“ A place for everything and everything in its place."
WORD ON THE STREET
Ann Ueno, Interior Designer
We organized, that’s for sure.
We took inventory, cleaned, purged, and created a margin in my spare bedroom and in two closets. We made space. Not to be filled in the future, but to be left as is.
The definition of space is a “continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied.”
I’m finding more and more in my life that the right amount of space leads me to the right amount of joy and contentment. Space to rest, space to reflect, space to be alone, space to create, space to pray, space to play.
In this “glorifying busy” world we live in, I think space and breathing room has become the unpopular kid. Yes trumps no. Tired trumps rested. Consumption trumps creation. Meh, don’t love any of that. Working towards unpopularity.
And I believe it has to start in your home. If your everyday environment is a foundation that allows you to have peace, space to rest and create, areas to just be, I think that we all win.
Sabrina Powell, Wellness Coach
Since Shena helped me organize my closets, I’ve been feeling inspired to keep my entire house nice and tidy. My pantry, cabinets, and drawers have never looked so nice.
It’s amazing how a professional can help you improve your system so everything makes more sense and you know what you have and where everything is.
I’ve been wearing clothes I didn’t even realize I owned or what to wear with, now that they’re arranged in such a way that is appealing to my eyes.
As far as my personal life, I feel more organized in terms of my schedule and getting things done, since my environment is so beautifully organized.
It was a life-changing experience and I am truly grateful.