Sometimes it's not so much an abundance of stuff that's wrong with a room, but its configuration. This home office featured a couch against one wall, which the client said was rarely used for the purpose of sitting. It was a place for clutter to collect, so that had become its purpose in the room.
We moved a console table from the other side of the room to this underused space, giving the client a central location for the mini fridge, printer, and shredder--much more useful than a couch holding up miscellaneous supplies!
As a bonus, we created bins underneath the table for the client to organize papers that an assistant could handle: papers to be shredded, mailed, and filed now have a home.
In YOUR office, does all the furniture serve its intended purpose, or could it be better? An organizer (like me) can help take an objective look at the space for you and find a room's hidden potential! I'm here to help!
Lilly is here to guide you: when stuff gets in your way, help is only a click away.