Portfolio for Organizing Services
Susan Macaulay of Clarity Over Clutter creates functional organizing systems that fit the needs of each household. Working with the client to establish what their daily activities are, number of family members in the home, and taking into account the client’s schedules, physical and time limitations – allows for the Organizing process to create a organized home that will work for each client.
The room in the photos below was a spare room that was not meeting the needs of the Homeowner. By creating this sitting / television room to relax and enjoy quiet time, the space now fits the needs of the Homeowner.
Susan Macaulay of Clarity Over Clutter created a spa like bathroom. Reorganizing with some minor redesign has given this space a sense of openness and a relaxed atmosphere.
This kitchen was redesigned and reorganized to meet the needs of the Homeowner, allowing for items to be organized and stored in functional zones. This created a kitchen that is enjoyable to cook and entertain in.
Sorting, and reorganizing created a functional and easy to access linen closet for a very happy client. Before the sorting took place, items that were stored either expired or were not used or needed. There were other items stored in other parts of the house that were reorganized into the linen closet.
Creating a Home Office was achieved by turning an existing spare room closet into the office. When not in use the doors are closed. Susan Macaulay of Clarity Over Clutter creates unique Organizing solutions to fit the needs of each situation.
“I was given a gift certificate for Susan’s services. Susan was very helpful and spent extra time with me going through the rooms and areas that needed attention. I was very pleased with her service and would most definitely recommend her to others.”
“I LIKED THE FACT THAT SHE WAS WILLING TO WORK WITH WHAT I ALREADY HAD & WORK IT INTO THE NEW ITEMS”
“Susan loves what she does! It shows through her dedication and professional manner she conducts herself in when on the job. We loved having her in our home.”