On Air Host Reel for Organizing, Home Improvement, and Interior Design | Sarah Karakaian


Hi in this episode we’re going to show you
how to swap out a faucet first things first you gotta clean up the sink area and do the
dishes Nick In this video we’re going to show you how to replace a cracked tile in your
shower Hi Long Island IKEA Happy Kitchen Week These guys can go right onto the shelf so
now you have the shelf and now you have space below the shelf I’m sorry that’s like instant
real estate This is the last prize that I’m going to give away for answering the correct
question Where on earth can you go for the best organizing products for your kitchen? Oh winner I saw your hand first Yeah you got
it Sarah here your small space specialist IKEAs wine rack isn’t only for life’s most
precious of liquids but also think of it as creative wall storage for towels magazines
or kid’s shoes Flort is an amazing set of pockets perfect for your remote control or
knitting projects but take it to your car and put it under the car seat stash crayons,
snacks, and other little guy goodies. I love wall organizers It’s a great way to
maximize height easily access your utensils spices and oils or take it your classroom
and organize your arts and crafts These guys not just for shoes anymore store your cleaning
products organize your kid’s room or take it outside and start an herb garden So we
have four days for the master bedroom challenge I feel like I don’t have time to get organized
but I know that if I get organized I will save on time. The best part about the master bedroom is
the Gulf she’s gorgeous This is why you’re here I want to bring in a very classic element
to the space and add some beautiful crown molding I’m just curious how in the heck did
you pull all this off Yay What was your budget going into this? We had $1,796 going into this What did you
guys spend? $835 What? You did all this in two days They’re crying
I have goosebumps I’m super excited about this office den space because as a New Yorker
as a Professional Organizer I’m always looking for creative ways to make small spaces multifunctional
Especially on a tight budget We’re not only going to have a sleeping space over here We’re
going to have an area for entertainment and this is where you’re going to work. We’re going to use a sleeper sofa for guests
and keeping one closet for storage and knocking out the other one to add a desk. Welcome our multifunctional space has three
different functions. This pulls out into a bed so it could sleep
two people We also have the desk area over here and then, of course, we have a little
entertainment space to watch TV You guys knocked it out of the park. Hi I’m Sarah Roussos-Karakaian you small space
specialist proving to you that home really is what you make it. Today we’re in Manhattan’s Washington Heights
one stop away from the George Washington bridge a neighborhood that is growing fast because
of the affordable housing. Today we have Chris and Kathryn who took on
a one bedroom renovation to create two bedrooms to accommodate their growing family. So some of the things that stood out to me
that helps small spaces which you already know are the light colored cabinets the tall
ceilings which you’ve maximized it’s open concept but you still get the feeling this
is my kitchen and this is the dining room and there’s the living room but we’re all
still having one big conversation Wow Nicki and Jeff’s apartment is gorgeous and they’ve
really thought of everything They had two big challenges with the master bedroom and
the guest bedroom but they met those challenges head on with custom furniture a light and
airy paint scheme and an innovative design plan They we’re afraid to take their small
spaces and dream big. A
now with a sneak peek into the latest episode of Stand Out: Growing Your Organizing and
Productivity Business with your host Sarah Karakaian Hello welcome to Stand Out the podcast
all about growing your organizing and productivity business Well that wraps up this episode of
the Stand Out podcast my name is Sarah Karakaian and I’ll talk to you next time

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