Organizing a Step at a Time has a variety of options to work with your budget. Please call so we can help determine the best package for you!
- Please contact us for your free 20-minute phone assessment. This is our time to get to know one another, to learn about your needs, and to answer your questions about working with a professional organizer.
- If we are a good fit, we can set up your first session. We work M-F with both daytime and evening appointment times. We have some weekend sessions available on a first-come, first served basis.
- Your first session will include an in-home assessment. We will determine the best place to start and we can dig right in! During our sessions, we will assist with planning and furniture rearrangement along with decluttering.
- If you are a ‘do-it-yourselfer’ and would like to organize or desing on your own, but want a plan to help get you started, we can do that too! A personalized organization or redesign plan that fits your needs can help motivate you to create the space you desire.
Staging Service – first we will assess each room in the home. Then using what you already have we will work together to transform you home.
Redesign Service – after assessing each room and identifying your personal style, we will work together to create a space that is functional and beautiful.
Organizing/Decluttering Service – we will help you sort through your belongings to decide what you need and want. Then we provide a personal plan on how to organize and maintain your space.
$75 = In-Home Assessment
$95 = Personalized Plan
$195 = 1 three-hour session
$540 = 3 three-hour sessions (save $5 an hour)
A minimum of 3 hours is the best amount of time to make a change and to see a difference for a project. After the first session, we can discuss the scope of the project to decide on continuing with more sessions or purchasing a personalized plan.
Felice has an incredible eye for design and space. She gave my living room/kitchen space a makeover a few years ago. She can take the furniture and accessories you already have and make it look totally different by moving things around and re-purposing items. She used items tucked away in the closet (baskets, pillows, greenery, knick-knacks) and placed them with items I would never have thought to pair with in totally new ways. The result is a space that is pleasing to the eye while still remaining functional for every day living.
— Robbie in Driftwood, Texas