A Few Random Facts:
I chose the name “Design to Order” because…
Design to Order is a play on words… I design a shelving system with the containers required to keep your space orderly. I design your kitchen to keep order based on how you function, carefully placing all kitchen utensils so you can find and access them easily. I design a space, placing things in an order that is practical/ logical for you to find and put items back in their designated homes….
My Favorite project ever was…
I organized a small “reach in” closet, about 42 inches wide, to fit: 50 pairs of shoes, all the short and long hanging items, belts, purses and misc. things. I did it all without getting rid of anything!
If I were a superhero I’d be…
Tarzan, he wasn’t a superhero, but he was my idol. The way he flew from tree to tree so freely inspired me!
My most challenging scenario (item vs. space) was…
I once hung a mattress and box-spring from a garage ceiling. The challenging part was getting it up to the ceiling evenly, without it falling on our heads.
My organizational philosophy is…
Create something that works for everyone involved.
Bonnie Condel , Designer/Organizer
Interior Design Consultant since 1988.
Designing and organizing around the needs and strictures of the handicapped
Creating kitchen plans, including: elevations, perspectives, electrical and plumbing schematics
Working with builders so the kitchen in your new house fits you perfectly
Speaking and making presentations
Packing so there is no question about what each box contains as well as unpacking everything, putting it where it belongs and leaving no unpacked boxes in the attic or garage
Staging a house with just enough furniture and decorations to leave it looking spacious and beautiful
1988-1990: Designer – J&J Custom Kitchens in Greensboro, North Carolina
1995: Parade of Homes – Kitchen Design
1995-2000: Container Store, organizing & sales
9 years: Teaching
B.S. Interior Design, Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, TX
Wood Mode Kitchen Design School
their site www.wood-mode.com
Decora Design Guidelines Training Course
their site www.decoracabinets.com
Home Economics & Special Education Certified
NAPO – National Association of Professional Organizers
NKBA – National Kitchen & Bath Association
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