Resetting the Space
Once we've helped you declutter, we reset your home. Our goals is creating a place that's beautiful, eminently functional, inspiring and deeply uplifting. We want it to be a place which will support you in living a life that feels right to you, and in which you'll fully express yourself and come into your power.
As we work, we keep numerous variables/tangibles in mind. You, and whoever else lives in the home, will need to sleep, eat, bathe and prepare to meet the world each day. We therefore carefully and strategically map out the rooms so you can move gracefully and efficiently, and have everything you require easily within your reach.
Next we address community. Where will you interact meaningfully with those with whom you live and those who come to visit you? It's important when designing your space that we create both private spaces for each individual as well as communal spaces to which couples or groups will naturally gravitate because they find themselves comfortable and at ease in those places.
Humans do not live by bread alone however, regardless of whether we eat alone or with others. We need to express ourselves creatively and to keep learning if we wish to truly thrive. In home resets therefore, we make sure to provide areas in which the home's inhabitants can cultivate learning, work on projects and pursue hobbies. We'll set up play rooms for children, offices for adults, darkrooms or toolshops or music rooms for engaged enthusiasts of all ages. When the space is ready, the players appear.
Last but not least, we consider the spiritual needs of the individuals who call the house home. For some, prayer corners or meditation spaces provide grounding for spiritual practice and development whereas for others, simply bringing in nature through including flowers or plants or feeding the thirst for beauty by creating aesthetically rich environments adequately feeds the soul.
Whatever requirements our clients present, we strive to meet them creatively, efficiently and with heart.
Brooke, Mary, Sharon