Today I worked with a client to organize her art studio.
Her goal was to de-clutter an area that she would be comfortable working in it. After determining which part of the room would give her the best natural light, we repositioned some of the furniture to use the space most efficiently.
It was important to have the supplies for her current project easily accessible
Getting organized saves time and money. We sorted her supplies so that she knows what she has and will not spend money buying duplicate materials. We put all of her picture frames in one area. Imagine her surprise when she realized that she had over 60 frames.
In the 25 plus years that I have been an organizer, I have worked with a number of artists . People have asked me if they require a different approach to organizing. The key to working with creative people is helping them set up visual systems so they can see a specific place for supplies to go.
Clutter stifles creativity. If you are tired of working in your disorganized studio, help is only a phone call away. Contact me at 978-922-6136.
When was the last time you cleared the clutter out f your studio?
Do you have trouble finding containers to keep your supplies in?
What is the greatest obstacle to working in your studio?