Rebecca, Toronto

“I have been a long time dweller in midtown Toronto. My condo is 800 square feet and I have loved every foot of it. Living in a small place has its challenges, however. I enjoy entertaining and as such, am never quite sure whether I have too many or not enough accessories visible when having company. You want your home to be warm and welcoming and at the same time, you want as much room as possible for people to be able to walk around and be comfortable. I realized I needed the help of a professional, and so I contacted one. I called Annie, explained my situation, and was instantly put at ease knowing she understood what I needed. She came to my home, looked around carefully, asked several questions so she was able to ascertain exactly what I wanted and went to work.

The results were wonderful. My living room, either too crowded with unnecessary items or too sparse, was now open and inviting with space enough for many more people to attend lunch or dinner parties. My kitchen was a dream when she finished, allowing me both much more counter space on which to work as well as a larger space for serving. My favourite treasures are still evident, but in a much more interesting and space saving way. I couldn’t be happier. Space was at a premium in my kitchen cupboards as well. Annie took out all my cooking and baking needs, separated them into different areas in order to make them readily accessible when I was ready to work. She then organized my spice cupboard with the everyday spices easily at hand and the occasional ones grouped separately. It was interesting that when she completed her work, I seemed to have much more space in the cupboards even though nothing I needed had been discarded. I know the processes of cooking and baking will now be more fun and much less stressful for me.

I would call her instantly if I needed any other help in furniture placement in any rooms of my condo or finding the simplest manner in which to organize drawers, closets and cupboards. I would highly recommend her services in any of these areas.”