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We close out a fantastic season 4 of Closet Factory’s Operation ReOrganization with a good-humored and insightful designer interview with the “Mother of Closet Factory”, Claudia, and a flashback at some of the funniest moments of all the seasons! Enjoy some of the outtakes of this creative show.
What happens when your upstairs neighbor forgets that his bath water is running? Just ask Paul and Diane Emens. All they could do was watch in horror as their belongings were drenched while water leaked uncontrollably from the ceiling. After all the clean up, drywall replacement and fresh paint, the nightmare changed to dream-come-true as CLOSET FACTORY came, yet again, to the rescue! Also, Designer Karen Flemming’s, unique spin on design. These exciting Closet Factory stories on this episode of Operation Reorganization.
Pat Hillard and his wife have downsized to a lovely condo in the heart of town. A perfect new home with just enough room. Except that is, for the new 70″ TV that will soon dominate the entire living room, dining room and even the kitchen! No problem. Pat will just order an entertainment center from an online store. Now “no problem” is “big problem”. Pat quickly realizes that DIY is not as simple as it seems. Adding to the challenge; a beautiful slab of granite they want incorporated and the mix of different woods already being used in the condo. Time to call a professional. Enter Closet Factory and designer Tamra. Can they create a modern, stylish, custom-made entertainment center that will pull all the elements together and put the focus back on the beauty of the entire home?
On this episode of Operation ReOrganization – Matt and Allison Tenfelde have a problem. Plenty of space, but no organization. Affectionately called the “wreck room” by Allison, the room above the garage is a mish-mash of furniture, cables, boxes, and their son’s gaming equipment. With a foreign exchange student arriving in a few weeks, the Tenfeldes decided it was time to call Closet Factory. Designer Denise came to the rescue and turned a spread out mess into a cozy, hidden laundry area for good measure. The visiting exchange student may not want to go back!
Odd spaces. For most, a design nightmare. This episode 415 of Operation ReOrganization features Closet Factory taking on the challenge. A special display for bowling balls, two spaces for an avid golfer, and a mobile boutique are showcased as we see Closet Factory designers make high art of organizing unique spaces!
On this episode 413 of Operation ReOrganization – Step aside ladies, this one’s for the gents. Everyone knows Closet Factory creates closets for queens but they also create spaces just for men. Bars, man caves, and the grand poobah of men’s spaces, The Garage! This episode of Operation ReOrganization revisits some of the home runs of season’s past.
On this episode of Operation ReOrganization – Being the CEO of her own healthcare provider business with 2 offices on each coast, Lisa Pitts works hard and tirelessly to give the best service to her clients. And she holds that standard for herself, too. She expects the best and demands the best. So naturally she called Closet Factory to create a closet fit for a queen. Designer Tamra pulls out all the stops with this design and with the skilled craftsmanship of Nik, they are sure to deliver royal accommodations.
On Operation ReOrganization, Episode 412 – When Boyd and Wanda Renner moved into their starter house, they had no idea it would be their home for 25 years. But when a property in Wanda’s favorite neighborhood became available, they knew it was the right time to move. In their “forever home” with their beloved tutu wearing, bearded dragon named Greta, they realized that some of the spaces would require a few modifications. Consummate do-it-yourselfers and always careful with every penny, they thought Closet Factory would be out of their reach. That is until designer Denise shows them how to create a perfect laundry room and convert an upstairs bedroom into an office for two…and sometimes three depending on Greta The Prickly Princess’ schedule. This great story and Pro-Tips with the Closet Factory Installers on this episode of Operation Reorganization.
Episode 411 of Operation ReOrganization takes a look at how Closet Factory fills the needs of a wide variety of commercial spaces. Whether for receiving and shipping, storage of equipment or people’s workspaces, as always, Closet Factory is thinking outside the box! It’s not just for closets anymore.
On episode 410 of Operation ReOrganization, Catch up on Jeff and the Closet Factory gang with highlights from the first half of Season 4, in this mid-season finale of Operation Reorganization!
Bobby and Veronica Anderson are VERY busy people. Having recently purchased a new home, they are both are active duty Navy helicopter pilots, have a one-year-old son AND a new puppy! To make life smoother they stay organized and that begins at home. Starting with a master closet and a Jack and Jill closet that will serve as a closet for the guest room AND as Baby Robert’s closet. Watch how clever Closet Factory designer Tamra creates a closet that can be reconfigured as time goes on and the Anderson’s needs grow and change! Also, we get to know the talented Jacinta Walker in our Closet Factory Designer Showcase.
After purchasing a weekend getaway home, guests eagerly accepted invitations to the Schwartz’s lovely high-rise condo at the beach. Fresh, crisp home decor, breathtaking views from every window and a stone’s throw from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. But Janie and her husband still got guest “complaints”. The source; an extremely uncomfortable sleep sofa. Inspired by a friend’s Murphy Bed, Janie decided that was the solution. But who could she call? Closet Factory has the best reputation in the country for quality, creative storage solutions but can they help with this too? You bet they can! Also, Nick Cuneo takes us on a tour of a day in the life of a Closet Factory shop production manager. Keeping the lathes turning at the Closet Factory Warehouse.
When a savvy developer spotted the empty Bank of America building in historic downtown Norfolk, Virginia, his imagination was sparked. Built in 1967 at the height of the city’s flourishing banking industry, he decided it would be the perfect building for high-end luxury apartments. Protected under a historic preservation clause, the construction came with a fair share of challenges. When it came to storage solutions, they needed creativity and respect for the past but with an eye to the contemporary, and of course, all executed to perfection. Appropriately named Icon Norfolk, they decided to call on the icon in the organizational space industry, Closet Factory. Join us for an intimate tour of this extraordinary, historic, 24 story building featuring flawless design, iconic architecture and an astonishingly long list of opulent amenities that could only include designs from Jeff Bruzzesi’s team at Closet Factory. Luxury; plain and simple.
Fine wine and top-shelf bourbon lovers, Dan and Mary Neal really needed a place to showcase their collection. The existing bar back was in desperate need of an upgrade. Not only did it have to be functional, it had to match a beautiful wood and granite-top bar purchased earlier.How were they to know that help was just around the corner? Literally. Closet Factory designer Denise House also happens to be the Neal’s neighbour. So she popped in and a couple of glasses of wine later, they had a plan. And also, since we’re so close, we’re invited to Denise’s home to learn how difficult designing for yourself can be.
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.