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How organized is your closet? Your life? Our clients believe that custom organization provides a better way! If they had more time, more control, and a little more organizational piece of mind – who knows – they might accomplish anything. We exist for people who value organization and time as you do. Building real custom, organization solutions. We start from scratch and don’t build, or install a thing until we see how you live and what you need.
Weekly on Cox Channel 11 Closet Factory Virginia Beach helps Hampton Roads homeowners become more organized. Get behind the scenes access to see exactly how this team of space saving custom organizers transforms lives through custom storage solutions. It is truly the art of organization and a one of a kind Closet Factory solution.
Back in 2015, Brian and Jolene Bedingfield were about to pack up and move from the area. That is, until they discovered the award-winning Closet Factory showcase home, “Culpepper Landing”. Join us as we revisit the Bedingfields to see how a chance stop at a Home-A-Rama event, changed the course of their growing family’s lives. And we flashback to a day in the life of Senior Closet Factory designer, Jacinta Walker where we find she is making an impact on people’s lives in more ways than just a path to organization.
On Episode 404, Operation Reorganization features two Closet Factory Follow Ups with a manly take on design. Designer Tamra checks in on Todd’s ultra-organized garage and Wayne’s urban-inspired beach home.And our Closet Factory Flashback revisits Tamra’s transformation from Award Winning Designer to Paintball Warrior Goddess!
When Kim Finley and her partner decided to merge houses, it was mandatory they update their 100 year old home.
Older homes aren’t really known for having lots of storage space, so they called Closet Factory. In this Closet Factory Follow up we find out if Tamra was able to add modern organizational space that could blend with the history of the building.
After months of construction nightmares with other companies, Sharon Sparks cautiously makes one more call. Can Closet Factory restore Sharon’s belief that her dream laundry room can come true?
This week’s Closet Factory Flashback features a Master Closet fit for a king!
Episode 402 introduces a new designer who takes on a new task from a repeat customer, needing to customize his garage vertically to fit his passion for motorbikes. We also take you behind the scenes at a bridal show to assist people who are merging households.
The season 4 premiere offers changes, new segments and new people as well as an expanded product line. In this episode we follow the Hampton Volunteer Fire Department as they get an entire room renovation, complete with murphy beds and display cabinets. Also, we take a look back at the Closet Factory Coastal Living house from season 3 in our new flashback segment.
When new state regulations cause a no kill animal shelter the need to make changes, it’s Closet Factory to the rescue. Hope for Life needs to renovate after losing about 30% of their much needed space. “We rescue all of our animals from death row” says Pauline Cushman who started the rescue in 2002. After the Department of Agriculture advised of the required changes, Pauline says “We knew right up front we were really gonna be pressed for storage.” The need for shelving to store the supplies needed for the dogs and cats leads to the experts finding an efficient solution!
“You probably can’t do this….I have a very strange request” was the way Carla Gore presented her idea for a mobile boutique. A step van presents unique challenges that Senior Designer Claudia faces in an attempt to turn the vehicle into a showcase. The space must be clean and organized so customers can shop, try on and purchase clothing; all in one compact place without feeling crowded. Even with weight considerations, and keeping merchandise secure when in motion, The Closet Factory’s Tami says “We can…..so, we did.”
Mike Gingerich is a contractor who has built over 100 custom homes with his 34 years old business. His wife, Caroline, not only works with Mike, but is also a professional body builder. With this kind of experience, this couple knows that new construction can be a difficult and “weighty” undertaking. Now they’re building their own home from the ground up, but with weather delays the project seems like a load that’s almost too much to bear. That is, until Closet Factory designer Claudia shows up and the weight is lifted, at least as far as the closets are concerned.
Home-A-Rama is a highly anticipated event each year in Hampton Roads. The Closet Factory has been involved for 14 years and has built 5 homes. “We’re not just a closet specific organization company. We can actually custom build a library unit, an office unit, entertainment unit. Anything you might need as far as specific wise, we can do it,” Juan states as he takes you behind the scenes and explains the efficient cutting edge designs.
The age old problem of not enough closet space is solved by the talented designers from The Closet Factory. Laura Allen, called “The Queen of Organization” got tired of having multiple dressers in her bedroom. Laura says “I have an idea of what I want to do, but I’m not certain yet…..Do I want to do one closet? Do I want to do a wall unit?…..I need to talk to Tamra and see what direction we go from there.” Her husband had never had his own closet, so both are looking forward to having ample space. “Its crowded…it’s very crowded.” The excitement of the design grabs Laura as Tamra offers her expertise.
Doctors Lewis and Lewis agree on almost everything. After a complete physical, their joint research has led them to a finding that is undeniable. The master closet must undergo an operation. Remove wire shelving, add mirrored cabinet, plenty of shoe storage, plenty of drawers and make it all pretty! STAT! But they hit a snag when Steven and Melissa can not agree on the best treatment….he’s a hanger and she’s a folder. Time to bring in the “design paramedics” at Closet Factory for a true Operation Reorganization.
What do a library of interesting books, a collection of Japanese warrior statues and computer equipment have in common? A lot when they take over the dining room. Rather than spreading all over the dining table, Beau and Noelle Blythe are intent on cleaning up and organizing the underutilized home office so they called Closet Factory designer Tamra for help. Beautifully organized shelving to display books, a showcase for a prized collection as well as a place for computer work and homeschooling, all come together in one room to make for quite a happy family!
As the owner of a successful real estate company, Lonnie Bush “prides himself in offering an incomparable level of service to both consumers and agents. He uses his expertise in Real Estate to represent his clients in their Real Estate endeavors.” It says so right on his website. So when he realized his own master closet was not a space that conjures “pride of ownership”, he gave himself the best advice he could give a client, call CLOSET FACTORY! And never one to do something small, Lonnie decided to up the game and surprise his wife! Only the stealthiest Closet Factory designer and installers can take on a project like this.
Sharon Davis is no stranger to the exceptional designs of Closet Factory, so naturally, she sought out Lead Designer Tami’s expertise for help with building out a recently purchased condo. Completely gutted with no walls, Tami sees an opportunity to use the concept Jeff created; build the home around organizational spaces as opposed to designing needed spaces in a built home.
Greg Olson runs his own business. Greg’s wife Janet and the kids are avid crafters, so between the four of them, they generate a lot of paper! It’s taking over the house! But after 8 years, the Olson’s have settled in and there is no designated space for these two, very different functions.
We’ve all heard of the coveted man cave. Well, step over gentlemen, the “Closet Factory Woman Cave” has arrived! Jeff and the Closet Factory gang reach out to the community by participating in several designer events, such as the Annual Mid-Atlantic Home & Outdoor Living Show, and that’s where Christina Dowdy discovered them. Christina is the owner of a successful catering business, so when she has any time off she likes to spend it at her home. Having only lived there for a short while, she quickly realized that in this large home, there was no special area designated just for her. With inspiration from Closet Factory and designer, Claudia, Christina decided to turn an extra bedroom into her dressing-sitting-thinking-room, fully equipped with a beverage refrigerator.
Todd Mills is one of the most organized guys on the planet. There’s not one item in his home that does not have a designated spot, so Todd and Closet Factory are a natural fit. When he moved from his large home to a townhouse, he seized the opportunity to get even more organized! He has a Closet Factory office and even a floating wall shelf to display his father’s gorgeously detailed model ships; a Closet Factory first. So what happened to his garage? Todd needs a place for his tools, lawn equipment, his bike, a refrigerator, a work bench that doesn’t block the water meter, AND room for his car! Can designer Tamra create a space to keep up with Todd’s high standards?
Jim and Ednearl Thomassen have made an art of downsizing as they move. First move: family home of 20 plus years to a high-rise condo. Current move: high-rise condo to sightly smaller, newer condo. But condo living has not put a damper on their active lives and near constant visitor schedule so sacrificing function with space is not an option! Hmmm….maybe a bed in the office? Can Closet Factory and designer Carol help the Thomassen’s scale down without compromising all the things they love to do?
What does a client do with their Closet Factory custom-built space when it’s time to move? Take it with them of course! Rene Hamilton-Wilson and her husband love their Closet Factory Murphy bed. A perfect fit in their home. Now it’s time to move but the new bedroom wall isn’t big enough. Watch Jacinta turn a Murphy bed into 3 new spaces! And join Jeff and his team as they show their client appreciation at the Closet Factory Idea House!
Having over 20 Custom Closet Factory spaces installed in various homes over the years, The Angelopolous’ knew exactly whom to call when their love of the outdoors took over the indoors. Camping, fishing, and kayaking require a lot of gear! A featured guest on Season 1 of Operation Reorganization, Amy, and her husband now thought it was time to show the garage some love.
Drew Iverson and his wife, Natalia, are both full-time Navy AND have two beautiful children. After long deployments at sea, they are intent on enjoying life and making their home a place of refuge. Having outgrown the existing master closet they needed help to keep the peace. Another challenge – what to do with Natalia’s stunning wedding dress which she keeps as a reminder of the beginning of their wonderful journey.Working with designer Jacinta, they come up with a plan! Watch this week as Closet Factory converts a sitting room into a personal dressing room and wedding dress showcase for her, giving more room in the existing master walk-in for him. Now that’s a peace negotiation!
Having several Closet Factory custom-built spaces in her home, Kate Burns is a welcome guest on Operation Reorganization and now she’s back for more. Featured in Season 2, we saw Closet Factory owner Jeff Bruzzesi design several unique organizational spaces for her Hot Yoga Studio including a never-before-seen custom-made yoga mat drying rack. Back home, when Kate’s son left the nest for good, she had a whole room to herself! What to do, what to do….call Jeff and Closet Factory Hampton Roads, that’s what!
US Navy sailor Nathanial Payne is not only a good chef, he’s also quite the handyman. While building out the kitchen in his new home he discovered that one particular area was out of his range of capability. To the rescue, Closet Factory and designer Amanda with a custom-built solution perfect for easing the “Payne”.
Season 3 Premiere! When Tammy Shaia, owner of Be Creative Stamping, moved to her new home, she had to cut out her perfect place to run her business. Her challenge: transform the room over the garage into an area with several cubbies for papers, tools, and decorative items, as well as create an inviting space to hold her classes. Closet Factory of Hampton Roads and Senior designer Tamra show her how to “stamp out” disorganization in the Season 3 Premiere of Operation ReOrganization!
The entire Closet Factory team breathes a sigh of relief having made the Homearama opening day deadline! But how will the public respond? With over 60,000 anticipated visitors and stiff competition, will all the hard work be worth it?
When Hunter Thomas moved to her new home, she needed to convert a “FROG” or Family Room Over the Garage into a working office. With 2 years of producing Closet Factory’s television show, Operation ReOrganization, naturally she turned to them for the job!
Husband and wife, Dan and Jennifer Cole willingly spend time apart while they proudly serve our country. When back at home in the USA, running from various rooms of the house, looking for a shoe here, a scarf there, is NOT the way they want to spend their time together. Military experience has taught them that achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense is the solution! And who better to help them achieve that goal than Closet Factory! Working with designer Jacinta and many hours on Pinterest, they agree to a strategic plan! A master DRESSING ROOM! But will the odd room render this custom design, “Mission Accomplished” or “Mission Abandoned”?
When it comes to bowling, Bud Kenny has only one handicap. With nowhere to store his bowling balls, he was striking out at home! Working with Closet Factory designer Tamra, he pinned down his perfect custom shelving unit with time to spare! Throw in an organizational space for entertaining in the kitchen and we have a perfect STRIKE!
Also this week, tensions build between designers and installers, but the customers always come first. Can the Closet Factory family find a way through the trouble?
Wayne DeAtley loves his ocean facing condo but isn’t interested in the usual decorative stylings that go with beachfront property. Walk through his front door and you’ll think you stepped into a refurbished loft apartment in Chicago or Manhattan. Olympic skier, entrepreneur, and doting father, Wayne designed his home to include old factory brick and exposed duct work which calls for darker woods, frosted glass, and modern metals…not what you normally see by the sea. Is Closet Factory Designer Tamra brave enough to turn this beachfront dream into an urban reality or will we hear a big city traffic crash where the waves used to?
As Closet Factory gears up for Home-A-Rama regular business continues….that is, if you consider an 11,000 square foot home, in need of 11 custom organizational spaces. Beth Gilbert of Gilbert Interiors took on the interior design and decorating of this glorious mansion and you can bet she called Closet Factory for their expertise. While Beth was busy choosing everything from drapes to toasters, she trusted the inner spaces to the experts! Watch how Closet Factory gets creative with large spaces, including an enormous 3-section master closet and a pantry with 12 foot high ceilings! Ladder anyone?
Cooke Veterinary Medical Center’s continuing focus is patient care. So while the show complete dedication to our furry friends, the administration office leaves the human staff barking mad! When they “mooo”-ved to a new location, it was easier to pile boxes in the office and close the barn door. With un”bear”able paperwork chaos and a big window that the waiting room guests can peer into, it was time to call Closet Factory! Can designer Tamra create a space that allows for efficient workflow and privacy? Woof! Meow!
Avid golfer, Aileen Whitaker, and her husband, live in their dream home, right on the course. But three random, disorganized master closets make them feel they’ve shot into a sand trap…every day! Fore! Can Closet Factory hit a hole in one with this 3 day install?
Patti Letchworth and her husband needed their home to include a mother-in-law suite, and an insurance office open to the public. When an old library went up for sale they could see the writing on the wall! But working with a building on the National Registry of Historic Places comes with its own unique “Dewey Decimal System”…Maybe Designer Tamra and Installers Nik and Juan can get a little help from Closet Factory’s Cliffs Notes? Also, Jeff will kick off Closet Factory’s journey to Home-A-Rama 2016! Oh what a drama! Is it all just a little bit of history repeating?
Organizing and storing expensive camera gear, neatly and safely into a lop-sided room will take some gearing up. With designer Karen Flemming’s laser sharp skills, we’re hoping for a Hollywood ending! For our mid-season finale, Cox Creative Services becomes a Closet Factory client! And we get a glimpse at a very busy day in the life of Closet Factory designer Tamra Lenz! Polished, sophisticated by day, Paintball Weekend Warrior!
This week Closet Factory’s Operation ReOrganization re-visits Susan Williams and Chris Kimmons to see how life has been since they dared to let long-time friends, Jeff and Tami venture into their “closet abyss.” Our feature story tells the tale of Nicole and Eric Albrect who have a beautiful classic home in Norfolk. Built in 1912, tall ceilings, huge windows, with a beautiful view and…tiny closets with uneven floors! Closet Factory designer Tamra gives this 104-year-old closet a 21st century make over! And there might be room for the ducks…
Think five closets over the course of ten years is enough for Mike and Judy Sowden? Well think again! These repeat clients are enlisting the services of Closet Factory once more to build them a great office unit/entertainment center/liquor cabinet. That sounds like a tall order, but Juan is more than up to the task to complete it.
On this week’s show, client Suzanne Goldblatt enlists the help of Closet Factory to design a drawer bank and wardrobe in her bathroom. The kicker? Make it look like it’s been there all along! Also, we check in with the Arnesen’s from Season 1 to see how they’ve been living with their new laundry room and mud room!
It’s a FAMILY AFFAIR on this week’s episode! Watch as Claudia designs spaces to suit the needs of three generations of Damergis women, including client Hope’s 99-year-old mother! They’re even able to carve out some space for the man of the house! Honorary family member, Juan, and his sidekick Nik complete the installation without a hitch! The family affair continues in our Closet Factory Follow Up as we learn from Hope’s cousin, Stella, how she and her family have enjoyed Closet Factory spaces for years!
When Joe & Claudia Cosimano moved from a 5 bedroom home to a 1 level condo, they were willing to sacrifice their laundry room and some closet and storage spaces, but when it came to the pantry – these two chef hobbyists refused to compromise! This week, Closet Factory designer Jacinta creates a laundry room/coat closet/storage combo, a master closet for two, and a pantry big enough for BOTH cook’s ingredients! Who says theres too many cooks in the kitchen?
With their new home being renovated, Amy and Marcus Dragas knew they wanted to do something special with their closet space. Hanging? Check. Tie racks? Check. A center island to go right under their chandelier? Check! Closet Factory brings out the big guns for this one, as the triple threat of Juan, Mike, and Nik bring the Dragas’ vision to life! Also, we’re checking in with the Cable family from Season 1 in our Closet Factory Follow Up
When you’re a professional ballroom dancer, your wardrobe is a little different from the average person. Sequins, ruffles, and jewel-encrusted fabric take up a lot of dance floor! Betty Lu, owner of DanceSport VA was drowning in a roomful of tulle until she fox trotted down to Closet Factory! Before she could say, “five, six, seven, eight”, designer Tami and installers Mike and Juan cha cha cha’d their way to the Lu house with the storage solution! A special dancing with the stars episode includes an inspirational Behind Closet Doors segment with designer Jacinta!
Andrew and Christy Daly have a BIG problem! What do you do with a completely empty living room, 18ft, ceilings, and a 70-inch television? Watch as Closet Factory transforms a cold, uninviting space into a warm and cozy family room with a beautifully designed custom entertainment center.
The amazing team at Closet Factory is back for another season! Episode #1 of Season 2 opens with an oversized master closet installation with an oversized WOW factor…and a few new surprises! You’ll be surprised to find out what Juan does in his spare time when he’s not installing spectacular storage spaces in a new segment “Behind Closet Doors.”
After many Closet Factory installations, repeat clients Robin and Ken Bricker find their garage in need of a makeover…but what to do with all those personalized license plates and golf gear? And as season one draws to a close, we look back over a fine year in the ever evolving world of Closet Factory!
To help create a zen atmosphere, Kate Burns of the Hot Yoga Studio once again, calls upon the Ancient Masters of Organization…er, that would be Closet Factory, of course! Namaste!
What’s good for the Goose is good for the Gander! When Crystal Gregoire-Pryka decided to convert a spare bedroom into a Queen’s Dressing Room, her King agreed, but only if he gets one too!
Ken and Ann Arnesen can’t take it anymore! Piles of laundry everywhere! During a bathroom renovation they discover that the next door laundry and mud room do not do justice to their beautiful home! One Facebook message later and Closet Factory to the rescue! Watch how it all unfolds…
When Closet Factory client Sarah Dale decided to downsize, she didn’t want to lose her existing Closet Factory office. The solution: take the office with her But they soon discover matching existing materials to the new design may not be as easy as they thought.Watch this week as the talented folks at Closet Factory mix the old and the new to create the UPSIZED OFFICE!
When Dorothy Bangert decided it was time to move from a 6-bedroom home to a studio apartment, the challenge was set!Not wanting her bed in the living room was the biggest challenge so Closet Factory designed a custom Murphy Bed/Bookcase making the shift from comfortable living area to cozy bedroom, easy peasy! Watch as Closet Factory creates a warm, inviting, efficient space for Dorothy to call her new home!
Becoming fast and close friends after serving in the military together, Agostinho Silva and Tim Tobin’s next steps? Open a business together Their commercial space, POSTAL WORLD, is in need of an office unit, a shipping and receiving area, and cabinets! But who can address their needs? Special Delivery from Closet Factory!
U.S. Navy Pilot, Erik Gustafson & wife Christine, are no strangers to moving every 3 years, but on this Hampton Roads tour they decided to make their temporary home their dream home! To accommodate their expanding family they needed to maximize space. Who flew in? Closet Factory’s own Maverick and Iceman, Nick and Mike, to create a Murphy Bed Wall!
Holy disorganization, Batman! What does a self-proclaimed geek and superhero/action figure collector do when the house is overrun? Call the professionals at Closet Factory, of course!
This week, a KITCHEN REMODEL at the home of Mary Kathryn “Woo Woo” from 94.9 Point Radio!
Anyone who has done one, knows that a kitchen remodel can be, shall we say, “challenging”? Watch as Closet Factory Designer, Joyce and Installers, Nik and Mike cook with fire to serve up a BEAUTIFUL Closet Factory first!
In this heartwarming episode of Operation ReOrganization, Juan builds a stunning entertainment center for a repeat client, and Nik and Jonathan build a unit for a homeless shelter, discovering how it feels to give back to the community.
It’s an episode of firsts this week on Operation ReOrganization. Jonathan installs cabinets in a garage for the Edwards family, and Juan and Mike tackle a double Murphy bed solution for the Holtz’s. Also, Jacinta shares an embarrassing anecdote in this week’s Closet Factory Confidential. All of that and more on this week’s Operation ReOrganization!
Juan constructs a walk-in closet with a very special laundry shoot included, while Mike and Jonathan tackle a pantry and mud room for the Hughes family. And someone makes a very special cameo…all this and more on this week’s Operation ReOrganization!
Nik pulls double duty this week as he installs two reach-in children’s closets for the Alex family, as well as working with Juan to install an entire bedroom setup for the Fohl family. All of this and more on this week’s Operation ReOrganization!
Juan and Mike install a closet for a former radio and television personality, and Jonathan encounters a first when he installs a closet dedicated entirely to shoes! All of this and more this week on Operation ReOrganization!
The Cable house gets a brand new closet complete with a unique “flip-flop” basket, and the Host house gets one of the biggest installs yet as Jonathan and Nik transform an entire room into a luxurious master closet…all right here on Operation ReOrganization!
The Williams-Kimmons’ see their vision come to life as Jonathan, Juan, and Mike transform their spare room into a closet/guest room hybrid you have to see to believe! Also, what happens when Tamra books a consultation with a contractor? Find out on this all-new episode of Operation ReOrganization!
After years of resisting, the Williams’ finally let Jeff and Tami tackle their spare room, Tamra redesigns one of the smallest closets ever, and Jonathan works hard to correct the challenges from last week…all in this exciting new episode of Operation ReOrganization!
After a year of living with a new home but old closet habits, the Bonners call on Closet Factory design experts Jacinta and Nick to help them get organized. Also, Jonathan breaks his Closet Factory faux pas to Tamra before their long-time repeat client Jeanine returns.
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