Meet Marie

Originally from Weston, CT, Marie currently resides in the suburbs of Fairfield County with her amazingly supportive husband (who she randomly met on an airplane!) and their sweet, adorable chocolate lab Maisy. Marie’s passion for organizing first stemmed from the joy she got out of organizing her own home.

“I’m not going to lie, I wasn’t the most organized growing up (sorry mom!) but when you have your own home, you want to feel proud of the space you’re in. Starting with just a drawer can make a huge difference! As you keep tackling those bigger projects, the instant gratification of seeing your space come to life can’t be beat! For the longest time organizing was thought of as a chore, but there is so much beauty in it. I truly love the design aspect; when your space is beautiful and functional, you love being in it. It brings you calm rather than stress and frustration. That’s what I aim to deliver to my clients.”


Marie started her career in Communications and Marketing before pursuing a M.A. Degree in School Counseling. Combined with a background in teaching preschool and nannying, Marie is no stranger to working with kids and families. The organizing systems she puts in place are always in line with the needs of the client and their family.

Her counseling background allows her to empathize with and relate to her clients — there is always a judgement free zone when working with Marie and her team. The organizing process can be stressful and daunting, but Marie is able to help her clients navigate those emotions.

During each stage of her career, Marie’s ultimate goal was and is to help people. The instant gratification of seeing the happiness on her clients’ faces makes it all worth it. Life is messy, life is hard, life is chaotic, but Marie’s goal with her clients is to help them reclaim their space, reclaim their calm, reclaim their sanity and see the beauty behind the mess.

it’s about more than just organizing

“My absolute favorite part, aside from transforming a client’s space, is building those lasting relationships. Those interpersonal connections are more important than anything else. If I can just make a small difference in the lives of my clients then that’s all I care about!”



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