Kay Julian (Welcome Space)
|Last online||4th Feb 2010|
|Member since||13th Feb 2009|
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|Lifestyle management and concierge services|
De-Cluttering and Organising. Bringing order out of chaos.
- You have a calm, ordered home where you feel relaxed, in control and at ease.
- Your home office is arranged to work perfectly for you so that you are easily productive and efficient.
- Cooking in your spacious kitchen is a delight.
- Your treasured possessions have the space to be enjoyed.
- You are looking forward to moving house, taking only those things you want and love.
If this isn't quite the truth yet, help is at hand. . . . .
Working alongside my client, I help them to de-clutter and re-organise to achieve the welcome space that they want. This might include sorting the wardrobe so that clothes you feel great in are easy to find (even first thing in the morning before a 4 Networking meeting). De-cluttering the whole house can find the welcome space you thought you'd have to move house for - and costs a lot less than moving! And having a filing system that works for you rather than seemingly against you saves time (which is money!) frustration and possibly your efficient reputation.
So, if you know someone who is looking for some welcome space, give me a call, I can help.
I just love helping people get sorted, whether that's in their homes, clearing cupboards to find some welcome space (pun intended) they never knew they had, or tackling the spare bedroom and creating a home office that will work for them instead of against them. I love a challenge and more than that I love the smile on a client's face when I've helped them achieve something that they didn't think was possible!
I was an hotelier for 20+ years working, both here and in South Africa, with diverse people creating attractive, calm and ordered places that enable the hotel staff to work effectively and where people feel welcomed and cared for. I have a deep respect for people and a knack of bringing order out chaos. This, combined with a love of challenge and variety, makes me an unusual character in the perfect occupation!
Although I live with my husband Paul in the Forest of Dean where you'll find me out walking (and occasionally running) in the forest as much as I can, I currently have clients as far field as Newcastle (upon Tyne) and Chiswick (yes, that's London), so when not in the Forest, you'll probably find me on a motorway!