Operation ReOrganization Season 7 Season Premier #701 Welcome to Season 7 of Operation ReOrganization! Our Designers take a moment to talk about how they discovered Closet Factory. We have new Designers joining up with our familiar faces and they’ve got great stories about what makes them passionate about making people’s lives more organized, easier, and prettier. Episode #702 St. Jude has been Closet Factory’s charity of choice for many years. It’s so rewarding to use our skills to contribute to an organization that makes such a difference in children’s lives. Installer Doug has a personal connection to St. Jude, and he shares a heartfelt story. This year’s townhome (a first in Coastal Virginia!) showcases closets that really shine. There’s a Step-in closet on the 2nd floor that makes maximum use of space. The Walk-in closet, amazing bathroom, and 4th floor balcony view from the Main Bedroom make it truly an oasis. And wait till you see the surprising place where they put a built-in coffee maker! Episode #703 This episode of Operation Reorganization is an excellent example of how Closet Factory works precisely in a challenging space. Alayna & Zac Hermans have a classic 1965 ranch with an addition. The closets are small, the addition is significant, and the dimensions for everything are unique. Our designer, Carol, has helped them to use every last inch. The closet is fantastic and the desk fits two people doing two different jobs with separate storage for each – and with elbow room all the way around. Episode #704 Operation Reorganization has an episode for the fellas as we take you to Oceanview in Norfolk and then up the Eastern Shore to another waterfront location to see how Closet Factory was able to help out some guys in need of a fix to their home office and man-cave. We help our Norfolk couple conserve space and turn their second home office into a guest bedroom by installing a functional Murphy Bed into a wall setup that also allows for their personal organization. Then we help our Eastern Shore bachelor transform his bedroom closets into more usable space and his hall closet into a wine cellar for his extensive wine collection. Check out another way Closet Factory can take your space and transform it into a perfect area for entertaining guests. Episode #705 In this special fashionista episode of Operation Reorganization, we visit the North End of the Virginia Beach oceanfront, an eclectic community of original beach cottages and newer editions. Shannon, a fashionista with an eye for design, has dreamed of having a little beach cottage. Finally snagging one, her challenge has been turning this tiny cottage into the vision she has dreamed of through renovations and additions that include the crown jewel of the house…her walk-in closet. You’ll wanna see why you can never judge a book by its cover, as Shannon teams up with Closet Factory to build her unique walk-in closet space from scratch to custom fit her needs and put the icing on the cake of this fantastic property. Episode #706 In this episode of “Operation Reorganization”, we revisit some homes that are no stranger to Closet Factory designs. These repeat clients have come back for new installs that include some fantastic closet spaces in a 3-level Sandbridge Beach House and a floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall Dry Bar, perfect for entertaining guests. This episode is chock-full of ideas to help you maximize your home and find new uses for some of those small closets and tight spaces. And it just goes to show that if you trust Closet Factory with your projects, you’ll come back time and time again. Episode #707 In this episode of Closet Factory’s “Operation Reorganization,” we visit a pair of co-workers in Chesapeake, VA who found themselves working from home due to the pandemic and were in desperate need of home office space. See how Closet Factory was able to convert an unused front room into a beautiful double office space and an outdated playroom into a gorgeous study with an added closet library. As working remotely becomes more and more of a necessity, the need for home offices is becoming a new trend for homes everywhere, and Closet Factory can help you turn your room into the perfect, functional office and a great addition to your family’s home. Episode #708 In this episode of Closet Factory’s “Operation Reorganization,” we visit two brand new homes that were lacking some finishing touches when it came to empty spaces that could be utilized to help the homeowners organize and display some of their family treasures. First, we visit Chesapeake to help a couple divide their master walk-in closet and take it from an empty box to a gorgeous space to suit their needs. Then we’ll head to Virginia Beach to help a military family turn blank walls in their living room and dining room into a library and cabinet to house their items while displaying their favorite memories. This episode just goes to show that you can have a home custom-built, but it’s after you’ve moved in that you realize how important the little things can be when organizing all of your belongings and displaying the things that are important to you. Episode #709 We like to call this episode “Designer’s Choice” as our design team has selected a couple of their favorite new projects to show off, that also happen to be in some pretty unique homes. First, we’ll be heading down to Moyock, North Carolina with Jeff to check out his and her walk-in closet, one of the largest closets he has ever designed. Then we’ll head over to Virginia Beach to a “hidden gem of a home” where we’ll find Leigh, who’s ready to show off one of her favorite new home office spaces. We hope you enjoy seeing some of our favorite new designs and maybe even got a few ideas for what you could do in your own home. Episode #710 Tis the Season to get organized! In this edition of Closet Factory’s “Operation Reorganization,” we get in the holiday spirit to bring you some clients that also went “all-out” for the holiday season. First, we visit Smithfield and the Famania household, where the 24-foot Christmas tree in the foyer doesn’t even compare to the size of their shoe collection. Our designer Tamra reorganizes their closet to house the more than 1200 pairs of shoes they have between them. Then we head to Chesapeake, where designer Jacinta designed a closet that is sure to be “Insta-Famous!” We hope this episode fills you with holiday cheer and maybe even gives you some ideas to ask Santa for next year!