You might be wondering what my services really look like, in particular the closet edit. Today I want to break it down and walk you through what a closet edit and clean out looks like.
After a client contacts me, the first thing that happens is I send them a questionnaire. I ask everything from “what’s your favorite item in your closet?” to “what are your goals of the appointment?”. After the client fills out the survey, I ask them to send me a “before” photo of their space. This gives me an idea of how long the service will take and allows me to brainstorm storage ideas.
The second step in the process is to have a discussion about my plan and my goals for the appointment. We go over any additional ideas and I answer questions. Finally, I send a proposal explaining my suggestions and break down the cost and time. Then the real fun begins!
Clients have the option to be present for the edit, or I can do it solo. Depending on the conversation, I take everything out of the closet and, with or without their help, decide what goes back in. Nothing is set in stone and clients have the option to go through my piles before I am complete. I do my best to edit out items that no longer bring the client joy and I organize their space to meet their needs.
Below is a before and after of a client’s closet I did last weekend. While I didn’t add any organizational products to her closet, I did reorganize her clothes and edit it down. Take a look at that pile of clothes she’s selling and giving away!
If we work together, we will discuss the method behind the madness and I promise it will help clear your clutter and make getting dressed more fun and easier. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment today!