Organizing an Office That Works for You
The Normandeau family wants to take back their home office so they call in the professionals to help them declutter and organize.
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Mike Normandeau isn't the only one who uses the home office. His wife, Annie, uses it for her home business as a graphic designer, and their two small children house disorganized piles of photos, office and art supplies, toys and stacks of CDs there.
This home office, which uses a variety of mismatched tables for desk space, has zero storage or organization.
Too much office equipment and not enough hidden storage makes the room appear messy and inefficient.
This hutch provides the only real storage in the room, and it just isn't up to the job.
Professional organizer Vicki Norris says the couple has a bad case of surface abuse, but she has a plan to create some boundaries for a kid-free office that functions effortlessly and lets Annie get back to business.
See how a cluttered room becomes a sophisticated work area that showcases original artwork.Advertisement
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