Decluttering & Organising in Norfolk.

Before & After

Before & After

Seeing spaces transform for the better is a feeling like nothing else. Here are a few examples of my recent projects. 


Sarah’s utility room

Sarah had become so overwhelmed by her cluttered utility room that she was no longer able to use it for its purpose. Over many years, the volume of items had built up and become unmanageable. Sarah contacted me because she wanted to regain the space as a useful utility area and office, but didn’t know where to start. How I helped:

  • Sorted through each cupboard and shelf in turn, identifying items to keep and let go
  • Created space for items to be properly organised
  • Categorised items for easy retrieval and access
  • Created streamlined and clutter-free work surfaces and desk
  • Sorted and found storage for all items on all the floor
  • Removed all of the unwanted items and donated them to several local charities
  • Contacted local auction houses for valuations on several items

What Sarah had to say: 

"Anita is such a lovely, caring, gentle person - we made a good start and she was so helpful - so much so that we have done another full day more recently and I’m very much looking forward to tackling the next stage with Anita."

Jenny’s bedroom

Jenny had a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and had recently moved into her first house. She had lots to do but struggled to prioritise, sequence and finish tasks. As a result, the house had quickly become cluttered with packing materials, hobby items and belongings in various stages of being unpacked. How I helped:

  • Created a small steps plan to help Sarah focus and stay on track
  • Encouraged regular short breaks to support concentration
  • Removed packing materials to create much-needed space
  • Sorted and decluttered clothes – helping Sarah make sound decisions about what to keep
  • Created space in wardrobe and drawers
  • Categorised clothes according to type and colour to make retrieval easy
  • Returned miscellaneous items to other areas of the house to store in categories
  • Removed a car load of items to donate to charity