Service Detail

"Nancy Angelini is a magician…and is passionate about problem solving.  She has a gift for streamlining and beautifying.  She is extremely hard-working and is a visionary when it comes to bringing client needs and their space to its most beneficial purpose.”  –Laura Z.

The Decluttering & Organization Process

Step 1 - 15 minute complimentary discovery call 

We’ll get to know one another a little bit. We’ll ask questions. You can share space needs.

Step 2 - 1-hour (approx) in-person visit

We meet to discuss your needs and goals in more detail. This enables me to create a more concrete transformation plan for your unique situation. This visit ensures we begin with a mutual understanding of the scope, issues, goals, and plan.

Most importantly, it also allows us to determine whether we’re a good fit for your project.  ​​Successful ideas and plans are co-created with mutual input. You’re inviting me into your space and it’s important that you feel comfortable with me. This is a great way to assess that.

There is a fee for the in-person consultation, which is credited towards your first session when your organizing project proceeds. There is no obligation to hire Angelini Design following this step. Basically, if we work together, it’s a free consultation!

Step 3 - Schedule and Begin!

If you decide we’re a great fit then we make it official with a deposit and book our start!   A session typically runs between 4-6 hours.  Sessions can be arranged according to your schedule and needs— once a week or a number of consecutive days until the job is complete.

It’s important that you’re present and involved in the process.  The length of a project depends on your space and the speed of your decision-making. Usually after a bit of initial coaching and support, clients are delighted at how quickly things can get accomplished!

At times clients have commitments causing them to be in a different room or area for some portion of the process. However, clients must be involved for the start of the project in order to establish parameters.  I can sort and edit items independently, for example, but a client must be onsite and reachable if needed.

Step 4 - Celebrate!

You will have accomplished something big and it will be a game-changer!


1) Womens stress levels are directly proportional to the amount of stuff in their homes.

2) Approximately 80% of most medical spending is stress-related compared to other issues.

3) Approximately 57% of women have said that they have issues organizing their closets. This has added to their overall stress levels when trying to find things they need from their closets in a hurry.

4) 54% of Americans are overwhelmed by the amount of clutter they have, but 78% have no idea what to do with it.

5) 12% of Americans have admitted that whenever they have guests, they worry about how cluttered their homes look and that can be a huge issue when wanting to socialize at home.

6) The market size of the home organizing industry has reached approximately $11.4 billion, and it is expected to grow 

7) Americans collectively spend $2.7 billion dollars every year (2/3rds of us spending up to $50 yearly) replacing the items they can’t find.

8) Americans use an average total of 2.5 days a year looking for misplaced stuff. An additional 4.5 hours a week is spent looking for digital documents.

9) 23% of adults admit to paying their bills late, primarily because they tend to misplace them. 

10) 80% of the items people keep are never used.

11) the average person spends a staggering one year of life or 8,760 hours searching for misplaced items. 

12) 25% of individuals with two-car garages are unable to park their vehicles inside due to excessive clutter and belongings.

13) 11% of American households (approximately 14.6 million) rent a storage unit at an average cost of $100/month or $1,200/year to store stuff they probably don’t need or even remember they have.

14) 80-90% of clothing donations to charities are sold to recyclers. From there, 45% is exported for reuse and about 50% is recycled.

15) Data from a nationwide poll on why people are experiencing difficulties organizing their homes, the top 3 answers were: 33% said a lack of space, 27% said finding the time, 25% said too much stuff.