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Garage Transformation // Modular Closets Collab

Everyone Has That One Room

Do you have a room in your house that makes you anxious? When you walk through it, you cringe and avoid looking at it for too long because you don’t want to face the years of junk that has piled up. If you’re lucky, that room is a spare bedroom that you don’t have to walk through. But in our case, it was the garage. There was stuff everywhere and nowhere to store it. We wanted to have a nice open space for the kids to reign over so, we ended up turning to the experts for help. 

We Needed Some Professional Help

Many of you may remember that when we moved into this house, we had Modular Closets install a system in our closet and we love it. You can watch that video here! But as it turns out, they install more than just closet systems. Modular Closets can help you organize spaces like your laundry room, pantry, mudroom, and, of course, your garage. The process is super simple and they have a team of experts on hand to help you every step of the way. 

Step One: Clean

But first, we had to clean out the garage. Again. Yes, we are aware that there is already a garage cleaning video on our channel, you can find it linked here if you need a refresher. However, one of the key components missing in our last cleaning was a storage solution for all of the stuff. This time, we didn’t play around. Ok, that’s a lie, we definitely played around while we cleaned, but we got the job done. We just had to ignore our driveway for a bit until we could get the closet system set up. 

This unit is magnificent! It’s exactly what we needed because we got to customize the storage system down to the centimeter. It was as easy as measuring our space, sending Modular Closets the specs, and working with one of their team members, Jay, to get the perfect design. They take into consideration what type of things we need to store in the space and provide the tools to make sure it’s functional for our specific needs. 

Step Two: McClure’s Assemble!

Once everything had arrived and was unboxed, we had our handyman, Jo, help up put it together. As much as I would like to take all of the credit for building the unit, I can’t. It’s not because the process is too difficult, because the process is very easy, but we are busy people and sometimes we need to delegate in order to keep you guys satisfied with the content. But the finished product is absolutely beautiful! We thought that it couldn’t get any better, but we were wrong. That’s when we met Christina.

Step Three: Talk to Christina

Christina Giaquinto is the brand ambassador for Modular Closets and an expert on all things organization. We had a couple of Zoom calls with her during the process so that she could help us utilize the storage system to its full potential. All of this would have been for nothing if we just chucked all of the things back into the garage without rhyme or reason. Christina helped us understand the steps we needed to take to get our garage functioning and looking better than ever. 

Coming Soon…

We will have a full garage reveal in a later video and a giveaway! Keep an eye out for that video because, trust me, you don’t want to miss this giveaway! Which space would you use a Modular Closets system in? Where is the least organized space in your house or apartment? Also, don’t forget to follow us on Instagram and join our Facebook Group for more exclusive content!

Comments

  • Lorraine
    September 25, 2020

    You all are an inspiration. You show that although you have notoriety, you allow us to see your faults and shortcomings. You don’t have your noses up in the air. That is commendable. I enjoy watching the way you interact with each of your children. And although Ava and Alexis are twins you allow them to have their individuality; and I think that is a good thing. Keep up with the fine work you’re doing with the children. I admire you both.

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