In many ways, redesigning old rooms is like following the steps of a life improvement program. First you realize it is time for change, then you accept that fact and finally you take proactive steps to make the change a reality. That said, the path to an organized life is not always easy or straightforward and neither is the path taken to redesign an old room. Here are some of the stages you may pass through along the road to spatial enlightenment.
Realize what you don’t want
The closet is too cramped, the furniture is falling apart, the 1970’s art deco-themed den didn’t age as well as anticipated. Whatever the reason, realizing you’re unhappy with something is the first step towards achieving the opposite.
Realize what you do want
At this stage, close your eyes and envision yourself in a bright, stylish new place. What do you see? A posh pantry? A contemporary home office? A custom closet with everything in its place? Honing your vision is another key step.
Begin the journey
Look up space organization ideas on the internet. Take a deep breath and scroll through the different sites.
Find a company you can trust
If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, contact California Space Organizers for a free design consultation and estimate. We have been in the closet and garage organizing system business for over 30 years. Our prices are highly competitive, and our experience speaks for itself.
Communicate your needs
Schedule an appointment with our designer to visit your home or office. Explain your vision and work together to develop a plan for your organized space.
Renovate your space
With the consultation and planning complete, it’s now time to update the old room. You may feel pangs of worry as you clear out the old and take in the new, but don’t worry — renovation is the only way to reach the final step.
Achieve “spatial nirvana”
Congratulations! Once you have completed the full journey you can now sit back in your updated space, meditate on the hard work you’ve done to get here, and bask in your own “spatial nirvana”.