BEFORE

Danielle's closet was full of clutter and chaos. Things started to pile up at the bottom and she ran out of room for her clean clothes to fit inside. This was a classic case of what happens when things are out of order and don't have a proper place to return to. 

DURING

We removed everything from her closet and categorized by style. Once everything was out, she was able to see how much stuff she really had. We went through every item and decided what she wanted to keep, what items she wanted to donate, and what items she wanted to throw away. 

AFTER

Danielle's closet is color coordinated and categorized by style. We removed her closet doors to open up the space, added some corner shelving for her jeans and personal items, turned her desk area into a vanity space, and added decor items in her room to make it more personalized and cozy. She is now able to find what she is looking for, and more importantly is able to enjoy being in HER space again. 

BEFORE

This room started out feeling more like a dungeon than a bedroom.  The wall colors and animal prints were making the room feel much smaller than it actually is, the bags on the wall made the space feel very cluttered, and the dark curtains blocked out so much natural light that the residents found themselves sleeping in much later than desired.

AFTER

The atmosphere blue walls really open up the space, making it feel serene and inviting. The lighter colors of the furniture and bedding  also brighten up the room. 

BEFORE

This beautiful home in Oranga Ca was in need of some cozying up. One of the residents expressed that they disliked how dark and bland each room felt, so the main objective of this project was to brighten things up and add some character.

AFTER