Confront the Clutter
Every new year, most of us set goals to get more organized; but often it doesn’t last very long. Our goals aren’t specific enough to truly change how we function on a daily basis, so we’re right back where we started in a routine of disarray. We can’t find what we’re looking for because there’s so much clutter.
Artisan Custom Closets and their senior design consultant, Kimberly Lassiter, want to help change that. Clutter is an indicator of inadequate storage, so Lassiter suggests an evolution of organization through a process of designating specific places for every single thing in her clients’ closets. The result: They always know where to find something and, more importantly, they get into the routine of putting it right back where it goes.
To aid in this practice, Artisan carries a healthy inventory of shelf dividers, drawer inserts, jewelry storage options, belt and tie organizers and more that make closet visits easy with quick access to the clothing and accessories you need for the day. Her team of designers helps make decisions about door and drawer styles, where to install lighting and whether to add crown molding. Artisan offers options to complement any design style and seeks out new materials or build methods to make it happen.
“I love assisting my clients to become their best selves with a closet that reflects their style and purpose,” said Lassiter. “A custom closet is as important as a well-designed kitchen because it allows you to get dressed more effectively and efficiently while enjoying the beauty in your wardrobe.”
And it doesn’t stop with closets—Artisan provides storage and organization solutions for the garage, entertainment center, mudroom, playroom, laundry room and smaller closet spaces in your home.
“We want our clients to start each day in their new and improved closet that channels a positive mindset,” said Lassiter. “And, of course, we want them to love it!”