Instructor: Carol Jones
Total time: 89 minutes
Conference Year: 2017
Would you like to know more about how to improve and redesign your clients' storage spaces? Would you like some creative ideas for maximizing storage in limited spaces? Would you like to help your clients manage their belongings better? After the de-cluttering, and after all the client's decisions about what to keep and what to get rid of, then comes the fun, creative process of improving closets, kitchens, garages, and other spaces with smart space design. Objectives of this session: (1) Learn how to recognize good space design versus problematic space design, and how that impacts ergonomic flow and efficiency. (2) Learn how to plan for how people really live and what they really need in their closets, kitchens, garages, and other spaces. (3) Learn practical and creative solutions for overcoming and solving bad space design problems.
1. Identify the good and bad of closet design.
2. Identify the good and bad of drawer placement.
3. How to maximize pantry size.
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