Four steps to a more organized home [partner]

 

Neat, clean spaces take work to create, and not every homeowner has the time to take on multiple projects. But with these steps, and help from the experts at California Closets, you’ll be on your way to an organized home in no time.

  1. Consult the experts

Thanks to a free in-home design consultation, California Closets-Kansas City makes it easier than ever to plan the space of your dreams, whether you want an aesthetically pleasing pantry or a closet sans clutter.

“A professional space planner and designer will come into the home or business and assess your needs,” designer Amy Haller says. “We’ll spend about an hour finding out how you want to improve your space, and how we can work together to achieve that end result.”

  1. Assess your space

Consider what you do or don’t like about your space, and how you’d like it to function. Do you need items to be easily accessible, or is the look and feel more important? Your specific needs will be taken into consideration during the consultation.

“We’ll find ways to improve day-to-day life, whether that means making things more accessible or highlighting specific items with lighting,” Haller says.

  1. Think about materials.

 Whether you’re drawn to clean lines or more warm, textured elements, California Closets-Kansas City has three different collections of materials that can be intertwined at little to no extra cost during the month of February.

“This really allows us to work with the color scheme and personal style of each client,” Haller says. “We also invite our customers to our local showroom to see materials in person.”

  1. Sit back and relax.

You’ve discussed your budget, your ideas and your needs. Now it’s time to let the experts go to work. Kick your feet up and let California Closet-Kansas City’s installation team turn your vision into a reality.

Visit California Closets-Kansas City at their local showroom at 13308 Metcalf Avenue, Overland Park, Kansas 66213. 

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