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"Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful."
- William Morris
I love to de-clutter and organize. It soothes and comforts me. I attribute it to growing up the youngest of six children. Being surrounded by the sweet chaos and mess of a large family made me crave organized simplicity in my adult life. I have lived in spaces both large and small but always with William Morris’ wise words guiding me.
As a child, I would get excited when discovering a new and improved way to store everything from records to Barbie clothes.
My mother quickly noticed my desire to purge and organize increased if I was stressed. Being a smart and tired lady (she did have six children!) she would strategically place me in the room that could benefit most from my fit of energy.
It was in that house I honed the skills that followed me to College to Apartment and eventually House.
The business of home organization caught up quickly to my passion. Hold Everything, The Container Store and California Closets were just a few of the pioneers. I would spend hours, wondering the isles, thrilled to incorporate products into my living space.
I never thought of putting my talents to work for others until approached by the founders of NouvelleView. Juliana Terian and Pamela Muller were excited to be launching an innovative approach to the moving process. Managing all aspects of even the most complicated move, NouvelleView handles all details flawlessly. Once a client hands over the process to NouvelleView, they can count of coming home to their new space fully unpacked and organized.
They asked me to join the team and I have never looked back. Studying the latest and most efficient way to organize a home is exciting. Watching a client marvel at the magic we preform is beyond satisfying. Even reluctant purgers are amazed at the beautiful things they had hidden among their unwanted and unused stuff. Watching a joyful client get excited not just about their new space but embracing a new outlook on their belongings often brings me back to the William Morris quote.