This client lives in the Hillcrest/Forest area, however this is a vacation home. Lots of things to store seasonally and a strangely shaped basement closet in which to make that happen.
This particular closet needed to be restructured and so that it could still store items and be used as a ”bicycle workroom.”
$400, including products
This is the third house we’ve helped this client with. With this project we were closing out her mother’s home after she passed and moved her into a Highland Park home. This garage is in a second home out of town. The small closet off of the garage is where the HVAC & hot water heater is all contained. It became a catch-all for the family.
There were already built in cubbies in the left-hand wall and drawer storage on the right. Our team helped her purge the items she no longer needed. We then categorized the remaining things that needed to be stored. A good portion of it was long-term save items for the grandkids. We found the largest tubs we could to fit in each cubby.
$2,500, including products
If items are stored in tubs, the space looks better; the items are protected from the dust, water, and humidity; and they are easier to find once the tubs are labeled and put away.
This is the same house that the small garage closet was in. The master closets are so small that the client used this upstairs closet for off season. There were lots of cubbies and areas to store items, however the layout was strange and hard to access. As the inventory grew they simply added another layer.
Our team helped purge the items no longer needed and then categorized the remaining things that needed to be stored. Then we moved some of the existing shelf units around so that the flow was easier to access and the shoes were easier to see as well. The clothes organization was done by types of clothing and by color. We also delivered many items to donation and friends.
$3,000, including products
This client is a photographer and his studio needed to change photographic back drops quickly. His small closet had to store extra equipment, shipping supplies, all sizes of canvases, and office supplies.
Our team helped him purge the items no longer needed. We then categorized the remaining items that needed to be stored. We moved some of the existing shelf units around so that the flow was easier to access everything as well as some the less-frequently needed items such as extra chairs. We have a four-hour minimum and that’s all this took. We were even able to address an attic space and other equipment shelving during this time.
$700, including products