit of an artist myself. The art studio has constructed by FineLine Designs out of one portion of a three-car garage. The attic space was used as a play area for the grandkids and the stairwell on the left takes you to that space. The clients had moved all the art supplies and paraphernalia to the garage waiting for the construction to be completed. That’s when we were brought in.
Again, our team helped her purge the items no longer needed. And then categorize the remaining thing that needed to be stored. Decisions had to be made as to use it frequently, sometimes, store it etc. Storage was set up in the garage, everything in the studio was made to access easily and be a working area
$6,000, including products
This laundry room had enough room for a sewing machine, however, the desktop was too small and difficult to use. Our custom cabinet partner, Randolph Cabinets in Weatherford, Texas, came up with the idea to put a drop-down door over the sewing area so that the door became a work table when pulled down. Our team found the artwork that became the leg of that table, making it fun and easy to sew on a quick button or hem.
The artwork doubles as the leg of the sewing table, so the sewing machine is always set up and ready to go in short notice.
$750, including products