Making It Home

As baby boomers downsize and Gen Xers become empty nesters, there is a growing desire to declutter and let go of an accumulation of stuff.

before and after

Moving into a new home is stressful, lots of decisions to make as to where to situate everything. Often many decisions about unused possessions are put off, with the thought that when we move to a new place, we can decide what to do this stuff. This can mean paying more money for moving extra possessions that do not serve us well or have a significant purpose in our lives.

As baby boomers downsize and Gen Xers become empty nesters, there is a growing desire to declutter and let go of an accumulation of stuff. There is a keen focus to lighten the atmosphere within existing homes and new homes as couples shift their priorities and needs within their living space. However, the decision and the action of letting go of possessions can be overwhelming and challenging for many.

Downsizing prior to moving to a new space can not only save money and time but will help ease the daunting task of where to put things within a new home. Keeping only what you love, use, or need for a functional and comfortable lifestyle brings a sense of harmony and freedom to a new home.

We help families in Grande Prairie and the surrounding area, love their living space by decluttering and organizing their new or existing home.

Home Redefined offers non-judgemental support for families looking control their stuff and find balance and functionality within the home.

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