When we started this basement, there were very few containers — everything was in cardboard boxes and you couldn’t see what was in them.
Turning a storage basement into a space for the family to enjoy – three carloads of donations later!
This basement became a dreaded place to step foot in – just the thought of the chaos lurking down below gave them both angst and overwhelmed them to even think of approaching getting their basement organized. They even found themselves going shopping for items they knew they had in the basement – but couldn’t bare having to endure going through the piles of stuff to find it.
This guest room was a long way from a peaceful oasis for visitors. With the help of the San Francisco Bees, this room went from wreck to resort in no time!
We loved working with this homeowner in reclaiming her guest bedroom that her master closet poured over into.
Just because the clothes are smaller doesn’t mean the closets are any less difficult to manage!
There was a lot of closet space, but broken up with the mirrored sliding doors, so it was difficult to see the homeowners whole wardrobe at once.
One of the hugest closet transformations that you can do is switching out all of your hangers to be the same! Same size, same color – consistency is key, and there are so many options out there now!
Bees on the Job Angie Carol This garage was a 3 rd car garage – with no 3 rd car. With a busy life of 2 working parents and 2 young kids, this garage space quickly became a catch all area with no systems in place. By utilizing some storage shelves they already had, we …
BEE’S THAT MADE IT POSSIBLE Lisa Angie An active family of 4 has all seasons of sports covered! Like many garages we see, they had bikes, multiple sets of golf clubs, tennis racquets, baseball equipment, scooters, sleds even multiple yard games. After brining in some storage shelves, and some simple rearranging, we were able to …
There were tons of “Mixed Nuts” containers holding random assortments of nails, screws, paint supplies, you name – it all mixed together. There was absolutely no order, and made things nearly impossible to find anything.
While this kitchen office is in a prime location to help navigate a busy family through weeks of packed calendars, it had become an eye-sore and frustration and ultimately, a dumping ground.
Mudrooms and laundry rooms are most parents’ dreams pace to be able to catch and contain all of their kids’ stuff and keep the rest of the home clutter-free. That’s nice in theory until the mudroom fills up with so much junk that it starts pouring over into the rest of the house.
Bee Organized had their hands full with this laundry room organization project but didn’t miss a beat in paring down unnecessary items, establishing appropriate storage for everything left and even installing a magnetic board for calendars, to-dos, and family pics.
BEES on the job First Last Name First Last Name This Laundry Room in the basement was a very busy space with loads constantly coming and going from this 5 bedroom, 3 story home. The homeowners set up a few folding tables to be able to fold freshly clean laundry, but what started happening was …
This pantry gets a workout with a family who makes their own yogurt, granola & jams. Things had gotten a little sticky – and not just from the honey!
When you love to cook and cook a lot, your pantry seems to be more full than most.
BEES on the job Angie Shelle This pantry serves a large, busy family who values home cookin’ and family dinners. Unfortunately, things had gotten out of hand and almost one-third of the items had expired simply because they couldn’t be seen! Bee Organized quickly reworked storage space with “stadium seating” for items so everything could be …
Bees on the Job Kristen Betsy Let’s face it, kids love toys – and for those that have a whole space dedicated to their toys/crafts and play area tend to spend a lot of their time in that space…unless it becomes too cluttered and chaotic, they will find other places to play, or start pulling toys …