Organize Your Shoes Like a Pro
Andrea Gary is the mastermind behind Bethenny's to-die-for dream dressing suite in her home. Think of Andrea as your organizing fairy godmother. With a wave of her hand she can turn a pile of wedges, boots and sandals into closet candy.
Earlier, Andrea showed you the secrets for simple closet makeovers, now she focuses on the one item every woman can't have enough of -- shoes! Check out the latest from Andrea...
Many of us are like Carrie from "Sex and the City" and have an intimate and undying relationship with our shoes; they never let us down, says Andrea. Not all of us are blessed with a Mr. Big-gifted dream closet.
For the girl whose love of heels extends way past the size of your shoe rack, these tips are for you. No matter how big or small your closet, anyone can easily create a beautiful and livable closet without breaking the bank.
I call myself the Queen of Kerfuffle because I take great pride in making people's lives and spaces more manageable, beautiful and highly functional. Here's a before and after closet makeover example I love!
In this before shot of my client's pre-war closet, she was using clear containers, but she had no reasonable access. After a redesign, helping to store on-season shoes by type and color, all seasonal shoes are within reach!
About Andrea Gary:
Along with designing custom cabinetry for dressing rooms, closets, home offices and media centers, Andrea also helps to organize and style the space once it is complete. She refers to herself as the Queen of Kerfuffle because she takes great pride in making people's lives and spaces more manageable, beautiful and highly functional. She helps clients to sort through the chaos and delivers results more than they dreamed of. Andrea's work has been featured in several magazines including "Traditional Home","New York Spaces," "TimeOut NY," "US Weekly" and "914 INC." She has appeared several times on NBC/LXTV's "George to the Rescue." One of the episodes featured her work with "Bottomless Closet," creating dressing room space and a new boutique. She redesigned, organized, and styled Kathie Lee Gifford's dressing room for the "Today" show as a birthday surprise. Lastly, you saw her on "Bethenny Ever After" as she designed, organized and styled Bethenny's dream dressing room. Most recently she was awarded Best of HOUZZ2013 in Design and Customer Satisfaction and featured in their Best of Remodeling 2013 NY Portfolio.