An artistic couple needs help organizing their new home.
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Toni Bourgeois and Adam Crawford moved into a fixer-upper city row house over a year ago. They immediately put in new floors and walls but stopped when it came to unpacking. They have never taken the time to go through the boxes and crates full of toys, books, mementos and forgotten "stuff" that fill their combination living/dining room.
The dining area was filled with unfiled papers, tools, even extra doors from remodeling projects. Bon appetit!
This couple needs help learning how to let go of items and create an organized lifestyle.
Professional organizer Jen Doman comes to their rescue with low-cost ideas to for a cool, '50s-style space that captures both of their unusual styles.
Her plan is to divide the living and dining area with a storage unit and unify the look of the seating (that fuchsia couch has to go!). Plenty of shelving and sophisticated gray walls will help complete the sharp city look.
The Cherry family basement is not living up to its potential, but that's about to change.