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MISSION + PHILOSOPHY

My mission is to help you re-think, re-organize and re-design your living spaces with a focus on elevating both functionality + style. Your home is a force that shapes your daily life, and it should be a reflection of your interests, values and personal style.

I believe in respecting the limits of each physical space, making conscious decisions about what to fill it with, and reducing waste and frivolous spending. Creating a clean, uncluttered environment will not only lead to greater productivity, efficiency and peace of mind, but will decrease your impact on the environment. It’s a win-win.

Nervous to begin? Don’t worry. I’ll be by your side for the journey as your coach, project manager, and biggest cheerleader. Conquering the clutter + creating a space you love will restore your energy, reduce your stress and clear space for what you truly care about. You deserve to feel happier at home. Let’s dive in!

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ABOUT SHIRA

Shira has worked as an actor, a talent manager, a wedding planner and an event producer. Her tendency towards minimalism has served her well as she has moved more than 25 times, living in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, and abroad. Shira is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives with her husband and two daughters. Her work and home have been featured on Apartment Therapy, Design Mom, Best of Houzz, The Minimalista and Oakland Magazine

Shira loves helping clients create a "well edited life" filled with fewer, better things, and since founding her business, she has transformed hundreds of homes.  She is a contributor to Mamapedia, Simply Spaced, and The Next Family, and has led workshops and seminars on organization + simple living throughout California.

Shira received her coaching certification from The Life Coach School, and uses her coaching training to help her clients get to the root causes of their challenges, clear clutter from their lives, and create permanent change. To get started on a project, or just say hello, email Shira anytime.