Small Room Needs Some Space
A couple who works from home gets help organizing their small living room/office.
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What happens when two people live in a small apartment and work from home? A complete mess, that's what! Nicole Mensinger and Abe Bradshaw both work from the living room of their Brooklyn brownstone. They love their place, but are tired of living in a cramped and chaotic environment. They are at the end of their rope. That's where professional organizer Randy Ballesteros comes into play. He is a small-space expert who is ready to take on this challenge.
The couple's dining table doubles as an office space and storage unit, thus finding a place to sit and eat can often be challenging. They don't have much of a filing system, so there are mounds of paper piled on top of the table as well as underneath it. That becomes a big problem when it is time to relax because they are still surrounded by their work. They'd like to have a place to put the work and papers away, so when it comes time to chill out, they can.
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